TICKETS

Main Stage Musical

Godspell Jr.

July 15, 18, 22, and 25, 2021.

All shows start at 7 p.m. Gate opens at 6:30 p.m.

The Mount Outdoor Theatre at The Forge: Lemont Quarries

$15 General Admission/Lawn Seating. Bring chairs/blanket.

Godspell Jr. is a timeless depiction of friendship, loyalty, love, and the importance of building community. Set in current times in an urban setting, Jesus and John The Baptist bring together 23 strangers through song, dance, and parables that invite introspection and a profound look at life. This powerful production culminates in a call to action to change the world for the better.

 

The online box office will open June 19. Online ticket sales will close two hours before each production. We strongly recommend that you purchase tickets online prior to the show and bring them with you. There may be limited seating available for purchase at the entrance gate. Onsite ticket sales will be cash only.  

Other important info:

  • We recommend arriving at least 45 minutes before show time. Parking is limited and it is a lengthy walk from the park entrance on an unpaved path.

  • We will have a special entrance for those with limited mobility. See an LMCT volunteer usher for assistance.

  • No coolers, outside food or beverages allowed. Concessions will be sold at the restaurant onsite. Credit only.

  • No smoking or vaping is allowed.

  • The Forge is a rain-or-shine venue. Small, handheld umbrellas permitted.

  • The Forge: Lemont Quarries and LMCT implement all Illinois Covid-19 guidelines for outdoor recreation parks and amphitheaters.

  • Have additional questions. Call the box office at 630-296-7260.

Additional Directions:

Multiple parking lots are available. The entrance closest to the gate for the production is near Lot #2. Once in the park, follow signage to the show entrance gate.

"The true purpose of arts education is not necessarily to create more professional dancers or artists. It's to create more complete human beings who are critical thinkers, who have curious minds, who can lead productive lives."

Kelly Pollock