By Stephen Karam and PJ Paparelli

Directed by Dana Pellebon

In Littleton, Colorado, in 1999, two teenagers devastated a community and shocked the country when they walked into their suburban high school and killed 12 students and one teacher. Based on interviews with teenagers across the country, as well as with the survivors and community members in Littleton, this tragically relevant drama weaves together these testimonies with excerpts from diaries and home video footage to bring to light the dark recesses of American adolescence.

The show walks us through the events leading up to, during and following the Columbine High School Massacre.

Madison College Performing Arts will be hosting facilitated conversations immediately following designated shows. Facilitators include local law enforcement, community leaders and members of our own professional staff and faculty.

Produced by Madison College Performing Arts at Madison College Studio Theatre - Room A2031, 1701 Wright St Madison WI 53704

Performances: January 26 - February 3, 2018

Performance Times:
01/26/18 @ 7:30pm
01/27/18 @ 7:30pm
01/31/18 @ 6:00pm **
02/01/18 @ 6:00pm **
02/02/18 @ 7:30pm
02/03/18 @ 7:30pm

** College Community Shows and Conversations

Tickets can be purchased at

Ticket Prices: General Public - $12.00 Senior (62 & Over) - $10.00 Youth (21 & Younger - college student with ID) - $10.00 K-12 Student - $6.00

Call 608-243-4000 for reservations or more information.

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