Seat of Our Pants Readers Theatre Troupe
Press Release

Seat of Our Pants Readers Theatre invites you to attend our enhanced stage reading of Alabama Story

October 17th-19th, 2019 7:30 pm at 53212 Presents, 731 E Center St. Milwaukee, WI.

By - Sep 19th, 2019 02:49 pm
Alabama Story

Alabama Story

Set in Montgomery, Alabama in 1959, Alabama Story mixes real and fictional people to tell a fact-inspired fable about tests of character in a time of social turbulence. Censorship, civil rights, children’s literature and the freedom to read are elements in this highly theatrical tale set in “the Deep South of the imagination.” A bullying but complex segregationist senator wants a controversial children’s book taken off the library shelves, but a fearless librarian — no less complicated — refuses, putting both of their worlds at risk.

Tickets after Sept. 15, $18/$16

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Featuring Leslie Fitzwater as the fearless librarian, Scott Howland as Garth Williams, Stephan Roselin as the senator, and with a stellar supporting cast of Chris Goode, Monty Kane, and Tess Rutkowski, directed by Stephan Roselin. Live music by John Stano; lighting design by Alan Piotrowicz.

Performances Oct. 17,18,19, 7:30 pm at
53212 Presents
731 E Center St.  MKE
(above Company Brewing).
N.B. The venue currently has no handicapped access.
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NOTE: This press release was submitted to Urban Milwaukee and was not written by an Urban Milwaukee writer. While it is believed to be reliable, Urban Milwaukee does not guarantee its accuracy or completeness.

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