From the first attack at the Twin Towers to a last goodbye at Ground Zero, 110 Stories takes the audience through 9/11 as told by those who were there. Based on interviews, this docu-play weaves together stories not shown on the news, from people we can relate to; a mother, a photojournalist, an ironworker, a chiropractor, and a homeless man who saved lives that day. Their unflinching and occasionally bittersweet accounts capture the shock, horror, and heroism of that day, as well as the resilience of New York City in its aftermath. Remaining apolitical, 110 Stories memorializes September 11th by humanizing history to reveal our innate compassion.
Featuring a cast of professional actors, 110 Stories will be interwoven with archival radio clips and projected images. Note: Performance contains adult language and content.
All tickets are $20 and can be purchased here.
A portion of proceeds will go to:
- Tunnel to Towers Foundation – https://t2t.org/
- The 9/11 Heroes Run, 5K run/walk – https://www.travismanion.org/events/911-heroes-run/2020-charleston-sc/
- The Blood Connection will be hosting a blood drive at the theatre between shows. You can sign up for a donation time at https://donate.thebloodconnection.org/donor/auth/signin
Performances will be held at The James F. Dean Community Theater (133 S Main St
Summerville) on Saturday, September 11th, 2021 at 3 pm and 7 p.
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