Letters to Harriet Tubman
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One Performance = $975
Two Performances = $1,225
Three Performances = $1,475
Four Performances = $1,800
Capacity = 350
About Letters to Harriet Tubman
Letters to Harriet Tubman, from Paul Morse Productions, uses songs and stories of the Civil War era to tell the adventures of the heroic woman who fought slavery through the "underground railroad." Harriet Tubman, who was born a slave, grew to become one of the foremost warriors in the battle against slavery, helping and guiding hundreds of slaves, including her own parents, to travel north to freedom. In this two-character play, Harriet is joined by her guitar-playing neighbor, Jeffrey Taylor, Jr. The production examines the history of the main character and of the times, and is interspersed with lively period songs and African-American spirituals, including "Go Down, Moses," "Oh, Freedom" and "Battle Hymn of the Republic." A telling tale of the difference that can be made through the strength and courage of one individual, this performance inspires and encourages the audience to hope, dream and achieve.
Age level: All ages
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Prices good until June 30, 2024. Prices are for assemblies in schools during regular school hours. Performances outside these parameters may incur an additional fee. Grant funding for schools may be available to offset assembly prices. Contact us for further information.