UCLU Musical Theatre Society present an amateur production of Jason Robert Brown’s iconic musical Parade, in association with UCLU Stage Crew Society.
“Evermore lives the dream of Atlanta, evermore her eternal pride ..."
Parade tells the gripping true story of Leo Frank, a Brooklyn born Jew living in Atlanta, Georgia in 1913. Accused of the murder of Mary Phagan, a young girl working in his factory, the show follows “the trial of the century” as the audience hears the haunting accounts and is left to make their own verdict. Already guilty in the eyes of those around him, a sensationalist journalist and an untrustworthy caretaker seal Leo’s fate.