Ten Thousand Things production of “The Spitfire Grill” – Everwood Farmstead

Sun Jun 9, 2024 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM CDT
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Everwood Farmstead Foundation launches its 12th season of the Artist Series on Sunday, June 9th with Ten Thousand Things' production of The Spitfire Grill featuring Michelle Barber, Katie Bradley, Tyson Forbes, Katherine Fried, George Keller, Tom Reed and Dominic Schiro.

Picnic at 11:30 AM
Doors open 1:30 PM
Show at 2:00 PM

THE SPITFIRE GRILL is a heart-warming musical that tells the story of Percy Talbot who has just been released from prison. In search of a new life, she travels to the small town of Gilead, Wisconsin and gets a job at Hannah’s Spitfire Grill. The production is a celebration of fresh starts and the hope one person can bring to an entire community. Adult themes - parental discretion advised.

TEN THOUSAND THINGS awakens the creative spirit of audiences and artists by bringing essential and exceptional theater to people from all backgrounds and life experiences. Theater-goers experience the immediacy and vibrancy of theater through a performance in which there is no stage and actors perform in the middle of the audience. With minimal sets and costumes, the finest quality actors in the region fully engage the audience by distilling the story to its essence. The result is a performance that engages the imagination of TTT audiences. Learn more at TenThousandThings.org.

Everwood's Pay-What-You-Can ticket price is simple - choose your ticket price from the options provided. One-half of your ticket price will be provided to the artists and the other half will be distributed through Everwood's Aspiring Artists Fund. The Fund provides grants to arts-focused teachers in Barron, Dunn, Pepin, Pierce, Polk and St. Croix counties for projects that spark wonder and talent in their young, aspiring artists. Everwood reveals a recipient(s) at each performance. Since 2012, Everwood has donated almost $52,000 to local school programs.

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