By Thornton Wilder
Directed by Joseph Discher
WHEN: October 17 – November 17, 2013
WHERE: F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre, 36 Madison Ave., Madison
This production celebrates the 75th anniversary of this beloved, Pulitzer Prize-winning, American classic. The play has become an idyllic symbol of our collective national past—a time and place where decency, friendship and wholesome values were the nor—an America untainted by the greed, corruption, pollution and violence that now darken our horizon. The ordinary citizens of the ordinary town of Grover’s Corners weave an extraordinary and timeless tale about life, love and mortality.
For more information on the play and its historical context, view the “Know-the-Show” audience guide by clicking here.
Note from the NJ Arts Maven: This play is an American classic often read in high school. Take your student to see this play. It will be life-changing!