Written and performed by middle school students and their mentors, Tellin’ Tales Theatre’s Six Stories Up in The Roaring 20s harks back to the time of prohibition, flappers, the jazz age and the silver screen. In this original musical, Thirteen-year-old Jack is transported to a 1920s radio show when he visits a vintage car museum during the pandemic. He becomes one of the actors in the funny and touching stories of the people who lived through the decade that roared and finds the similarities between then and now.
The result is a hilarious and often moving musical peppered with personal stories told by students and adults with cerebral palsy, ADHD, autism, Kallmann Syndrome and dwarfism, as well as their non-disabled peers. Six Stories Up in The Roaring 20s is geared toward adults and children age nine and up. The show runs approximately 70 minutes.
WHEN: Fridays, November 13 & 20 at 7:30 p.m. CST
Saturdays, November 14 & 21 at 7:30 p.m. CST
Sundays, November 15 & 22 at 2:00 pm CST
Closed captioning available
WHERE: Virtually in the comfort of your own home hosted by 16th Street Theatre
TICKETS: $15 General | $10 Kids/Disabled | $35 Family Ticket
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High school senior, Bennett Davishoff makes a special appearance as our radio announcer and Amy Eaton plays “Mom”.
ORIGINAL MUSIC AND SOUND DESIGN
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