By ALYSSA RICHARDSON
WARSAW — The National Players return to the Warsaw Performing Arts Center to present one of the most often-read and beloved works in the literary canon, “A Tale of Two Cities.” This professional group will bring this Charles Dickens beloved story to life on stage 7 p.m. March 24, at the Warsaw Performing Arts Center.
The National Players will hone in on a duality of divergent worlds, retelling Dickens’ classic with the undeniable and surprising theatricality that has become a National Players trade mark. Rooted in the personal and societal violence that inspired the French Revolution, “A Tale of Two Cities” will surely captivate.
This show sponsored by the Kosciusko County Community Foundation and the Warsaw Community School PTO. Tickets are $5 and available at the Warsaw Performing Arts Center box office or by phone, (574) 371-5040.
You can also get your tickets and choose your seats online at www.ataleoftwocities.brownpapertickets.com.