Fahrenheit 451

The White Theatre

5801 W 115th St, Overland Park, KS 66211

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An adaptation of the Ray Bradbury novel about a future society that has banned all reading material and the job of the firemen is to keep the fires at 451 degrees: the temperature that paper burns. A fireman begins to re-think his job when he meets a book


Runs Mar 25th to Apr 2nd

Sat Mar 25th @ 07:30 PM
Sun Mar 26th @ 02:00 PM
Wed Mar 29th @ 09:00 AM
Thu Mar 30th @ 07:30 PM
Sat Apr 1st @ 07:30 PM

Dates & time

Sat Mar 25th @ 07:30 PM
Sun Mar 26th @ 02:00 PM
Wed Mar 29th @ 09:00 AM
Thu Mar 30th @ 07:30 PM
Sat Apr 1st @ 07:30 PM
Sun Apr 2nd @ 02:00 PM

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25th Mar 26th Mar 29th Mar 30th Mar 1st Apr 2nd Apr Performance Duration Apx 2 Hours w/ 15 Minute Intermission Hours


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Middle School and Up

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The White Theatre

5801 W 115th St
Overland Park, KS 66211

(913) 327-8054

Box Office Hours : Monday - Friday, 10am to 2pm


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Creative & Cast

Director - Bill Christie

Montag - Robert Hingula

Beaty / Book Person - Joshua Gleeson

Clarrise - Zoe London

Mildred / Book Person - Jessica Franz

Mrs. Hudson / Book Person - Elizabeth A. Hillman

Alice / Book Person - Megan Segars

Helen / Book Person - Laura Schuartz

Faber / Book Person - Don Leonard

Black / Book Person / Paramedic #1 - TBA

Holden / Book Person / Paramedic #2 - TBA

Heuley / Book Person - TBA

Saturdays  |  March 25 - April 1 at 7:30 p.m.

Sundays  |  March 26 - April 2 at 2 p.m.

Thursday  |  March 30 at 7:30 p.m.

Special Performance - Wednesday  |  March 29 at 9 a.m. - School & Group Performance

An adaptation of the Ray Bradbury novel about a future society that has banned all reading material and the job of the firemen is to keep the fires at 451 degrees: the temperature that paper burns. A fireman begins to re-think his job when he meets a book-loving girl.

Directed by Bill Christie
Book by Ray Bradbury
Produced by special arrangement with the Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock, Illinois

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