- Photo courtesy of Theatrical Outfit
- Feb 27 – Mar 24
Days Time Every Wed-Sat 7:30pm – 9:30pm Every Sat-Sun 2:30pm – 4:30pm
- Single ticket prices range from $18 to $51
1934-1947. Great Britain. When a group of miners and a dentist hire a professor to teach Art Appreciation, they embark on one of the most unusual experiments in art history. As the pitmen become painters, suddenly avant-garde artists become their friends; their work hangs in prestigious collections; and they are celebrated in high society. But every day, they still risk their lives down in the mine. Based on a true story, this heartfelt lesson about character over class and talent over privilege challenges the way we look at art and reveals our universal desire for a richer, more colorful existence.
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