Take a trip into the past with a dynamic stage play that features a reenactment of Frederick Douglass.
In 1838, Frederick has made his successful escape to freedom.
Meet the splendid cast of historic men, women, and children who work on the plantation from sun up
to sundown and wonder if Frederick ever made it, ‘up the line.’
Both entertaining and educational, this production chronicles in an hour, the loves, the losses, and
the laughter of the enslaved people subjected to merciless abuse and unequivocal evil.
Despite these ancestors’ plight of horrible degradation, they persevered as one
to secure and celebrate their freedom.
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