Fahrenheit 451 | The Carson Center
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Fahrenheit 451

The Carson Center will produce and present a theatrical staged reading of Fahrenheit 451 on Monday, March 30, 2020 at 10:00am - the reservation form can be found by following this link: https://forms.gle/fdj5Zg1bt5UVXeEf6  Tickets for this performance are $4.51.  

Adapted for the stage by Ray Bradbury, this is the first-ever fully produced and presented work by The Carson Center. Sponsored by WKMS.  Fahrenheit 451 is the temperature at which paper ignites. With simple sets and uncomplicated staging, this powerful drama is about the inner struggle of Guy Montag, a fireman. Montag has worked as a civil servant for ten years burning books, but lately he has become increasingly unsure about what he is doing and about his vegetable-like existence. It is not until he meets 16-year-old Clarisse, who is filled with strange ideas, that he is led into a dangerous and highly combustible situation. Now he must choose between continuing his nonexistent existence and risking everything for the right to think.  
 

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