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Page to Stage: Evolving Iowa
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Date/Time
Date(s) - March 6, 2013
7:00 pm

Location
Des Moines Social Club, Des Moines, IA

Page to Stage is the Des Moines Social Club’s monthly play reading series. We present a staged reading of a new play—either brand new, an obscure old find, or something new to Des Moines. Always Free.

About Evolving Iowa: Two households, both alike in dignity… Deep in the heart of “flyover country,” young lovers come together, but their relationship threatens to rip apart their families and community. Sarah and Gabe are schoolmates, but they might as well have come from different worlds. When they find each other, they also find an explosive clash of generations, of religious views, and of social values. “Evolving Iowa” explores the turmoil that hides beneath the surface of politeness in the land of casseroles and pheasant hunting. Will love triumph, or will fear and tradition lead to tragedy?

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