The Perilous Journey of an Ozarks Aviator
Limited Engagement Performances at College of the Ozarks in The Keeter Center Royal Oak Forum
Tuesday, Oct. 2
Thursday, Oct. 4
Tuesday, Oct. 9
Saturday, Oct. 13
Tuesday, Oct. 16
Thursday, Oct. 18
Tuesday, Oct. 23
Thursday, Oct. 25
Tuesday, Oct. 30
Tuesday, Nov. 6
Thursday, Nov. 8
2 p.m. & 7 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 10
Sunday, Nov. 11
Tuesday, Nov. 13
Thursday, Nov. 15
College of the Ozarks is proud to once again present an original, patriotic play. “Flames of Freedom” is the compelling, true story of Lt. Earl Woodard, a graduate from The School of the Ozarks who became a navigator on a B-17 bomber for the Army Air Corps during World War II. Shot down in occupied France, Earl, otherwise known as “Woodie,” is transported undercover to Paris, turned over to the French Resistance, and introduced to the Queen of the Pyrenees, a key player in the effort to smuggle airmen out of occupied France. Find out what happens to Woodie and his crew in the exciting conclusion of the Jones Theatre Company’s performance of this awe-inspiring, patriotic play.
All performances are FREE and open to bus tour groups. Duration of the play is approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes. Doors open 30 minutes prior to show time.
Add lunch at The Keeter Center and make your Hard Work U.® afternoon complete! Lunch reservations recommended.
No tickets required! Limited seating available.
Groups and motor coaches, please call (417) 690-2122 for more information.
For general inquiries, please call (417) 239-1900.
Based on the book Miracle in the Ozarks
by Jerry C. Davis, College of the Ozarks President
Adapted for stage by Mark Young, M.F.A., Professor of Theatre