“Wings,” the Summit Theatre Group’s latest production, will start its run Oct. 13-14 at the MCC-Longview’s Cultural Arts Center, 500 S.W. Longview Road in Lee’s Summit. The show is about a 70-year-old aviator named Emily Stilson who has suffered a stroke and is struggling to regain some of the basic functions of her life and livelihood. With the assistance of a young therapist, Emily slowly recreates her memory and surely starts to become a symbol of the strength of the human spirit.
“Wings,” the Summit Theatre Group’s latest production, will start its run Oct. 13-14 at the MCC-Longview’s Cultural Arts Center, 500 S.W. Longview Road in Lee’s Summit. The show is about a 70-year-old aviator named Emily Stilson who has suffered a stroke and is struggling to regain some of the basic functions of her life and livelihood. With the assistance of a young therapist, Emily slowly recreates her memory and surely starts to become a symbol of the strength of the human spirit. Photo provided
“Wings,” the Summit Theatre Group’s latest production, will start its run Oct. 13-14 at the MCC-Longview’s Cultural Arts Center, 500 S.W. Longview Road in Lee’s Summit. The show is about a 70-year-old aviator named Emily Stilson who has suffered a stroke and is struggling to regain some of the basic functions of her life and livelihood. With the assistance of a young therapist, Emily slowly recreates her memory and surely starts to become a symbol of the strength of the human spirit. Photo provided

Summit Theatre Group presents ‘Wings’

October 11, 2017 12:44 PM

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