Haiti: Play on Haitian Revolution at Cambridge, MA Community Arts Center

June 4, 2014

On Thursday, June 12, Cambridge’s own Community Arts Center presents:
REBEL
An original play about the Haitian Revolution

This spring, the Community Art Center’s School Age Child Care Program
is working on an original playREBEL about the Haitian Revolution.

Visual, media, dance and theater arts classes at the Community Art Center are collaborating to tell the story of Johanne, a young girl coming of age in the revolutionary landscape of Saint-Domingue- the French colony that would become Haiti.

As Johanne witnesses and participates in the changing life around her she must confront her present fears and find new, future hopes. Her story is told. Through the telling, we learn what freedom, courage and responsibility mean for one girl in one country struggling for liberation.

The Community Arts Center presents:
REBEL
Thursday, June 12 • Doors open at 6:00 PM
Cambridge YMCA
820 Massachusetts Ave.
Doors open at 6:00 PM
Free and open to the public, although voluntary donations are welcome

For more information, contact James Pierre at james.adius.pierre@gmail.com

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