August 5-14, 2016
The Art’s Council’s HanesBrands Theatre
Peppercorn Theatre at the Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem will close out its sixth summer season with The Tourist Trap, an original musical featuring a live bluegrass folk band and puppets.
When Rose and Euguene Wayward find themselves stranded with a broken down car on the way to their daughter’s wedding, they discover an unbelievable adventure lying just around the bend. The Steppup Family, a band of bluegrass-playing puppets, welcome the travelers to their struggling roadside attraction, where through song and story, the Waywards discover the incredible potential of family, no matter what size, shape, or color it may come in.
The Tourist Trap is being presented as a “Pay What You Can” performance. Peppercorn Theatre at the Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem strives to make theatre available to all audiences of Winston-Salem. Please feel free to pay what you can for tickets to this performance, whether it is $1 or $100. For Peppercorn, the most important thing is having you there.