T-Jean & His Brothers: Musical Folk Parable Commemorating the Haiti Earthquake
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The last date listed for Ti-Jean & His Brothers was Thursday February 24, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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A Pulitzer Prize finalist from playwright Jordan Harrison (Orange Is the New Black), this touching… More
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This is a brilliant play, set in Haiti and very poetic. The music is superlative. Walcott didn't set it in Haiti when he wrote it in the 50s, but given the ways Haiti has been in the news in the past year, that resonance makes it very haunting. Well worth the price of the ticket!
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Underground Railway Theater and Playwrights’ Theatre at Boston University bring the powerful folk parable, Ti-Jean & His Brothers, to Cambridge.
A Carribean family is in crisis; three brothers are pulled into a dangerous game with the Devil in this fanciful, dark, and ultimately hopeful story of battling despair through fierce humor and love. _
Ti-Jean & His Brothers _celebrates resourcefulness over oppression, and of overcoming injustice through ingenuity and faith.
The production is in commemoration of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, and in celebration of Boston Playwrights’ Theatre’s 30th anniversary, and of its founder, Carribean playwright Derek Walcott.