OnStage Student Field Trip
Tue, Feb 12 - Wed, Feb 13
Capitol Theater: $8 - $9
Due to weather conditions, the Tuesday performances have been cancelled. For questions, please contact Meri Rose Ekberg at 608.258.4447 or email@example.com. The Wednesday performance will continue as planned.
Series funder American Girl’s Fund for Children with additional support from the DeAtley Family Foundation, Kuehn Family Foundation, A. Paul Jones Charitable Trust, Promega Corporation, Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts, Wahlin Foundation, Nancy E. Barklage & Teresa J. Welch and bycontributions to Overture Center for the Arts. Help make the arts accessible for all at overture.org/support.
Note: This event is an Overture OnStage educational field trip performance for students. Questions? Email us.
A Kentucky slave named Addison travels via the Underground Railroad to an Ohio town that grows to love and defend him, thus helping to trail blaze the country’s way to abolition. Presented by Mad River Theater Works.
- Curriculum Connections: Arts, Social Studies, Social Emotional
GUN SHOT DISCLAIMER
The company would like to make it known and clear to all presenters that a prop gun, a small pistol loaded with a blank, is fired at the culmination of the show. The company is versed in using it and has a mark on the upper set deck where the gun is safely fired. The gun will not (and cannot) be loaded with a bullet at any time.