ALABAMA STORY

ALABAMA STORY by Kenneth Jones Truth is stranger than fiction when a book about a black rabbit marrying a white rabbit is put on the shelves of the Alabama State Library in 1959.  This gentle children's book with an apparent hidden message stirs the passions of a segregationist State Senator and a no-nonsense State Librarian in Montgomery, Alabama, just as the civil rights movement is flowering. A contrasting story of childhood friends — an African American man and a woman of white privilege, reunited in adulthood in Montgomery that same year — provides private counterpoint to the public events of the play. As compared to the spirit of the classic To Kill A Mockingbird, this thought-provoking drama spiked with humor, heartbreak and hope has been hailed as one of the best new Southern plays in ten or twenty years!

ALABAMA STORY is rated PG and runs from October 9th to November 12th
Co-Sponsored by Stan & Barbara Huff and ProMortage


Rated PG – Parental Guidance Suggested Some material may not be suitable for children. Parents urged to give "parental guidance". May contain some material parents might not like for their young children. 

Perfect for Adult Groups


ALABAMA STORY is presented through special arrangement with Kenneth Jones. 


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