WRITTEN AND PERFORMED BY MILO CRAMER
DIRECTED BY MORGAN GREEN
VIDEOGRAPHY AND VIDEO EDITING BY LESLIE RIVERA
November 21 – December 4, 2022
This is the streaming version of the Wilma’s onstage production of School Pictures, available to view on demand. Filmed by multiple cameras and edited to give you the best view of the action.
A warmhearted and funny portrait of modern school life, told in musical snapshots of individual teenagers. Writer/performer Milo Cramer was inspired by their real-life experiences as a private tutor to create what they describe as “loving musical portraits of struggling students.”
This streaming version was filmed in front of a live audience on stage at the Wilma Theater in Philadelphia. School Pictures was directed by Morgan Green, who directed the Wilma’s acclaimed digital production of Fat Ham. It was filmed and edited by Leslie Rivera, who captured and edited our digital productions of Fat Ham, Cherry Orchard, and Minor Character.
“Endearing and quietly moving … a highly valuable snapshot of life on the front lines of modern education.” -Broad Street Review READ
“Charming from start to finish … very hilarious … beautifully heartbreaking. It is absolutely worth your time and money to see this production.” -Talkin Broadway READ
Upon purchase, a link will be sent to you to view anytime Nov. 21-Dec. 4. One stream per purchase.
Our streaming platform, Overture+, allows you to watch the show on any device connected to the internet, including TVs. Need assistance? Click here to read in-depth instructions for playing the video or contact our box office.
Closed captioning is available on the player.
We are excited to offer Pay What You Wilma for this streaming production! You choose your ticket price from a set of options; all levels give you the exact same access to the show. Ticket sales only cover 30% of our costs, so if you are able, choosing a higher level helps the Wilma continue to make adventurous, awesome theater.
Contains adult language.
Special production support from Immediate Medium