A National Theater Company of One. Indianapolis, Indiana
Tuesday February 9, 7.30 pm
Fitton Center for Creative Arts.
In 1932 union vs. management confrontations are on the rise, unemployment rampant, and communism and fascism appear viable. Henry Ford, who put the world on wheels, thinks he has a solution. During this interactive play Henry will talk to car dealers about his past, about the new Ford V-8, and about the future of soybeans. It seems an optimistic moment in a negative time.
- Reception to follow
- PLEASE NOTE: this free public event is presented by the Michael J. Colligan History Project as part of Staging the Past: a series of prequels brought to you in association with the Fitton Center for Creative Arts and the Mad Anthony Theatre Company. Join us for this special presentation ahead of Mad Anthony Theatre’s production of Camping With Henry and Tom, February 18-21 at the Fitton Center for Creative Arts. Tickets for the Mad Anthony Theatre Company may be purchased at the Fitton Center for Creative Arts, online at fittoncenter.org, or by calling 513.863.8873.