Sarah Franek

The Glass Castle: The American Place Theatre’s Stage Presentation of The Glass Castle

Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
  • Strings Music Pavilion - 900 Strings Rd.

In honor of ONE BOOK STEAMBOAT's celebration of Jeannette Walls' compelling memoir, The Glass Castle, Strings Music Festival presents...

The American Place Theatre’s Literature to Life® Stage Presentation of
The Glass Castle
By Jeannette Walls
Performed by Sarah Franek
Adapted and Directed by Wynn Handman

Round out your ONE BOOK STEAMBOAT experience with American Place Theatre's stage presentation of The Glass Castle at Strings Music Pavilion.  This is the perfect follow-up to Bud Werner Memorial Library's  Literature to Life® Community Workshop. General admission tickets cost $15 ( $10 for students) and are available here or at the library's front desk (cash or check only).

About American Place Theatre & Literature to Life
The American Place Theatre is committed to producing high quality new work by diverse American writers and to pursuing pluralism and diversity in all its endeavors. We strive to respond to the needs of our time with work that is relevant and cuts deeply into the fabric of American society. LITERATURE TO LIFE, The American Place Theatre’s performance-based literacy program, presents professionally staged verbatim adaptations of significant American literary works. This educational program gives students a new form of access to literature by bringing to life the world of books with performances that create an atmosphere of discovery and spark the imagination. Literature to Life has already provided a catalyst for learning and self-expression for over 400,000 students nation-wide. The Theatre, having received over 30 Obies and 16 Audelcos, is critically acclaimed as a birthing place for artistic endeavors at the crossroad of literature and live performance for now 48 years.