PRESENTED BY LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL
The multi-award winning book, read in classrooms for generations, has been brought to the stage. Fahrenheit 451 is the temperature at which paper ignites. This is a powerful drama of Guy Montag, a fireman living in a world where people are taught not to think and reading books is illegal. Society has turned from one full of thoughtful creative ideas and knowledge to one of seemingly mindless wondering. With books being burned and people more consumed than ever in technology Guy begins to question his nonexistent existence. He struggles with the decision to stay with the norm or to risk everything for the right to think. Written in the 1950’s the story was viewed as far-fetched fiction but perhaps it is hauntingly relevant today.
The Schoolhouse Theater
Friday, April 21 - 7:30 PM
Saturday, April 22 - 7:30 PM
LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR DISCOUNTED TICKETS AT ONLY $8.00 EACH. THESE MAY BE PURCHASED ONLINE OR BY PHONE BUT CANNOT BE DELIVERED VIA EMAIL OR REGULAR MAIL. A VALID LHS STUDENT I.D. MUST BE PRESENTED AT THE "WILL CALL" DESK OF THE SCHOOLHOUSE THEATER ON SHOW NIGHT IN ORDER TO RECEIVE THESE TICKETS.