Read The New York Times RAVE review — HERE
A Bold and timely adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard. In Virginia 1870, an enterprising freedman changes the game. BNW’s acclaimed production returns to Governor’s Island Commanding Officers House for 10 performances.
Venue : Commanding Officers House in Nolan Park section of Governors Island.
Thursday, August 31 1:30 pm ( Preview )
Friday, September 1 1:30 pm ( Opening )
Saturday, September 2 1:30 pm
Sunday, September 3 1:30 pm
Saturday, September 9 1:30 pm
Sunday, September 10 1:30 pm Friday, September 15 1:30 pm Sunday, September 17 1:30 pm Saturday, September 23 1:30 pm Sunday, September 24 1:30 pm
*Governors Island Map : https://govisland.com/map
*Map with walking directions to venue from both ferries.
Driving? Get directions to 10 South Street. Governors Island Ferry. Its to the LEFT of the Staten Island Ferry.
To Manhattan Ferry — R train to Whitehall, #1 to South Ferry. Its a 7 minute Ferry, but they only leave on the hour on weekdays.
To Brooklyn Ferry ( weekends ONLY) — At the foot of Atlantic Av
* Once off the Manhattan Ferry–Go LEFT – follow the path diagonally across lawn to The Commanding Officers House. 2 Cannons in front.
*Once off the Brooklyn Ferry–Go RIGHT – follow path along water to BACK to The Commanding Officers House.
* Governors Island Ferry Info : govisland.com/info/ferry
*Especially those of you who have never been to Governor’s Island – check out the home page video at govisland.com
GUARANTEED RESERVED SEATING (30%) IS SOLD OUT. FREE SEATS ARE AVAILABLE ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS WHICH MEANS WE ADVISE PEOPLE TO TAKE AN EARLY FERRY AND PUT YOUR NAME ON OUR LIST. THANK YOU! Weekend Ferries are free before 11:30am.
Premium seating available for members with a $100 donation. DONATE NOW *If you are already a member with us we will be in contact with you directly and help you find a day that works best for you.
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The New York Times Review — Fringe Festival?Not This Summer. Fringe Spirit? Definitely
“The Plantation is a savvy, relevant and deeply satisfying adaptation of a Chekhov masterpiece. Its as funny as it i s devastating and I can’t wait to see it again.” – David Lindsay-Abaire
*All performances of The Plantation will be free to the general public. Become a Supporting Member of Brave New World Repertory theater for reserved premium seating, please see donation link below.