Window School At The Orlando Fringe Festival

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Window School At The Orlando Fringe Festival
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University High School Theatre says
"Once you learn to read, you will be forever free"

This powerful quote by Frederick Douglass, the most important African American leader of the 19th century, was the inspiration for "The Window School", an award winning original one act play written by Melaney Douglass.

Troupe 4848 is honored and thrilled to be bringing this powerful and heartwarming love letter to education to The Orlando Fringe Festival.

One Time Only Performance on May 28th at 5:00pm in the Orlando Repertory Theatre!

Tickets are only $5: https://orlandofringe.showare.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=164

Everyone attending also needs a Fringe button available anywhere at the festival!

Set in a one room schoolhouse and chapel in post Civil War Alabama, this beautiful period play follows the journey of a determined group of good people who know all children deserve an education. When all doors are closed to them...they open a window.

The talented students have designed and built a beautiful set capturing the fleeting days of the 1800's in the deep South.
Authentic, lovely Victorian costumes, soulful hymns and a sleepy cat named Noah, all work together to create an uplifting theatrical experience.

Please support these dedicated Thespians by attending this special one time only performance because ..."sometimes learning just can't wait".
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By: University High School Theatre

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