This looks wonderful!
A collaboration between Underground Railway Theater and The Providence Black Repertory Company, this East Coast Premiere by Lydia R. Diamond brings Harriet Jacobs' astonishing true story, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, to the stage. This "immensely sophisticated" play about human oppression, and how certain people rise above it, allows Jacobs to reach out to us from her own era and compel us to look at our history as if for the first time in her unsparing yet beautifully poetic coming-of-age story.
Adapted by Lydia R. Diamond
Directed by Megan Sandberg-Zakian
Set and Object Design by Susan Zeeman Rogers
Lighting design by David Roy
Costume design by Chip Schoonmaker
Original music by Clarice LaVerne-Thompson
Movement design by Melody Ruffin Ward
Stage Managed by Dominique Burford
Kortney Adams, Ramona Alexander, Sheldon Best, De'lon Grant, Obehi Janice, Mishell Lilly, Kami Smith, and Raidge.
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