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Everyday People, (Historical Monologues) is a new play by Catherine Treischmann, is about people of Russell's past. Treischmann describes it as "a dramatic yarn of Russell history" and it's six actors take the audience from ancient times through settlers and up to present day. Treischmann is a Hays-based playwright, whose work premiered off-Broadway (Crooked) to strong reviews in the New York Times. She writes for Regional Theatres around the country and is a much-celebrated dramatic creator. Longtime Russell resident, Erin Renard, is directing the play at St. John Lutheran Church and the cast includes Russell natives Nathan Hilger, Tori Ptacek, Rachel Sipe, as well as Adrian Rifat and others. Treischmann teamed up with Priscilla Banker to spend hours interviewing Russellites about their knowledge of its history. The play is based on those interviews, newspaper articles, geological history, and more. Performances are at 4pm on June 11, 12, and 13. Individual tickets are $10 and available at the Prairiesta store (corner of Main St & Wisconsin).
Friday, June 11 4:00 pm
Saturday, June 12 4:00 pm
Sunday, June 13 4:00 pm
St. John Lutheran Church
Individual Tickets - Prairiesta Store. 10am-5pm the week of Prairiesta.
Admission to "Everyday People" is included in the purchase of The Big Deal Button. This button also includes admission to "Our Trudy", the Chuckwagon Dinner and Lunch, Historical Short Film, Ranch Rodeo and Jazz at the Park.