Based on the guidance of the California Department of Public Health, all remaining performances of La Jolla Playhouse’s POP Tour have been cancelled through Sunday, March 29.
Written by A.A. Brenner and Gregg Mozgala | Directed by Talleri A. McRae and Mickey Rowe
As a history-obsessed 12-year-old, Emily Driver uses her YouTube channel to celebrate landmark moments of activism and change. So when her request for a needed wheelchair is denied, she takes matters into her own hands – and launches into a time-travelling trip across the country where she meets trailblazing leaders from the past who have fought for equal rights. On the journey, she learns the power of speaking up, and how one voice can inspire others to create a more accessible world. In partnership with the National Disability Theatre, a team of actors, writers, and designers with disabilities brings this inventive and original story to life.
A fun play for the whole family!
Don’t miss the public performances at the Playhouse:
Performances take place in the Rao and Padma Makineni Play Development Center (PDC) located behind the Potiker Theatre.
Tickets: $12 (Adults) $9 (Child)
Running Time: 1 hour (includes a talkback with the artists)
LA JOLLA PLAYHOUSE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES THE SUPPORT OF OUR EDUCATION & OUTREACH DONORS
Corporate Support Provided by: Qualcomm, US Bank, Wells Fargo, SDG&E, Bank of America, ResMed Foundation, The Morrison Foerster Foundation, Union Bank, Viasat, Cox, Nordson, Nordstrom, Silicon Valley Bank
Government Support Provided by: National Endowment for the Arts, City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture, The County of San Diego
Foundation Support Provided by: The William Hall Tippett and Ruth Rathell Tippett Foundation, The James Irvine Foundation, The David C. Copley Foundation, Ellen Browning Scripps Foundation, San Diego Scottish Rite Community Foundation, The Farrell Family Foundation, The Raymond Family Foundation, Price Philanthropies Foundation, The Perlmeter Family Foundation, John and Marcia Price Family Foundation, The Samuel I. and John Henry Fox Foundation, La Jolla Kiwanis Foundation, The Arthur and Jeanette Pratt Memorial Fund
THE 2020 POP TOUR COMMISSION IS MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF THE POTIKER FAMILY.
Photo credit: (L-R) Farah Dinga, Cass Pfann and Jaye Wilson in POP Tour 2020; photo by Jamie Scott Lytle.
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