ALABAMA 200 is a three-year celebration of the people, places, and events that form our rich history. Join us this season at ASF as we look to some of our native heroes whose triumphs and trials are woven into the fabric of Alabama’s history. 

Directed by: Ricardo Khan

January 26 – February 11, 2018

Red Tails, the first black pilots in the United States military, are destined to Fly in a story inspired by the Tuskegee Airmen.

Directed by: James Bowen

March 3 – May 6, 2018

Tuscumbia-native Helen Keller endeavors to find a voice and define the world around her with the help of The Miracle Worker, Annie Sullivan.

Directed by: Rodney Clark

March 9 – March 25, 2018

Legendary college football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant finds his path to the gridiron and learns what it takes to be a winner in Bear Country.

Armorer inspecting ammunition in a red-tailed P-51 Mustang’s 50-caliber machine guns.

The plane is about to leave a base in Italy for a mission against German military targets. A plane nicknamed “Stinky” can be seen in the background. Circa 1941-1945.

Helen Keller reading a braille book in the study of her home in Connecticut.

Circa 1955.

Bear Bryant during the 1958 Auburn-Alabama game at Legion Field in Birmingham, Alabama.

Auburn won the game with a score of 14 to 8. Circa 1958.