Come meet the spirits nightly at The Barnacle, Oct. 25-28, as we welcome those from a bygone era who haunt the lands of The Grove. Watch as they dance their stories beneath the moonlit sky and try to escape their tragic endings, night after magical night. Creator and founder Crystal Karaginis Peattie has produced this show for everyone to enjoy in the backyard of this historic Coconut Grove estate that Commodore Munroe built here almost 130 years ago.
Presented in an open walk-thru concept, various dances choreographed by a group of Miami’s most talented artists will be performed throughout the five-acre property. The dancers will be fictional characters based on the history of Coconut Grove, specifically from the late 1800s and early 1900s. Guests are encouraged to park nearby and meet at the front gate. Performances begin at 8 and 9:30 p.m. on October 25, 26, and 27; and at 8 p.m. on Sunday, October 28.
Tickets ranging from $20-$30 are available immediately prior to each night’s performance at the main gate of The Barnacle Historic State Park; or online. There is no minimum age requirement for this event. While children are welcome, this is not intended to be a children’s event and is performed outdoors at night. It is up to the guardian’s discretion whether this show is appropriate for their child.