Based largely on Studs Terkel's book, Hard Times, Arthur Miller's play The American Clock tells the story of one family's harrowing struggle through the Great Depression. Miller, also the author of Death of a Salesman and The Crucible, takes the audience into the grim struggle that befell many American families during this time. Directed by Lucas Adams, it follows the Baumler family as the nation’s poor fortune takes them from riches to rags, splitting them apart as they attempt to reconcile themselves with the destitute state of the country.
The Walden Theatre, a nationally top-ranked youth theater program presents this production to the public at their theater on 1123 Payne Street. It begins tomorrow, February 23rd and will run this weekend and next at 7:30pm. They will also hold matinee showings on February 25th and March 3rd at 2:00pm. Evening ticket prices are $15, $10 for seniors and students. Matinee tickets are $10, and $8 for senior and students. For more information, contact Walden Theatre at (502) 589-0084 or visit http://www.waldentheatre.org/.
Graphic: Courtesy of Walden Theatre
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