April 19, 7:30-10 p.m., Mary Moody Northen Theatre
Percy Talbot arrives in a small Wisconsin town after 5 years in prison, ready to make a fresh start. When her parole officer helps her land a job in the local diner, Percy can have no idea that she has just taken the first step on a road to redemption for herself and reawakening for her community. A heartwarming tale, graced with a folksy score, The Spitfire Grill celebrates fortitude, community and the strength of one person to make a difference. Curtainup calls it "a slice of Americana, a modern folk-tale." Featuring Equity guests Amparo Garcia and Jarret Mallon. Book and music by James Valcq, lyrics and book by Fred Alley, based on the film by Lee David Zlotoff, and directed by Ev Lunning, Jr.
The show runs Apr. 19-29 on Thursday - Saturday evenings at 7:30 PM and Sundays at 2 PM.
Cost: $18 Reserved ($15 students/seniors/SEU community); $20 at the door (all)
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For more info, contact: Michelle Polgar, 512-448-8484