The Watsons Go to Birmingham – 1963
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
The Station
100 S. Racine
Chicago, IL 60607
Children’s/Family, Literary Adaptation
Runs Mar 30Apr 28, 2019

When Kenny’s older brother starts getting into too much trouble in Michigan, it’s decided that he needs to pay a visit to Grandma Sands in Birmingham, Alabama to straighten him out. The whole family – Momma, Dad, Byron, Kenny and Joetta – sets out on a cross-country journey in the family car, the “Brown Bomber.” When they make it to Birmingham, however, they find much more than they bargained for. The powerful story reminds us that during times of crisis, hope reveals itself in the forms of family and friendships; learning, growing, and evolving.

Based on the book “The Watsons Go to Birmingham – 1963,” by Christopher Paul Curtis
Adapted by Cheryl L West
Directed by Wardell Julius Clark
Music and Sound by Paris Ray Dozier

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