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The Strayer-Wood Theatre presents Spring Awakening

Winner of 8 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Spring Awakening is a rock musical adaptation of Frank Wedekind’s 1892 expressionist play about the struggles, frustrations, and thrills of the teen years.  The musical by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater follows a group of adolescent students as they wrestle with their burgeoning sexuality and the refusal of their parents and teachers to admit what’s happening.  It is a ground-breaking theatrical work in its use of contemporary music and choreography in the world of 19th century values and repression. With hope, reason, and passion Spring Awakening explores the conflicts between children and parents and double standards in morality and sexuality.  Contains adult themes, language, and brief nudity. 

Directed by Jay Edelnant, musical direction by Rebecca Burkhardt, and choreography by Daniel Wells. 

The Strayer-Wood Theatre presents The American Way of Eating

The American Way of Eating, based on the book of the same title by Tracie McMillan, is an original adaptation by Matthew Weedman.  McMillan went undercover in three jobs that feed America, living and eating off her wages in each.  Reporting from California fields, a Walmart produce aisle outside of Detroit, and the kitchen of a New York City Applebee’s, McMillan examines the reality of our country’s food industry.  This world-premiere performance guarantees that talking about dinner will never be the same again.  Directed by Matthew Weedman.

The Strayer-Wood Theatre presents The American Way of Eating

The American Way of Eating, based on the book of the same title by Tracie McMillan, is an original adaptation by Matthew Weedman.  McMillan went undercover in three jobs that feed America, living and eating off her wages in each.  Reporting from California fields, a Walmart produce aisle outside of Detroit, and the kitchen of a New York City Applebee’s, McMillan examines the reality of our country’s food industry.  This world-premiere performance guarantees that talking about dinner will never be the same again.  Directed by Matthew Weedman.

The Strayer-Wood Theatre presents The American Way of Eating

The American Way of Eating, based on the book of the same title by Tracie McMillan, is an original adaptation by Matthew Weedman.  McMillan went undercover in three jobs that feed America, living and eating off her wages in each.  Reporting from California fields, a Walmart produce aisle outside of Detroit, and the kitchen of a New York City Applebee’s, McMillan examines the reality of our country’s food industry.  This world-premiere performance guarantees that talking about dinner will never be the same again.  Directed by Matthew Weedman.

The Strayer-Wood Theatre presents The American Way of Eating

The American Way of Eating, based on the book of the same title by Tracie McMillan, is an original adaptation by Matthew Weedman.  McMillan went undercover in three jobs that feed America, living and eating off her wages in each.  Reporting from California fields, a Walmart produce aisle outside of Detroit, and the kitchen of a New York City Applebee’s, McMillan examines the reality of our country’s food industry.  This world-premiere performance guarantees that talking about dinner will never be the same again.  Directed by Matthew Weedman.

The Strayer-Wood Theatre presents The American Way of Eating

The American Way of Eating, based on the book of the same title by Tracie McMillan, is an original adaptation by Matthew Weedman.  McMillan went undercover in three jobs that feed America, living and eating off her wages in each.  Reporting from California fields, a Walmart produce aisle outside of Detroit, and the kitchen of a New York City Applebee’s, McMillan examines the reality of our country’s food industry.  This world-premiere performance guarantees that talking about dinner will never be the same again.  Directed by Matthew Weedman.

The Strayer-Wood Theatre presents The American Way of Eating

The American Way of Eating, based on the book of the same title by Tracie McMillan, is an original adaptation by Matthew Weedman.  McMillan went undercover in three jobs that feed America, living and eating off her wages in each.  Reporting from California fields, a Walmart produce aisle outside of Detroit, and the kitchen of a New York City Applebee’s, McMillan examines the reality of our country’s food industry.  This world-premiere performance guarantees that talking about dinner will never be the same again.  Directed by Matthew Weedman.

The Strayer-Wood Theatre presents The American Way of Eating

The American Way of Eating, based on the book of the same title by Tracie McMillan, is an original adaptation by Matthew Weedman.  McMillan went undercover in three jobs that feed America, living and eating off her wages in each.  Reporting from California fields, a Walmart produce aisle outside of Detroit, and the kitchen of a New York City Applebee’s, McMillan examines the reality of our country’s food industry.  This world-premiere performance guarantees that talking about dinner will never be the same again.  Directed by Matthew Weedman.

The Strayer-Wood Theatre presents The American Way of Eating

The American Way of Eating, based on the book of the same title by Tracie McMillan, is an original adaptation by Matthew Weedman.  McMillan went undercover in three jobs that feed America, living and eating off her wages in each.  Reporting from California fields, a Walmart produce aisle outside of Detroit, and the kitchen of a New York City Applebee’s, McMillan examines the reality of our country’s food industry.  This world-premiere performance guarantees that talking about dinner will never be the same again.  Directed by Matthew Weedman.

The Strayer-Wood Theatre presents The American Way of Eating

The American Way of Eating, based on the book of the same title by Tracie McMillan, is an original adaptation by Matthew Weedman.  McMillan went undercover in three jobs that feed America, living and eating off her wages in each.  Reporting from California fields, a Walmart produce aisle outside of Detroit, and the kitchen of a New York City Applebee’s, McMillan examines the reality of our country’s food industry.  This world-premiere performance guarantees that talking about dinner will never be the same again.  Directed by Matthew Weedman.

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