DRIVING DIRECTIONS

 

From the North (Boston and Worcester, MA)
From Boston, take the Mass Pike (I-90) to exit 10 to I-290 west/395 south and get off at exit 47 (formerly exit 97). Turn right off the exit ramp onto US 44 west.  Follow route 44 for about 1.5 miles and bear right at the light at the railroad trestle. The playhouse is one block ahead on the right.

From Worcester, take I-290 west to I-395 south. Stay on I-395 south into Connecticut and get off at exit 47 (formerly exit 97). Turn right off the exit ramp onto US 44 west.  Follow route 44 for about 1.5 miles and bear right at the light at the railroad trestle. The playhouse is one block ahead on the right.

 

From the South (New London, CT)
Follow I-395 north and take exit 45 (formerly exit 95). Turn right onto Kennedy Drive and go about one mile to the stoplight. Turn right onto route 44.  The playhouse is just over the crest of the hill on the left before the Cargill Chevrolet parking lot and the railroad trestle.

 

From the East (Providence, RI, Route 295 North)
If you take routes 14, 101, or US 6 west, get on I-395 north at the interstate junction. Follow I-395 north and take exit 45 (formerly exit 95). Turn right onto Kennedy Drive and go about one mile to the stoplight. Turn right onto route 44. The playhouse is just over the crest of the hill on the left before the Cargill Chevrolet parking lot and the railroad trestle.

If you take route 44 west in Greeneville, continue to Putnam and bear right under the railroad trestle on route 44 in Putnam. The playhouse is one block ahead on the right.

 

From the West (Hartford, CT)
Follow I-84 east to exit 69. Turn right onto route 74 east. Turn left on US 44 east in Ashford. Follow US 44 east through Pomfret, CT into Putnam. Just past Day Kimball hospital (on the right) and the WINY radio station (on the left), cross over the Quinebaug River and come to the stoplight. Go straight through the light. The playhouse is just over the crest of the hill on the left before the Cargill Chevrolet parking lot and the railroad trestle.

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