The Great Depression held an America whose “Land of Opportunity” felt barren. It was an America of broken promises. It was here where our would-be bank robbers grew up — where Bonnie met Clyde. It was a hard scrabble life, one that they desperately wished to out-drive. By exploring the humans amidst their legend, End of the Line: a Bonnie and Clyde Play seeks to tell in a new light the gritty story of the notorious outlaws. Join TSS for a staged reading of this new play by Tyler Rossi.
More details of the 18-19 season coming soon!
Spoken Word Weekends,
Barbara Barden Dance Series,
and much, much more!
Performances subject to change.
Theater of the Seventh Sister receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.