Stamping, Shouting and Singing Home

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Inspired by the life of Sojourner Truth, the well-known abolitionist and early feminist, it tells the story of her fictitious great-great-granddaughter Lizzie Walker, and her transformation from child to adult activist in the Southern States of America. Through the songs and stories of the women in her family, Lizzie comes to understand the importance of her own past and her place in history.

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Description

Creators
Lisa Evans, playwright

 

Details

62 pgs. 4 female

Originally produced by Watford Palace Theatre, UK, in 1986

Run Time: 75 minutes

Audience Recommendation: 8+

Synopsis

Inspired by the life of Sojourner Truth, the well-known abolitionist and early feminist, it tells the story of her fictitious great-great-granddaughter Lizzie Walker, and her transformation from child to adult activist in the Southern States of America. Through the songs and stories of the women in her family, Lizzie comes to understand the importance of her own past and her place in history.

“[An] exuberant, affecting play.” -Time Out, UK

“One of the most inspirational pieces of children’s theatre to hit the stage this year, this beautiful play deals with difficult issues in a really approachable way.” -London Town, UK

“This may be an issue play, but it has none of the worthiness that normally dogs such drama for children. It sings with hope in the face of terrible family tragedy and dances with the comedy of white women desperate to maintain their privilege.” -The Guardian, UK

Classroom Reading Fee: $50 per classroom, per semester
Amateur/Educational Royalty Fee: $75 per performance
Professional Royalty Fee: please inquire for a quote
The royalty fee includes permission to make copies of the perusal script for your cast.

 

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Additional information

Script Type

Demo CD, Hard Copy Perusal, PDF Perusal, Written Score Hard Copy, Written Score PDF

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