by Karen Jones Meadows
Directed by Margaret E. Hall with Associate Director/Dramaturg Susan Spain
Pictured: Lauren E. Banks and Zorkie Nelson
Travel back in time and journey north on the Underground Railroad with Harriet Tubman in this special adaptation. Harriet shares her story of bravery, resilience, and triumph as she fights for her freedom and the freedom of countless other African American slaves. Harriet’s account comes to life with live accompaniment from a professional African drummer. This narrative truly demonstrates the power of one individual to affect and inspire the lives of many.
The student matinee performance on March 15 is currently sold out.
Learn more about our student matinees from the Collaborative School of the Arts.
“Harriet Tells It Like It Is” is also coming to our other two venues, don’t miss your chance to see this amazing show!
Universal Preservation Hall – 11 a.m. Saturday, March 4
Proctors – 11 a.m. Saturday, March 11
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