Harriet’s Return rescheduled for January 14, 2017

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Saturday, January 14 at 7:30pm

Venue: Historic Dock Street Theatre
Address: 135 Church Street
Admission: $36 Adults; $21 Students (*not suitable for students under the age of 10.)
Produced by: Charleston Black Theatre
Award-winning and critically acclaimed, Harriet’s Return: Based Upon The Legendary Life of Harriet Tubman is a full theatrical production that takes audiences on a deeply personal, high energy journey into the private and public life of this famed Underground Railroad conductor, spiritual icon, revolutionary, and entrepreneur, whose life spanned nine decades and still influences the consciousness of people throughout the world.

Gullah Geechee Knows Emanuel rescheduled for February 4, 2017

Venue: Harvest Pointe Church of Christ
Address: 4870 Piedmont Ave, North Charleston
Admission: $16 General; $6 Children under 12
Produced by:
De Gullah/Geechee Angel Network presents a Carlie Towne Production

Saturday, February 4 at 7:00pm

Gullah/Geechee Knows Emanuel: A Gullah/Geechee Story takes the audience on a journey through the Gullah/Geechee memories of the history of Emanuel in Charleston, SC from the founding of Emanuel AME by Denmark Vesey and Gullah Jack to the tragic slaying of nine members of Emanuel AME in 2015.   The history and legacy of the unity of the Gullah/Geechee family emerges in this dramatic presentation that retells the memories of Gullah/Geechees that have had to survive from chattel enslavement to the present.  In the midst of it all, they know that GOD has kept them being able to continue their traditions and sustain their legacy.  So, they come together to continue to hold one another up and educate their children on how to thrive and survive in faith as they remember Emanuel.

Gullah/Geechee Knows Emanuel: A Gullah/Geechee Story is a play produced by Carlie Towne Productions in collaboration with Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation.   The play is co-written by Carlie Towne and Queen Quet. This project was funded in part by the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs and the City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Program through their joint administration of the Lowcountry Quarterly Arts Grant Program and the South Carolina Arts Commission which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the John and Susan Bennett Memorial Arts Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation of SC.