Woodie King, Jr.'s New Federal Theatre presents a 20th anniversary restaging of this bioplay on Harriet Tubman, written and performed by Karen Jones Meadows. More…
The production takes audiences on a deeply personal, high energy journey into the private and public life of this famed Underground Railroad conductor, spiritual icon, revolutionary, and entrepreneur, whose life spanned nine decades and still influences the consciousness of people throughout the world.
See it if You are interested in learning about Harriet Tubman at different stages of her life.Interesing ,but a bit drawn out.
Don't see it if You don't like non musical solo performances
See it if you are interested in America's history, like one-woman shows
Don't see it if you don't like one-woman shows, are expecting lots of "bells and whistles"
See it if You want to see a great performance about a legend. You want to laugh. You want to learn about Harriet Tubman in a wonderful setting.
Don't see it if You are not interested in history. You want to miss out on a great performance. You don't want to be thoroughly entertained.
See it if Have interests in historical figures and particularly in what seemed like first-hand accounts of the African American experience in history
Don't see it if You don’t like storytelling and cannot follow along with your imagination, if you dislike solo shows, if you can’t stay focused for 2 hours
See it if You want to see a terrific performance about an inspiring figure in history. She had an amazing journey with so much pain but also much goo.
Don't see it if Don’t like 1 person shows - won’t be moved by the life of an American hero that overcame she obstacles to accomplish so much.