(for 7th-12th grade students)
by Ray Bradbury
Directed by: Grace Lazarz

Fahrenheit 451 takes us to a world where books are burned, ideas are feared, and firemen make fires. In this 24th century drama Guy Montag, a young fireman, enjoys his job of setting illegally-owned books and the homes of their owners on fire. But after seeing a woman willing to die for her books he begins to have an intense personal struggle about these books and what they might contain that is so dangerous. Written just after World War II, and in the same vein as Animal Farm and 1984, Fahrenheit 451 will thrill you and chill you.


Sunday, January 13th, 2-4 PM, Warner Theatre at SBCT
Monday, January 14th, 6-8 PM, Warner Theatre at SBCT

Students should plan on attending one of the two hour audition sessions with a parent/guardian.  No need to prepare anything audition-wise, but please bring a list of any known conflicts within the rehearsal dates/performance dates.  Students who are interested in being on the tech crew should also attend auditions.


Read through 1/20
Rehearsals 1/27-2/14 (generally Sunday-Thursday 6-9 PM, Saturday 10 AM-2 PM)


Friday, February 15, 7:30 PM
Saturday, February 16th, 2:00 PM and 7:30 PM
Monday, February 18th (time TBD, during day for school groups)
Tuesday, February 19th (time TBD, during day for school groups)


Posted on November 30, -0001