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presented in association with
written and directed by Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj
October 2-26 EXTENDED THROUGH NOV 2ND!
Sat. 10/25 @ 3pm
Thurs. 10/30 @ 8pm
Fri. 10/31 @ 8pm
Sat. 11/1 @ 8pm
SOLD OUT: Sun. 10/19 & Sun. 11/2
They never planned to be change agents, and they didn’t consider themselves heroes. They just wanted to go to school.
Told in music and memory, the courageous story of the nine black students who fought for integration at Little Rock Central High School in 1957 hurtles from present to past, tragedy to triumph.
Thursday-Saturday @ 8p; Sunday @ 3p
Tickets $30 ($35 Saturday night) - Included in Membership
Student, senior and group tickets available
Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes including intermission
*Please be advised that Little Rock contains strong racial language and imagery.
Or join for the first time! There's something for everyone - grab your Passage Passport or Standard Theatre Membership today!
LITTLE ROCK (Oct) - A play with music written and directed by Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj about the nine black students who fought for integration in the Little Rock High School in 1957.
PLAY LAB FESTIVAL (Dec) - A festival of play readings from the writers of Passage’s Play Lab. Play Lab has incubated works for Passage’s mainstage, including True Story by EM Lewis, Roundelay by R.N. Sandberg, Slippery As Sin and Blood: A Comedy by David Lee White, Love and Communication by James J. Christy, and others!
THE GUN SHOW (Jan) - A new work by EM Lewis, author of 2013’s TRUE STORY. We have a problem with guns in America. The problem is we really, really like them. A solo show about America’s most dangerous pastime.
THE GOLDILOCKS ZONE (May/Jun) - Written by Ian August and directed by Damon Bonetti. Franny and Andy will do anything to have a baby. But Franny can’t conceive, Andy’s gay, and they haven’t told their partners. A Craigslist ad causes worlds to collide in this funny, poignant look at parenthood, modern families and what it means to belong.