Immediately after the July 16 matinee performance of Seven Cousins for a Horse, WSHU Reporter Davis Dunavin will lead a lively and thought-provoking discussion with the audience and members of the cast and artistic team. We will explore the play’s themes, the legacy of Ammi Phillips, the new play development process, and living in times of great change.
Whether you are an avid theater enthusiast or simply curious about the culture and history of New England, this event promises to be an enlightening and inspiring afternoon for all.
If you’re attending another performance, you can still join the conversation. The lobby will open a little after 3:30 and you’ll be welcomed in with your ticket. If you don’t have your tickets yet, it’s a good idea to get them now as many performances have begun to sell out.