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“Nat Turner in Jerusalem" by Nathan Alan Davis
“The sparse, persuasive two-hander examines America’s racial history, but feels disturbingly close to the present day.” – The Village Voice
In August 1831, Nat Turner led a slave uprising that shook the conscience of the nation. Turner’s startling account of his prophecy and the insurrection was recorded and published by attorney Thomas R. Gray. This timely play imagines Turner’s final night in a jail cell in Jerusalem, Virginia, as he is revisited by Gray and they reckon with what has passed, and what the dawn will bring. Woven with vivid imagery and indelible lyricism, Nat Turner in Jerusalem examines the power of anView more
Preview performances (8/11 & 8/12): $20. Reg. Admission: $35 in advance; $40 day of; $15 students.
Seating is reserved and adheres to current guidance from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to protect the health of our staff, artists, patrons, and community. Please book your entire party in the same purchase as seats will be grouped according to party size. To learn more about our current policies and what to expect when attending a performance this summer please visit http://www.what.org/public-health-and-covid-19/
2357 Old Route 6 Rd, Wellfleet, MA 02667
A public parking lot is available