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Nov5
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Theatre & Performing Arts

Mudlark Theatre Presents: The Salem Project


The Salem Project 

In 1693, 20 innocent people were executed in the town of Salem, Massachusetts, for the crime of practicing witchcraft. In this original play created by the actors at Mudlark Theater, actors will play both the historical young people involved, and a group of modern-day students working to exonerate one of the victims.

Tickets can be purchased at:

http://www.mudlarktheater.org/shows

About Mudlark

Mudlark Theater collaborates with kids to tell youth-centered stories. By taking kids seriously as artists and individuals, we create space for transformative experiences accessible to all.

About the Mudlark leadership team:

Andrew Biliter (Artistic Director) has been Mudlark’s artistic director since 2009. With every play he writes, directs, edits, or produces, he aims to change the way people view and experience youth theater. Under Andrew’s leadership, Mudlark has focused on telling old stories in new ways, and new stories that only a youth company can tell.

Maureen Powers (Executive Director) joined Mudlark in January 2020. Maureen is a visionary and leader with extensive experience directing local and international organizations focused on theater, women and youth. She leads Mudlark in pursuing its mission through leadership development, capacity building, program development, financial management and strategic vision of the organization.

For more information about Mudlark Theater, visit www.mudlarktheater.org.

With questions or to set up an interview with Anthony Whitaker, Andrew Billiter or anyone from Mudlark Theater, please contact Lauren Carrane at (954) 554-0336.

 


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