Did you know that police barricaded themselves inside the Stonewall Inn?
Did you know that the building was set on fire and doused just in time to save it?
Did you know that reporters were INSIDE the bar?
You’ll hear these revelations and more in the exciting and moving production, Voices from Stonewall, to be on stage at CAMP Rehoboth Community Center for two performances only on Saturday, June 20 at 7 p.m.and Sunday June 21 at 3 p.m. Tickets are on sale at camprehoboth.com.
With four dynamic actors voicing the words of the people who were at the Stonewall Inn 51 years ago, on June 28, 1969, Voices from Stonewall premiered at CAMP Rehoboth last June on Stonewall’s 50th Anniversary. This encore is a performance not to be missed.
You’ll hear the words of the people who were there when bottles flew, paddy wagons arrived, and young drag queens, homeless kids, transgender youth, some butch lesbians, and a collection of gay people surprised the police and finally fought back.
Performers include veteran actors Max Dick, Sally Gilles, Michael Gilles, and Eric Peterson.
The show was written by playwright Michael Gilles and writer Fay Jacobs and is directed by Jacobs.
Two shows - Saturday, June 20 @ 7 pm, and Sunday, June 21 @ 3 pm. Tickets are $20pp and are available through Eventbrite.