This historic drama thrilled audiences in its first week and continues for final performances May 24 & 25, 2014
ROEBLING: The Story of the Brooklyn Bridge dramatizes the true story of Trenton’s Roebling family as they overcome terrible obstacles to build the Brooklyn Bridge.
The gripping story and powerful performances inspired one audience member to write to the Times of Trenton sharing her experience. Calling the production, “one of the best performances I’ve ever seen. …Don’t miss it.” Read the letter.
ROEBLING is written by Mark Violi and directed by Ruth Markoe. Produced by Markoe’s Theater To Go in association with the NJ State Museum. The very talented cast is led by Mariel Rosati as Emily Roebling and Jeff Maschi as Washignton Roebling. The show also features an original musical score by Frank Grullon.
Performances wrap up with matinees at 1:30 PM on Saturday 5/24 and Sunday 5/25. Your show admission includes admission to the museum as well. Tickets and information at www.RoeblingPlay.com
May 24th marks the 131st anniversary of the Brooklyn Bridge–come out on Saturday for a special birthday surprise!