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Harriet Tubman Visits A Therapist: A Play in One Act By Carolyn Gage
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Harriet Tubman, suspected of planning an escape, has been sent to the therapist, another African-American woman, for an evaluation. Radical activism meets one-day-at-a-time therapism. Published... More > by Samuel French, presented at Louisville Juneteenth Festival, winner of Off-Off Broadway Festival.< Less
Harriet Tubman Visits A Therapist: A Play in One Act By Carolyn Gage
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Harriet Tubman, suspected of planning an escape, has been sent to the therapist, another African-American woman, for an evaluation. Radical activism meets one-day-at-a-time therapism. Published... More > by Samuel French, presented at Louisville Juneteenth Festival, winner of Off-Off Broadway Festival.< Less
Harriet Tubman Visits a Therapist: A One-Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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Harriet Tubman, suspected of planning an escape, has been sent to the therapist, another African-American woman, for an evaluation. Radical activism meets one-day-at-a-time therapism. Published... More > by Samuel French, presented at Louisville Juneteenth Festival, winner of Off-Off Broadway Festival.< Less
The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and Selected Plays By Carolyn Gage
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Lambda Award National Winner! Collection of seven historical plays by Carolyn Gage, including: The Second Coming of Joan of Arc,The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman,The Parmachene Belle,Calamity... More > Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, Cookin’ with Typhoid Mary,Harriet Tubman Visits A Therapist,and Artemisia and Hildegard.< Less
The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and Selected Plays By Carolyn Gage
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Gage's award-winning collection of plays, including The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman, The Parmachene Belle, Cookin' with Typhoid Mary, Harriet Tubman Visits A... More > Therapist, Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, and Artemisia and Hildegard. National winner of the Lambda Literary Award in Drama.< Less
The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and Selected Plays By Carolyn Gage
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Carolyn Gage's award-winning collection of plays, including The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman, Cookin' with Typhoid Mary, Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her... More > Daughter, Artemisia and Hildegard, and The Parmachene Belle. Winner of Lambda Literary Award in Drama.< Less
SAMUEL SEEKS MISTER LINCOLN By Richard Baker
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Samuel Seeks Mister Lincoln, takes you on a trip with this young fourteen year old slave from deep in Virginia, hopefully, to Washington. His mother had told him on her deathbed that Mister Lincoln... More > would take care of things. The time period is shortly after the Battle of Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862. All of the Civil War events, and the Underground Railroad are true. Harriet Tubman, Aunt Mary Dines are real. Duff Greens Row was a contraband camp on Capitol Hill. Abraham Lincoln did visit Mary and Uncle Ben, who could not read, but did all the praying for the “old folks.” Abe would go to listen to Uncle Ben and to hear and sing with the people when his heart was heavy due to the Civil War.< Less
SAMUEL SEEKS MISTER LINCOLN By Richard Baker
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Samuel Seeks Mister Lincoln, takes you on a trip with this young fourteen year old slave from deep in Virginia, hopefully, to Washington. His mother had told him on her deathbed that Mister Lincoln... More > would take care of things. The time period is shortly after the Battle of Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862. All of the Civil War events, and the Underground Railroad are true. Harriet Tubman, Aunt Mary Dines are real. Duff Greens Row was a contraband camp on Capitol Hill. Abraham Lincoln did visit Mary and Uncle Ben, who could not read, but did all the praying for the “old folks.” Abe would go to listen to Uncle Ben and to hear and sing with the people when his heart was heavy due to the Civil War.< Less