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Harriet Tubman: An American Moses
a one act, comedy/drama
CATEGORY : COMEDY CHILDREN
by Gay Monteverde

COMPANY : Live Arts Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Belfry Playhouse (inside Norcross Presbyterian Church) [WEBSITE]
ID# 5555

SHOWING : October 04, 2019 - October 06, 2019

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

When a storyteller summons Harriet Tubman from the past, one of America’s greatest heroines offers to divulge the details of her extraordinary life. As the storyteller portrays the diverse characters from her past, from Frederick Douglas to plantation owners, Harriet relives her humble beginnings with her family through the end of the Civil War. Though widely known for her unimaginable feats of courage, this play also explores the finer details of Harriet’s life, evoking her more nuanced messages of hope and faith in other people.

Recommended for audiences ages: 13+ due to moderate adult language, adult situations and violence.


CAST & CREW LIST
Producer Chitra Sampath
Director Andrea Hermitt
Set design Andrea Hermitt
Assistant Director/Music Becca Parker
Set design Jordan Hermitt
Costume Design Jordan Hermitt
Stage Manager Rodney Johnson
Assistant Stage Manager Jeffrey Liu
Lighting Design Becca Parker
Harriet Tubman Celeste Campbell
Harriet Tubman (understudy) Jordan Hermitt
Storyteller Thomas Jenkins
Storyteller (understudy) Jeffrey Liu
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