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Performance: Voices of Freedom


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This series of museum theater programs relates to freedom from different perspectives. This season, programs include She Had on When She Went Away, with an exploration of the material culture and lives of self-liberated Black women in the 18th century and the society they inhabited; From Freedom to Slavery, where after making a free life for herself as an adopted Shawnee Indian, Methotaskee is brought back into slavery; God is My Rock, where Gowan Pamphlet, an enslaved man and popular local preacher, offers his perspective on slavery, religion, and freedom; and All Things Are Possible, where Robert Carter III, the largest slaveholder in Virginia, does what most of his peers consider impossible.

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Performance: Voices of Freedom

Hennage Auditorium

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