Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of The Civil War
Presented by Quill Productions
Supported by Newman’s Own Foundation, Boehringer Ingelheim Cares Foundation, Fairfield County Community Foundation, The Leir Retreat Center, The Philip H. and Christine Lodewick Foundation, Union Savings Bank and the Wadsworth Lewis Trust Fund
As part of the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, this musical production focuses on the lives of six individuals from both the North and South whose fates are forever changed by the war and the Battle of Gettysburg.
Essay Contest on the Civil War! Your student can win a $50 savings bond by answering one of the essay questions:
1. There were many issues which fueled the Civil War 150 years ago - slavery and racial strife, state's rights, immigration issues and cultural differences between the North and South to name a few. In our present day, which of these issues still cause conflict in our world?
2. The Civil War began because people had different beliefs and ways of living. One hundred and fifty years later, why is it important to remember the Civil War?
10:00am Elementary School Performance
12:00pm Middle School Performance
All shows are 55 – 70 minutes in length, but allow additional time for Q & A and entering and departing the theater.
Ticket Price: $10.00
To purchase tickets click here for a printable order form, or call Michelle at the Box Office 203.438.5795