Prohibition Play Survey
PlaceBase Productions, in partnership with Other Tiger Productions and the Granite Falls Historical Society, are conducting research / collecting stories for an original, community-based theater production exploring themes related to the Prohibition Era that will take place in summer 2019. The stories and research collected will help inform the script for the large-scale, site-specific, musical theater production that will be performed by members of the community to highlight the 100 year anniversary of the Prohibition Act, authored by former Granite Falls resident, Andrew Volstead.
Please contribute your thoughts and ideas about Prohibition here! And join us for our next Story Swap on Thursday, April 24th from 6:30-8pm at Bluenose Public House in Granite Falls. The Story Swap will be followed by Prohibition Song Beer Choir from 8-9pm led by Ashley Hanson, Brian Laidlaw and Emma Woods!
Do you think Prohibition was good or bad for our country? Why?
If you could Prohibit something, what would it be?
What, if anything, do you feel Prohibited from doing?
What, if anything, do you feel Prohibited from talking about?
If you do feel Prohibited from doing or talking about something, do you work around it? If so, how?
What is more important, the law of the land or an individual's morality? Why?
What freedom would you not want to lose?
If you were to see a play about the social conditions that led to Prohibition and the impacts of the concept of Prohibition, in general, on rural communities, what would you hope to see represented in the play?
Anything else you would like us to consider as we prepare for this production?
Thank you for your time and for sharing your thoughts and ideas related to Prohibition! If you have any questions, please reach out to Ashley Hanson at
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