Road Less Traveled Productions continues to offer new patron amenities in its newly built theater space at 456 Main Street in downtown, Buffalo. The company is excited to offer patrons a full liquor bar as well as new parking options.
RLTP has partnered with the Hilton Garden Inn Downtown to offer its patrons parking, dining, and overnight accommodation options. For guests planning to make a trip to the Road Less Traveled Theater, the following amenities are available at the Hilton Garden Inn Downtown:
- Valet Parking: Patrons with RLTP theater tickets may take advantage of the Hilton Garden Inn’s valet parking (a charge will apply). Road Less Traveled is the only theater in town to offer valet parking!
- Dining Discounts: Patrons who wish to dine at the Hilton Garden Inn Grille & Bar prior to an RLTP performance will receive a 20% dining discount (excluding alcohol) by showing proof of ticket purchase.
- Entertainment Package: Hilton Garden Inn Downtown is pleased to offer guests overnight entertainment packages which include accommodations plus complimentary valet parking, dinner for 2 at the Garden Inn Grille & Bar, in-room champagne, and signature wine glasses (with proof of RLTP ticket purchase).
Road Less Traveled Productions’ new home continues to offer a variety of patron amenities which include; a 98-seat theater space (with comfortable stadium seating and plenty of leg room!), brand-new public bathrooms, lobby bar and box office, all which are all located on the ground-level first floor on Main Street. Plenty of parking is available including lot, ramp and street parking. The Lafayette streetcar stop is also located in front of the theater entrance. The neighborhood also includes a variety of restaurants, bars and coffee shops, all within walking distance.
The remainder of the 2018-2019 season includes:
THE UNDENIABLE SOUND OF RIGHT NOW by Laura Eason
April 26 – May 19
Since 1967, Hank’s bar has been home to the biggest up-and-coming bands from The Clash to Nirvana in one of the roughest neighborhoods in Chicago. It’s 1992, and gentrification has hit Hank with higher-rents and new fads in fashion and music. If Hank's to save his bar, he may have to let his daughter turn it in to a Rave nightclub where music is spun by DJs instead of being played by musicians. Hank would rather die, but is he willing to let his life’s work die, too?
The Road Less Traveled Theater opens 30 minutes prior to performances. Tickets can be purchase by phone at (716) 629-3069 or online at www.roadlesstraveledproductions.org
RLTP has also announced its 2019/20 season! Please go to www.roadlesstraveledproductions.org for show and season information.