Park School brings you the Baltimore premiere of an amazing theater opportunity featuring 3 Park alums!
Selma ’65, a one-woman show performed by Park alumna Marietta Hedges ’79 , directed by alumna Eleanor Holdridge ’82, and with music composed by alumnus Jim Hedges ’82, is coming to Park’s stage on Wednesday, January 14. The play, which explores the murder of civil rights activist Viola Liuzzo immediately after the Selma Voting March of 1965, premiered at New York’s La MaMa this fall and now comes to the Meyerhoff Theater stage as a fundraiser for The Civil Rights Trip. The performance will be followed by a talk-back with the artists. We hope you will join us for both the show and our post-performance conversation; the topic is especially timely in light of current Supreme Court decisions on voting rights and highlights the relevance of these issues to our time. (Performance appropriate for high school-age students and above.)
The Park Class of 1982 has generously underwritten the tickets for the show, so the performance is free and open to the public. During the course of the evening, donations will be collected in support of The Civil Rights Trip. Click here to reserve tickets online.
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