Based on a true story, a young 1967 history teacher dealing with The Vietnam War and integration into the public school system, tries to deter his students from fascism through a social experiment that spirals out of his control. Individual freedoms are abandoned and repressed for collective goals as happened in the rise of Nazi Germany and the treatment of the Jews during World War II.
Aaron Rossini (Director) - Previous work: Fault Line Theatre, Shakespeare at the Manor, Trinity Rep.
Nathan Leigh (Sound Design) - Previous work: New York Theatre Workshop, Red Bull Theatre, Wellfleet Harbor Actors' Theatre.
Zach Weeks (Lighting Design) - Previous work: Flea Theatre, Hudson Guild Theatre
Kelsey Torstveit (Costume Design) - Previous work: Capital Rep., Playhouse in the Park, Wellfeet Harbor Actors' Theatre
Jon Kovach (Co-Author/Actor/Producer) - Previous work: Perry Streeet Theatricals, Red Bull Theatre, Bay Street.
Ron Jones (Co-Author) - Previous work: Pulitzer Prize Nominee, American Book of the Year, The Acorn People.
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