The March 10, 1956 Ames Daily Tribune (Ames, IA) ran this story about a local play called Futurama 2056. The entire piece appears below.
Food in capsules, clothes you can throw away - these are a few of the features of the future to be seen in the play, "Futurama 2056," which will be presented at the general meeting of the Ames Woman's Club Monday at 2:30 p.m.
The play, a comedy fantasy, written by Mrs. George Town, will show two children of the future clad in close-fitting disposable garments and wearing space helmets. These children are being checked out before starting for the Space Drome for exercise classes. Transportation for the trip is the ordinary air pedicycles of the period.
When the study room of the future comes into view, the club committee women will be seen discussing a financial problem of the period.
Mrs. AJ Knudson plays the part of the committee chairman in whose home the play takes place.
Daisy Johnson portrays the Lady in Charge of the Household.
Mrs. W. J. Peer and Mrs. Dean Dickson are delegates with voting power.
Mrs. Joe Lawlor will play a character with flash back tendencies.
Mrs. B. R. Rozeboom, chairman of the Drama workshop, has entered the production in the Play Festival competition. The entire cast plans to present it in Iowa City during the Play Festival period, April 6.
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