Signature in the Schools
The Spoken Word
By Joe Calarco
Public performances for Signature in the Schools will take place on February 25 at 7:30PM and March 2 at 11AM in the MAX Theatre. Tickets will go on sale to the public on February 12.
Germany in 1943. America in 2033. This charged, new Signature in the Schools play follows young adults separated by time and place, united by their resistance to the government oppression they’re surrounded by. In 2033, a group of protestors in hiding begin receiving cryptic text messages. Is it actually possible that they’re somehow from 1940’s anti-Nazi activist, Sophie Scholl, and other members of the famed White Rose resistance group? And if they are receiving those messages, why are they receiving them?
Featuring a cast and crew of Arlington Public Schools students and guest actor Tracy Lynn Olivera, this new play by Joe Calarco continues Signature in the Schools’ tradition of bringing difficult subjects alive by connecting them to history, politics and literature.
Signature in the Schools is sponsored by Bonnie Feld
Additional support provided by Mike Blank, Briggs-Benton Fund of the Arlington Community Foundation, The Clark-Winchcole Foundation, Disney Theatrical Productions, Andrew A. Isen, The Geary-O’Hara Foundation, Michelle S. Lee of STG International, MAXIMUS, Northrop Grumman, David S. Shrager Foundation, Walton Family Foundation and Washington Forrest Foundation
New work at Signature Theatre is sponsored by Dan and Gloria Logan