By Thornton Wilder
Directed by Michael Donald Edwards
Perhaps no other play rings truer today. Thornton Wilder’s magnificent OUR TOWN is, at its heart, about us. All of us. Swept up by time and subject to inescapable change. As another ordinary day begins, the townsfolk of Grover's Corners go about their business: newspapers are delivered; people go to work; gardens are tended. And a boy and girl fall in love. But as life's events unfold, one question remains: "do any human beings ever realize life as they live it? Every, every minute?" Long after it won the 1938 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, OUR TOWN remains one of the most enduring American plays of all time, reminding audiences to always celebrate love, family, community, and the beauty in the ordinary.