The Tempest, on tonight and Sunday, tells the tale of Prospero's mystical command of nature, Ariel's magic spells and flying fairies. The actors are equipped with cables for the high-flying dramatic scenes. Read a review.
For performances, guests can bring blankets for near the stage lawn seating, low-to-the-ground lawn chairs or take advantage of the Water Works bleachers. Pre-show picnicking is allowed in the park. Free parking is within walking distance of the stage.
Tickets are $20 for The Tempest and can be pre-purchased by calling the Water Works Theatre Company at 248-399-3727 or online at www.waterworkstheatre.com.