Written by: John Olive, Directed by: Lisa Bohn
It is the early 1890’s and itinerant storytellers are the voices of the prairie. Years later, a young story teller carrying on the storytelling tradition is discovered by a radio entrepreneur and becomes famous on the radio as the “Voice of the Prairie” telling stories of a hobo named Poppy and a blind girl named Frankie.
$10.00 ($8.00 in advance)
This play is suitable for all audiences. Please arrive early, latecomers will not be seated. Children under six will not be admitted.
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