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ARTS GARAGE in Delray Beach to Present THE SPIRIT OF HARRIET TUBMAN - February 10
"Arts Garage's four-show theater season has offered powerful thematic performances so far, and our final production will be both inspirational and soul-stirring,"
February 10 (Friday) at 8 pm
The Spirit of Harriet Tubman
A One Woman Show by Leslie McCurdy
(With music by Bishop Moore & the Straghnettes of the Straghn & Sons Tri-County Funeral Home)
On a barren stage with only a trunk of costumes, Leslie McCurdy thrills her audience with her passionate portrayal of The Spirit of Harriet Tubman. For a breath-taking hour, she embodies Tubman's immortal spirit from early childhood to her elder years, sharing the life of the famous Underground Railroad conductor by recreating stories familiar and some rarely told, using words said to have been Tubman¹s own. Through it all the audience learns of the faith and conviction that drove Harriet Tubman to follow her dreams.
How to Get Tickets to The Spirit of Harriet Tubman:
Tickets are available for purchase by calling the Arts Garage at 561.450.6357 or by going online to www.ArtsGarage.org.
About Arts Garage:
Arts Garage delivers innovative, diverse, meaningful and accessible visual and performing arts experiences to Delray Beach and South Florida. "Connecting our community to the world through the Arts"—this vision drives all decision-making at Arts Garage, which brings local, emerging artists and established global performers into the local multi-cultural community (students and adults, locals and tourists, people of all ages, income levels, backgrounds)
Diversity is a hallmark of Arts Garage, which provides multicultural programming that promotes inclusion in the arts. #DiscoverDiversity isn't just a tagline—it is the cornerstone of our outreach programs, staffing, and marketing. Located at 94 NE 2nd Avenue in Delray Beach's popular Pineapple Grove (33444), Arts Garage is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization sponsored in part by the Florida Department of State Division of Cultural Affairs, the Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency, and the City of Delray Beach. For more information, please call 561.450.6357 or visit www.artsgarage.org.
The Spirit of Harriet Tubman by Leslie McCurdy (February 10)
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