An explosive new play where rhythm, rhyme and remembrance rise. Read More >
An explosive new play where rhythm, rhyme and remembrance rise.
On a clear blue day in 2006, the supernatural emergence of a slave ship from the Hudson River in front of the Statue of Liberty sends New York City into a whirlwind of emotion in this explosive solo performance.
Featuring slam poetry, multi-character transformation and song, Daniel Beaty portrays a cast of over 40 characters who collide in an urgent, witty and moving exploration of what it means to be free.