"National Pastime" returns to Spokane Civic Theatre to celebrate 75th anniversary of signing of baseball legend Jackie Robinson
Spokane Civic Theatre has renewed "National Pastime," a play from Spokane playwright Bryan Harnetiaux, which tells the story of Jackie Robinson, who made history as the first black athlete signed to a Major League Baseball team 75 years ago.
Tickets are $10 for students, $25 for adults and can be purchased online at the Theatre's website!
Spokane Civic Theatre's resident playwright, 75-year-old Bryan Harnetiaux, wrote and produced 'National Pastime' in 1997 after reading a biogr…
Trè Terry stars as Jackie Robinson, an American baseball legend who broke the color barrier as the first black player signed to a Major League…
A message of unity: 'National Pastime' explores how baseball legend Jackie Robinson paved the way for black athletes
Trè Terry portrays baseball legend Jackie Robinson in the renewed production of "National Pastime," a play written by Spokane playwright Bryan…
Trè Terry hesitated to accept the role of historic baseball star, Jackie Robinson, in the stage play "National Pastime." In the end, he chose …