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The gripping story of Cassie Logan's coming of age in Jim Crow Mississippi is brought to life on the stage. A large cast transforms this epic story into an inspiring tale of hope and triumph in the face of adversity.

This adaptation pulls no punches in depicting what life was like for southern blacks of the time, and as such, is a valuable teaching tool for your students in understanding the history of race relations in the United States.

Adapted from Mildred D.Taylor's book, this is an excellent addition to your 4th-8th grade Black History month curriculum (not recommended for audiences younger than 4th grade)

PLEASE NOTE: THE FEBRUARY 21 PERFORMANCE HAS BEEN MOVED TO CHICAGO, AND SEATS ARE STILL AVAILABLE FOR THIS DATE!

PALATINE - February 8, 2017
Cutting Hall
10 & 11:45am | $8.00

CHICAGO - February 15, 2017
Irish American Heritage Center
SOLD OUT
 
 

$1290 per performance (cast of 14)