Shakespeare in the Mine Shaft

Join the International Shakespeare Center in the funky fabulous reborn mining town of Madrid, New Mexico, for a dinner-theater treat, Friday, July 22, 2016.

The evening begins with a gourmet meal in one of the last great roadhouses, the Mine Shaft Tavern, serving mesquite-smoked prime rib and lobster tail (salmon option available). After dinner, take a few moments to wander through the Madrid Old Coal Town Museum. At last, thrill to excellent scenes from Shakespeare performed in the historic Engine House Theater by members of the award-winning Ducdame Ensemble from New York City.

Of course this is a fundraising event to help launch our first repertory season in Santa Fe 2016!

Tickets are $100 per person; $70 is fully tax deductible (the ISC is a federally recognized 501c3.)

Price includes meal (tax and tip included, but not drinks), museum entrance fee, and performance.

Buy tickets here: ShakespeareInTheMineShaft.BrownPaperTickets.com 

Limited seating—buy tickets early for this delightfully unique and very cool event!

If I like thee no worse after dinner, I will not part from thee yet. Dinner, ho, dinner!
— Lear in King Lear