EARTh presents FREE reading, April 1

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WHAT:  EARTh (Equity Actors’ Readers’ Theatre)—in partnership with The Kansas City Public Library—presents a FREE, one-night-only, staged reading of Edgar Lee Masters’ magnificent SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY—a thoughtful consideration of the lives and loves and loses of those souls who lived (and died) in small town America near the turn of the last century.

WHEN:  MONDAY, APRIL 1st, at 6:30PM.

WHERE:  The Truman Forum at The Library’s Plaza Branch, 4801 Main Street, Kansas City, MO.

WHO:  Eight of Kansas City’s finest actors, under the direction of Doug Weaver, ably assisted by Valerie Martin, Production Stage Manager.

WHY:  To hear this wonderful adaptation, by Charles Aidman, of this masterpiece of lyric poetry (April IS Poetry Month, after all).

We hope to see you there, then.

Kip Niven

EARTh’s Production Coordinator

Image courtesy of EART



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