Part of the Inaugural Season
The schoolteacher, the parking lot attendant, the waitress, the millworker, the mason, the trucker, the fireman, and the housewife are among the many characters who offer a unique look at the American landscape as told by the men and woman who punch a time clock every day. Based on Studs Terkel's best-selling book of interviews with American workers, and featuring the music of James Taylor, the play will surprise and inspire with a vivid portrait of the hopes, dreams, joys and concerns of "common" men and women who work to earn a living.
Produced by special arrangement with Music Theatre International.
Most enjoyable for mature audiences; adult situations and themes; parental guidance recommended for children under 13.
A musical from the book by: Studs Terkel
Adapted by: Stephen Schwartz & Nina Faso
Songs by: Craig Carnelia, Micki Grant,
Mary Rodgers and Susan Birkenhead,
Stephen Schwartz, James Taylor
Nov. 10 and 17 at 7 p.m.
Nov. 11, 12, 18 and 19 at 8 p.m.
TICKETS: $10 Students, $12 Seniors, $14 General Admission
DISCOUNT MATINEE SUNDAY NOV. 13 AT 2 P.M. ALL SEATS $8
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