Tituba and Nat: Pair of One-Person Shows Depicts Slave Narratives
The lives of two controversial African-American historical figures are depicted in this pair of one-hour solo performances from the Black Repertory Group. Tituba recounts the real-life story of a 17th century slave who was among the first accused of witchcraft during the Salem witch trials. Awarded "Most Thought-Provoking" at the Carifiesta festival, Tituba was recently filmed by PBS for its documentary The Spark of the Salem WitchHunts. Nat explores the life and untimely death of Nathaniel "Nat" Turner, a 19th century Virginian slave who led a bloody slave rebellion that resulted in countless deaths, including, ultimately, his own.
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The last date listed for Tituba and Nat was Saturday, Mar. 30, 2013 / 4:00pm.