"Nothing To See Here" musical by Bryan Blaskie '09

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Nothing To See Here

Book and music by Bryan Blaskie

Book and lyrics by Laurie Hochman

Featuring performances by Jonathan Christopher (Hamilton) and Forest VanDyke (Choir Boy)

In the summer of 1925, the struggling town of Dayton, Tennessee, hosted a trial that claimed national headlines and divided the country: the Scopes Monkey Trial, the first major anti-Evolution court case. Nothing to See Here is the story of Frank Robinson, the man who built the trial as a publicity stunt for his town, and May Robinson, his wife who longs to save her family from falling apart in a seemingly Godless town. Of course, notorious reporter H.L. Mencken is there to spin their story—and to uncover what the truth behind the trial really is.

Preview of “Nothing To See Here,” a musical by Bryan Blaskie ‘09: Wednesday, Feb 3, at 7:30 p.m. on YouTube

Posted Date 
Wednesday, February 3, 2021

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