Ray Bradbury’s Yestermorrows opens July 10 at the Fremont Centre Theatre in South Pasadena, CA. The suite of stories includes two theatrical classics and one presented on stage for the very first time:
The new story is “The Meadow.” The elderly night watchman at a motion picture studio lot finds himself with a great responsibility: He is the protector of the entire world. There are those who would come to destroy, and the old man must summon all his wit and intelligence to dissuade them from their grim task.
For classic chills on a warm summer night: “Cistern” is the story of a young couple in love. They’re undead and “live” in the cistern that runs underneath the city.
“A Device Out of Time” is a tale in which youngsters discover the secrets of time travel and, while they still can, visit the sights and sounds of decades past.
The play will run on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from July 11 through August 29. The Fremont Centre Theatre is located at 1000 Fremont Ave., South Pasadena, CA 91030. A little bird tells me that Bradbury usually attends Saturday evening (except during Comic-Con.)
[Thanks to John King Tarpinian for the story.]