5801 West 115th Street, Overland Park, KS
Please do not RSVP until you are 100% positive you will attend.
March 25, 2017 - April 1,2017 - at The White Theatre at the Jewish Community Center
An adaptation of the Ray Bradbury novel about a future society that has banned all reading material and the job of the firemen is to keep the fires at 451 degrees: the temperature that paper burns. A fireman begins to re-think his job when he meets a book-loving girl.
Directed by Bill Christie
Book by Ray Bradbury
Produced by special arrangement with the Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock, Illinois
Stage & Screen Event Details
We will set a place to meet before the show, once we set a date and time for the show. If we go to an evening show, we will meet for drinks beforehand. If we attend an afternoon show, we'll meet after for an early dinner or appetizers.
Please only RSVP if you plan to attend the show & the social get-together. That's the point of the Stage & Screen group.
I am limiting this outing to 10 attendees, so the group isn't too big for easy conversation. Once we have 5 attendees agree on a date & time, we will officially set it on the event page.
The show is $21 for non-Jewish Community Center attendees
If you are interested in attending this show, take a look at the show's calendar of dates, and post a message in the comments section letting us know which dates are good for you.
NOTE - Once you purchase the ticket, it is yours. If you need to cancel, it is up to you to get a refund from the venue, if available.