In the Boston Globe: Winter Arts Guide: Theater picks
NAT TURNER IN JERUSALEM Inspired by the leader of a legendary 1831 slave rebellion, Nathan Alan Davis’s drama is set on the night before Turner (played by Brandon Green) is slated to be hanged in Jerusalem, Va. Featuring Lewis D. Wheeler as Thomas R. Gray, the recorder of his confessions.
On Neighborhood Network News: Historic Drama Coming to Hibernian Hall
Benny Sato Ambush, Director of “Nat Turner in Jerusalem” for the Actors’ Shakespeare Project, and D. Farai Williams, Artistic Director for the Madison Park Development Corporation, talk about performances of the historic drama by Nathan Alan Davis starting January 30 at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury.
In Broadway World: Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s 15th Season Continues with NAT TURNER IN JERUSALEM
Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s 15th Season continues with Nat Turner in Jerusalem, performed at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury. Performances January 30 – February 24 (Press Performance: Saturday, February 2, 8:00 PM, Hibernian Hall, 184 Dudley St, Boston). For more information visit actorsshakespeareproject.org. See the full article as it appeared on BroadwayWorld.com
In the Bay State Banner: Joy to the world
“Unto This House: The King of Kings is Born,” a production by Boston playwright Alda Marshall Witherspoon, debuts at Hibernian Hall through Dec. 16. Co-presented by the Witherspoon Institute and Madison Park Development Corporation, the vibrant play uses dance, song, puppetry and passion to retell the nativity story with an emphasis on African culture. The […]