Last Three Performances are July 28 and 29
Dayton, TN — Presented in the famous courtroom where Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan battled in 1925, this historically accurate play with music premiered during last year’s Festival. Based on a script by Deborah Harbin, this new version was created by Playhouse Producing Director Jim Crabtree and Grammy Award nominee Bobby Taylor.
The play is co-produced by Tom Davis, Chairman of the Scopes Festival Committee as part of Rhea Heritage Preservation Foundation.
Three performances are left.
Front Page News – July 28 – 1 pm
Front Page News – July 28 – 5:00 pm
Front Page News – July 29 – 2:30 pm