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Early Days

Online
Wherever you are
St. Louis, MO 63117
September 01, 2020 to September 30, 2020

"Early Days" Stories of the Pandemic: A St. Louis COVID-19 Digital Play | Written by John Wolbers

Premiered Wednesday, July 29 at 6:30 p.m.

Co-commissioned and premiered by Metro Theater Company and The Missouri Historical Society

All stories were inspired by submissions to The Missouri Historical Society’s Stories of the Pandemic Digital Archive and Metro Theater Company’s COVID-19 Memory Project. With input from Julia Flood, Jacob Cannon, and the Apprentices of the Teens Make History program.

Metro Theater Company and the Missouri Historical Society have collaborated to document how our St. Louis region is experiencing the historic COVID-19 pandemic. Sharing stories can help us feel more connected, while we are physically distant, and remind us we are facing this challenge together. Inspired by submissions from people of all backgrounds, the two organizations have created one fifteen-minute story of a fictional St. Louis family’s experience navigating the changes, perspectives, emotions, and hopes we all share. Featuring actors, Jacqueline Thompson, Nicholas Kryah, and Teens Make History Apprentice, Madeline Emke, for this live-streamed story of resilience.

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    "Early Days" Stories of the Pandemic: A St. Louis COVID-19 Digital Play | Written by John Wolbers

    Premiered Wednesday, July 29 at 6:30 p.m.

    Co-commissioned and premiered by Metro Theater Company and The Missouri Historical Society

    All stories were inspired by submissions to The Missouri Historical Society’s Stories of the Pandemic Digital Archive and Metro Theater Company’s COVID-19 Memory Project. With input from Julia Flood, Jacob Cannon, and the Apprentices of the Teens Make History program.

    Metro Theater Company and the Missouri Historical Society have collaborated to document how our St. Louis region is experiencing the historic COVID-19 pandemic. Sharing stories can help us feel more connected, while we are physically distant, and remind us we are facing this challenge together. Inspired by submissions from people of all backgrounds, the two organizations have created one fifteen-minute story of a fictional St. Louis family’s experience navigating the changes, perspectives, emotions, and hopes we all share. Featuring actors, Jacqueline Thompson, Nicholas Kryah, and Teens Make History Apprentice, Madeline Emke, for this live-streamed story of resilience.

    FREE

    Wherever you are St. Louis MO 63117
3311 Washington Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103

314.932.7414

Early Days

Online
Wherever you are
St. Louis, MO 63117
September 01, 2020 to September 30, 2020

"Early Days" Stories of the Pandemic: A St. Louis COVID-19 Digital Play | Written by John Wolbers

Premiered Wednesday, July 29 at 6:30 p.m.

Co-commissioned and premiered by Metro Theater Company and The Missouri Historical Society

All stories were inspired by submissions to The Missouri Historical Society’s Stories of the Pandemic Digital Archive and Metro Theater Company’s COVID-19 Memory Project. With input from Julia Flood, Jacob Cannon, and the Apprentices of the Teens Make History program.

Metro Theater Company and the Missouri Historical Society have collaborated to document how our St. Louis region is experiencing the historic COVID-19 pandemic. Sharing stories can help us feel more connected, while we are physically distant, and remind us we are facing this challenge together. Inspired by submissions from people of all backgrounds, the two organizations have created one fifteen-minute story of a fictional St. Louis family’s experience navigating the changes, perspectives, emotions, and hopes we all share. Featuring actors, Jacqueline Thompson, Nicholas Kryah, and Teens Make History Apprentice, Madeline Emke, for this live-streamed story of resilience.

FREE

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  • 2020-09-01 00:00:00 2020-09-30 00:00:00 America/Chicago Early Days

    "Early Days" Stories of the Pandemic: A St. Louis COVID-19 Digital Play | Written by John Wolbers

    Premiered Wednesday, July 29 at 6:30 p.m.

    Co-commissioned and premiered by Metro Theater Company and The Missouri Historical Society

    All stories were inspired by submissions to The Missouri Historical Society’s Stories of the Pandemic Digital Archive and Metro Theater Company’s COVID-19 Memory Project. With input from Julia Flood, Jacob Cannon, and the Apprentices of the Teens Make History program.

    Metro Theater Company and the Missouri Historical Society have collaborated to document how our St. Louis region is experiencing the historic COVID-19 pandemic. Sharing stories can help us feel more connected, while we are physically distant, and remind us we are facing this challenge together. Inspired by submissions from people of all backgrounds, the two organizations have created one fifteen-minute story of a fictional St. Louis family’s experience navigating the changes, perspectives, emotions, and hopes we all share. Featuring actors, Jacqueline Thompson, Nicholas Kryah, and Teens Make History Apprentice, Madeline Emke, for this live-streamed story of resilience.

    FREE

    Wherever you are St. Louis MO 63117
3311 Washington Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103

314.932.7414