By David Rintels
Directed by Brad Radcliffe
This is a one man show about the life and career of the legendary American trial lawyer who championed the cause of disenfranchised. He championed the right of the laborer to strike and argued eloquently for the eight-hour-day. He took on impossibly unpopular clients like John T. Scopes, the teacher who tried to teach evolution in a Tennessee schoolroom in 1925
Produced by Council for the Performing Arts and The Actors Group at Performing Arts Center, 700 W. Milwaukee St., Jefferson
Performances: August 1-2, 2003
Aug. 1, 7:00 p.m. and Aug. 2, 7:00 p.m
Ticket Prices Adults $10, Seniors and Students $8
Call 920-674-2179 for reservations or more information.