Hollywood Fringe 2017: INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF A SLAVE GIRL @ Theatre of Note in Hollywood - Review


This celebrated slave narrative by Harriet Jacobs includes an account of the seven years she spent hiding out as a fugitive in her grandmother’s attic. This solo piece illuminates in shocking fashion the traumas of slavery, particularly for women and children. The audience will experience Harriet Jacobs’ powerful and moving life story as she fights for freedom on her own terms. Taken from the website

June 24 2017 

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