Spoon River Anthology

Production poster for "Spoon River Anthology"

Spoon River Anthology is a collection of verse epitaphs, created by Edgar Lee Masters of a 1918 (a parallel era of pandemic) small-town graveyard in Illinois, its panoramic scope--allows for individual stories to create a sense of what it takes and who it takes to create a community.

For this production curator, adapter-director Luane Davis Haggerty, Ph.D. highlights Masters's inclusiveness, drawing not only on the 1918 original but adding in modern original creations written in the style of Masters. The production gives a sense of past and present coming together through the magic of theater. In under two hours we're introduced to Deaf and hearing, diverse and inclusive characters whose lives reflect the spectrum of human experience.

Curated, compiled, and inspired by the poetic Anthology of the same title by Edgar Lee Masters
Directed by Luane Davis Haggerty

Showtimes and Tickets

November 13, 2020

7:30 p.m.

November 14, 2020

2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

November 15, 2020

2 p.m.

Robert F. Panara Theatre, LBJ Hall.

Ticket Information

$5 - Students and Seniors (60+)
$10 - RIT Faculty/Staff and Alumni
$12 - General Public