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Parade
a Musical
CATEGORY : MUSICAL
by Book by Alfred Uhry Music and Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown

COMPANY : Theatre Arts Guild
VENUE : Georgia Perimeter College - Marvin Cole Auditorium
ID# 3647

SHOWING : February 05, 2010 - February 14, 2010

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

The 1913 murder of Mary Phagan, a young girl who worked at a pencil factory managed by Leo Frank, and its aftermath seem an unlikely subject for a musical. Prepare, then, to be surprised. While this case led indirectly to the rebirth of the Ku Klux Klan and directly to the creation of the Anti-Defamation League, Uhry's play devotes careful attention to the love story of Leo and Lucille Frank, which lay dormant until Lucille's advocacy for her husband gave it new life. As much as Parade depicts massive and tragic historical events, it also turns inward and leaves us to ponder the simple power of love.


CAST & CREW LIST
Minnie, Ensemble Robin Banks
Mary Phagan, Lizzie, Lila Hannah Carey
Angela, Ensemble Stephanie Curtis
Britt Craig, Mr. Peavy Al Dollar
Hugh Dorsey Scott Shelton Ebert
Jim Conley Issiah Haynes
Lucille Frank Jennifer Hendrickson
Tom Watson, Officer Starnes, Ensemble Brian Jones
Sally Slaton, Monteen, Ensemble Courtney Loner
Mrs. Phagan, Ensemble Robyn Matula
Iola Stover/Ensemble Charisse McCarren
Governor John Slaton Joseph Swaney
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