Tituba and Nat: Pair of One-Person Shows Depicts Slave Narratives
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The last date listed for Tituba and Nat was Saturday March 30, 2013 / 4:00pm.
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Featured review from Blanca Ruiz
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Two Excellent Performances! I highly recommend you going. The author, of these plays did an outstanding job at bringing to life through his monologues two very interesting African-American historical characters. The actors couldn't be better. They did an awesome job.
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I had never been to the Black Repertory Group theater before and was pleasantly surprised at the very nice theater. The two solo performance pieces were very good, both about black people during slavery who fought back against oppression. No...continued
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