Temple Theaters presents
Set during the first night of the historic Stonewall Riots, a group of unlikely revolutionaries are thrust to the frontlines of history. Placing the audience just on the periphery of the conflict, the story is told through a number of lenses: from a young gay teen who is spending his first day in Greenwich Village to a drag queen mourning the recent death of Judy Garland. With an imaginative and theatrical blend of history and mythology, Hit the Wall shines a contemporary light on the legacy of Stonewall.
“Gutsy, beautiful and riveting... a spectacular piece of young, raw, impassioned theater.” - Chicago Tribune
For mature audiences. Graphic violence, sexual assault and brief nudity.
Tickets: $25 General Admission, $20 Seniors/Students/TU Employees, $10 Temple Students