The Song at the Scaffold is a play set in the time of the French Revolution, an epoch that vividly demonstrated man’s capacity for both heroism and brutality. It is a very intense story dealing primarily with the Carmelite Convent at Compiegne but also encompassing the Paris mob, the Reign of Terror, Women Revolutionists, etc., climaxing in the martyrdom of sixteen Carmelite nuns. Due to serious historic elements, parental discretion is advised.
Purchase tickets by phone: Amy McKeon 216-206-7467
Reserved tickets will be at the theatre box office on the day of the show.
Tickets available at the door.
Hendersonville Community Theatre
229 S. Washington Street