Feb 24, 2022 - Feb 26, 2022 |Marshall E. Rinker, Sr. Playhouse
Imagine what would have or could have happened if the last living relative of Abraham Lincoln was a passenger on the same bus the night Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to move her seat. This original play, narrated by Avery Sommers, explores the issues of that era—issues that are still relevant today. Experience this moving, engaging and important performance.
Made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis
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