The Cayuga Community College Foundation is sponsoring a multi-media stage production of A Change Gon’ Come at 7 p.m. Thursday, November 7 in the Irene A. Bisgrove Community Theatre, Auburn Campus, 197 Franklin St.
The free performance will kick off the Harriet Tubman: No Longer Underground Symposium and is open to the public.
The production is the story of the African-American plight from slavery to freedom via the Underground Railroad and Harriet Tubman, the “Black Moses.” It is a tale of love, loss, pain, suffering, and triumph. Expect to be entertained and educated, while you experience emotions from sorrow to jubilation.
A Change Gon’ Come is a creative telling of the life and struggle of Harriet Tubman. This two-act play, explores the history of the African-American people by chronicling a truthful, honest, respectful, and compelling account of one of our most famous Americans. Through music, dance, and storytelling, the 17-member cast presents an entertaining depiction of the historical events in which Harriet Tubman was involved.
Check out the trailer of the performance:
The production is made possible through contributions to the Cultural Enrichment fund and the Ruth P. Thomas Arts Fund.
For more information about this performance, contact the College Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or 315-255-1743, ext. 2328.