What You'll Get
One of the most turbulent periods in American history comes alive through the story of one family in The Brothers K, adapted from the acclaimed novel, which Buzzfeed called "The Great American Novel You Haven't Read Yet." Set in small-town America during the middle decades of the 20th century, this epic saga centers on the Chance family as the tensions of the rapidly changing country threaten to pull them apart. Like a modern-day Steinbeck, author David James Duncan uses his sprawling familial drama as a prism through which to examine big themes, questions of war, politics, faith, love and baseball. Now, Book-It Repertory Theatre brings the tale to the stage of Seattle's Center Theatre in a two-part telling.
The Brothers K is presented in two, full-length parts:
Part One: Strike Zones begins May 3
Part Two: The Left Stuff begins May 10
Double Header days begin May 21.
Visit the Book-It website for details.
The Fine Print
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