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Royal Oak’s Stagecrafters community theater is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit that provides opportunities for community members to test and develop their theater abilities on stage. This March, the nonprofit will be putting on “Working: A Musical,” a story about the “hopes and dreams, joys and sorrows of the average working American.”
“Based on Studs Terkel’s best-selling book of interviews with American workers, ‘Working’ paints a vivid portrait of the men and women who do the work that is so often taken for granted: the schoolteacher, the mason, the waitress, the fireman and the housewife, to name a few,” organizers wrote. “A moving and inspirational look at the lives of everyday people, in song.”
This show is rated PG-13. Tickets start at $20.
To find out more information about the show visit stagecrafters.org.