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Incidents In the Life of a Slave Girl

solo performance · saucer & cup productions · Ages 12+ · one person show · United States of America

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TODD PICKERING certified reviewer June 04, 2017
What a great show....it might be about being trapped buy you got legs on this one...I hope you run with this for quite some time Cherita! I don't like the rating system. I think the show is VERY GOOD!... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 10, 2017
This is a powerful story presented by an extremely talented actress. Go!... full review
JANE PETROV uncertified reviewer June 10, 2017
The is a riveting, historical and emotional story. The acting and singing of Cherita Armstrong is not to be missed. She takes you on an incredible and powerful journey of Harriet Jacobs. When the play ended, I wanted to know what happened next! ... full review
LAURIE JONES certified reviewer June 13, 2017
She was absolutely wonderful. I am always hesitant to go to one person shows because it could go either way...but so glad I went to this beautiful, tragic show. The story was heartbreaking and the acting lovely. Highly recommend. ... full review
ERICA WILLIAMS certified reviewer June 15, 2017
I love shows based on actual people and Ms. Armstrong did an amazing job bring the story of Ms. Jacob to life. I hope Wynn Handman is able to expand the show to give her more to work with and delve a bit more into Ms. Harriett Jacobs life post slavery.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 24, 2017
Heartbreaking and powerfully told!!!... full review
MARGARET KEMP certified reviewer June 24, 2017
This is a story that needs to be told. Ms. Armstrong is an deeply gifted actor. This quickly paced show is driven by her stellar vocal and physical abilities. She turns on a dime from joy to pain to bring this character and the story out of history and into today. ... full review
CLEA LEWIS certified reviewer June 26, 2017
Awesome story, skillfully acted, unbelievable, yet believable at the same time, meaning that the torture she had to endure for seven years was unbelievably inconceivable, yet believable, knowing that slaves in general endured treatment that was so horrific it could never be truly re-created. Did this slave girl really endure this? Was it a story she just conceived in her mind and wrote, directed, and acted? Could she have came across the memoirs of the actual slave girl that experienced this? We just don't really know for sure.... full review