Monologues on Main: Stroll, Sip and Soak Up History

“Monologues on Main” offers Greenwood a unique, fun and SAFE theatrical experience.  Masks are required and social distancing will be strictly enforced.   All local, state and CDC guidelines will be followed.

As you stroll down Uptown Greenwood down Main Street you will encounter remarkable historical figures from our past.  Stop a while and listen.  You are guaranteed to not only be entertained but will  also have the opportunity to learn something new about these amazing figures and perhaps even explore different aspects of freedoms we all hold so dear.  Here’s our talented cast:

Monique Sacay-Bagwell -Patsy Takemoto Mink

Patricia DeVroomen – Jane Austen

Michael Genevie – Mark Twain

Byron Hilley – Thomas Edison

Keith Jameson- Andy Warhol

Mary Lynn Polk – Eleanor Roosevelt

Louise Robinson -Wangari Muta Maathai

Stacey Robinson – Frederick Douglass

Tracie Rush – Lucille Ball

Bess Park – Amelia Earhart

Jeff Smith – Abraham Lincoln

Lisa Smith – Clara Barton

Charlie Stowe – William Shakespeare

Tickets will be sold in front of Howards on Main, 330 Main Street, beginning at 6:00 on September 18 – 19 and 2:30 on Sunday September 20th.  Monologues will start at 6:30 on September 18 – 19 and at 3:00 on Sunday.  Since the monologues will be performed during a one hour time frame ( 6:30 – 7:30 on 9/17-19 and 3:00 -4:00 on 9/20) it will be helpful to get your tickets early, prior to the first monologue.  Each ticket is good for two days during the four day run along with two glasses of wine or beer, or  two sodas or two bottled waters and ticket holders will be guaranteed a socially distanced chair at each monologue station. 

Ticket prices are:

Two Day Adult ticket – $20.00

Two Day Student Ticket for ages 13 – 20 – $10.00

Two Day Child Ticket for ages 6 – 12 – $5.00

Children 5 and under – Free

We hope to see you out and about at  uptown Greenwood on September 18 – 20. We at Wild Hare believe that the arts do not have to be closed down. The arts must be creative and find ways to remain vital and fresh as we strive to maintain our dignity and agency in a time of such turmoil and unknowing.

If you have questions, please email Bess ( or call 864-337-4169.