The tragic, true story of the trial and lynching of a man wrongly accused of murder is brought to emotional and theatrical life by acclaimed playwright Alfred Uhry (Driving Miss Daisy) and Jason Robert Brown, one of Broadway's most promising young composers (Songs For A New World).
In 1913, Leo Frank, a Brooklyn-raised Jew living in Georgia, is put on trial for the murder of 13 year old Mary Phagan, a factory worker under his employ. Already guilty in the eyes of everyone around him, a sensationalist publisher and a janitor's false testimony seal Leo's fate. His only defenders are a governor with a conscience, and eventually, his assimilated Southern wife who finds the strength and love to become his greatest champion.
Daring, innovative and bold, Parade won well-earned Tony Awards for Best Book and Best Score in 2000. It's subject matter offers a moral lesson about the dangers of prejudice and ignorance that should not be forgotten.
- Saturday 2 April, 7.30 pm
- Sunday 3 April, 11 am and 5 pm
- Monday 4 April, 7.30 pm
- Tuesday 5 April, 7.30 pm
- Wednesday 6 April, 7.30 pm
Duration: Two hours (including a 10 minute interval)