What’s in a Name?
SERIES: Teens Make History | View all series dates
LOCATION: Throughout the Museum | Museum
DATE: January 18, 2020
TIME: 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Explore civic pride and identity in St. Louis in a short gallery play inspired by the exhibit What’s in a Name?. The Teens Make History Players researched, wrote, and perform the play; the exhibit was curated by the Teens Make History Exhibitors.
The play will take place in the Seeking St. Louis: Reflections gallery until February 29. At that point, performances will take place in the Atrium gallery space on the lower level.
Support for Teens Make History is provided by Wells Fargo, Bayer Fund, Trio Foundation of St. Louis, and Edward Jones.
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