This performance is a collection of original monologues with music and drumming.
"You won't want to miss this show. Seventeen writers examine 419 graves of anonymous men, women, and children slaves indentured servants, and free people who lived during the colonial era and are buried in the African Burial Ground in Lower Manhattan. Their names and daily lives have been imagined from contents of each grave. Unheard Voices, a monologue play with music, brings to life a moment in time that might have been and gives voices to those African descended individuals who lived, loved, laughed and endured on the streets of 17th and 18th century New York."
The show runs approximately sixty minutes and there will be a talk back after with the ensemble.
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