The Gandhi Alliance for Peace, Granite School District, Plan-B Theatre and United Nations Association of Utah present

a world premiere by Melissa Leilani Larson
adapted from Rabindranth Tagore

August 24-26, 2019
Leona Wagner Black Box at the Rose Wagner
$10 tickets on sale July 1

THE POST OFFICE is the story of a child suffering from a mysterious illness. Despite being confined at home by the doctor, she remains hopeful, winning over strangers with her positive attitude and imagining a better life for herself.

Performed by high school students from Granite School District. Directed by Adam Wilkins.

We are engaging a community of students and professionals to create a piece of theatre as a companion to the United Nations Civil Society Conference. In addition to the acting roles, there will be student dramaturgy, stage management and student-created show art; as well as shadow opportunities with the director and each member of the design team: Maddy Ashton (set), Cheryl Cluff (sound), Pilar Davis (lighting) Maddiey Howell (costumes).

Part of Plan-B’s In the Classroom education program.

100% of proceeds benefit Adopt-A-Future, a program of the United Nations Association, providing direct support for refugee education at the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya.

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