In the tradition of Hairspray and Ragtime, Miami Childrens Theater stages Jason Robert Brown's achingly beautiful musical about the American South at the turn of the 20th Century. Parade recounts the true story of Leo Frank, a Jewish-American citizen from Brooklyn who finds himself running a factory in post-Civil War Atlanta. Frank is wrongfully accused of murdering one of his factory workers and tehe trial that ensues speaks to the prejudices of the South circa 1913. The Tony Award-winning Parade (2009) has been often described as the "most underrated American musical in history." Our patrons will be amazed at the the caliber of talent on our stage as we welcome the top high school singers and actors in South Florida. Please note: this musical contains mature subject matter.

 

 

 

In the tradition of Hairspray and Ragtime, Miami Childrens Theater stages Jason Robert Brown's achingly beautiful musical about the American South at the turn of the 20th Century. Parade recounts the true story of Leo Frank, a Jewish-American citizen from Brooklyn who finds himself running a factory in post-Civil War Atlanta. Frank is wrongfully accused of murdering one of his factory workers and the trial that ensues speaks to the prejudices of the South circa 1913. The Tony Award-winning Parade (2009) has been often described as the "most underrated American musical in history." Our patrons will be amazed at the the caliber of talent on our stage as we welcome the top high school singers and actors in South Florida. Please note: this musical contains mature subject matter.