Laurel Mill Playhouse
Home to the Burtonsville Players.
The Laurel Mill Playhouse is located at 508 Main Street, Laurel, Maryland 20707.
Mailing address: The Laurel Mill Playhouse, P.O. Box 423, Laurel, Maryland 20725-0423
Phone: 301-617-9906 | E-mail: LMP@laurelmillplayhouse.org
Cancelled: Leaves of America at Laurel Mill Playhouse, Mar 20-22
Laurel Mill Playhouse presents
Leaves of America
Adapted and performed by Christopher Dwyer
Friday March 20, 2020 through Sunday March 22, 2020
Matinee performances on March 22 at 2:00 P.M.
Location: Laurel Mill Playhouse
Walt Whitman’s free-verse style of writing broke boundaries and shattered the rules of what was considered “poetry” of his day. It was only after his death did his book: Leaves of Grass find its way to being canonized as great American literature. Leaves of America takes us through the journey of Walt Whitman and the American Civil War. From 1861–1865 he stayed in our nations capital caring for wounded and sick soldiers in what in what is now the National Portrait Gallery. Whitman has several memoirs recounting his search for his wounded brother, his admiration for Abraham Lincoln, and his love for his country during this gruesome period of American History. With his gift for language and his first-hand experience, we have some of the most detailed accounts of the Civil War. Complete with projections and storytelling, Leaves, blends documentary style film-making and character portrayal into an hour long theatrical experience.
Performances run weekends from Friday March 20, 2020 through Sunday March 22, 2020 with Friday and Saturday evening performances at 8 p.m. Tickets are $16 for general admission. Admission for students (12 and under), active duty military and seniors (65 and over) is $12. Tickets can be purchased by clicking the link below. For further information, please call 301-617-9906 and press 2, or contact Maureen Rogers at email@example.com or 301-452-2557.
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