I really love the book and was looking forward to the play. The first thing they did when we arrived was take our picture (which we later bought), and then they take you down to the outdoor theatre by way of open trams. The show went from 8.30pm until 10.15pm. There was an intermission at 9pm where we were invited to partake in a hoe down. I have no quibble with the show itself, it was very enjoyable. The weather, unfortunately, was VERY COLD and this put a bit of a downer on things. It was quite hard to concentrate on the show at times because of the cold and wind. I believe they were close to cancelling the show, but didn't. There were only about 20-25 people there. They did have blankets they were handing out, but were charging for them. I personally thought this was a little bit mean. They were charging $2 for each blanket hired and the blankets weren't that big. I just thought they could have handed them out for free, like I say there weren't many of us there. The theatre is of course out in the open, down in the hollow of trees. If you go on a cold night, just make sure you wrap up warm. We enjoyed it, but once was probably enough.