Alabama Story by Kenneth Jones
ALABAMA STORY BY KENNETH JONES Directed by
BY KENNETH JONES
Directed by Mairzy Yost-Rushton
Based on true events in 1959 Alabama, this is the story of when a children’s picture book about a white rabbit who marries a black rabbit sparked a fiery standoff between segregationist, Sen. E.W. Higgins (inspired by Sen. E.O. Eddins), and Emily Wheelock Reed, the principled state librarian. Reed made international headlines when she defended “The Rabbits’ Wedding,” a picture book by Garth Williams, best known for his artwork for the “Little House” series and “Charlotte’s Web.” This year marks the 60th anniversary of a tale of social justice that explores romance, courtroom drama, loyalty, and history.
For tickets, visit www.frostburg.edu/TheatreDance and click “buy tickets.” Tickets are $7 students, $12 senior citizens and FSU faculty/staff, and $15 general public. Group discounts are available when booked in advance. Call the Theatre and Dance Box Office at 31.687.7794 for more information. Season subscriptions are available until October 19.
(Thursday) 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Frostburg State University's Drama Theatre at the Pealer Center
101 Braddock Road, Frostburg, MD 21532
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