Millennium Theatre presents ‘The Wrestling Season’


Laurie Brooks’ The Wrestling Season is a powerful, 90-minute examination of peer pressure’s potentially devastating effects. With recent media attentionGraham Luker, Smyrna, (r) & Tim Mullins, Winchester, (l) star in a powerful production, which examines bullying's potentially devastating effects. Photo provided. squarely focused on our nation’s teens and the harassment, bullying and intimidation they face daily, both in and out of school, Manchester’s Millennium Theatre set about producing the area premiere of this exciting and interactive theatre piece.

The Wrestling Season runs April 7-10 at Duck River Electric Membership Corporation’s building in Manchester. Performances are April 7-9 at 7.30 p.m., with matinees on April 8-10 at 2.30 p.m.

Due to the event’s interactive nature, entry will be capped at only 50 per show. Because of the abbreviated run and the limited seating, reservations are highly recommended and may be secured by calling 931-570-4489. Tickets are $8 each.

The Wrestling Season is designed to tour, and private, off-site performances on alternate dates can also be booked now by calling (931) 409-0290.

A “feedback forum” is included in each performance, where audiences interact directly with the characters. For more information, visit Facebook and search for “The Wrestling Season."