Arkansas Hall Studio Theatre
Welcome to the Deep South of the imagination. The state librarian of Alabama finds her life and livelihood at risk when a controversial children’s book crosses her desk in 1959 Montgomery. The innocent tale of a white rabbit marrying a black rabbit is angering segregationist politicians as the Civil Rights movement is blossoming. But will Emily Reed give in to demands to have the book burned? Meet history’s forgotten hero of free expression in the fact-inspired, highly theatrical new American play brimming with humor, heartbreak and hope.
Admission is $10 or free with a student ID. For more information, please contact Claudia Beach at firstname.lastname@example.org or 870-230-5037.