Harriet Stage Play
By airany, Updated
The objective of this play is to perform a play of roughly five minutes to our audience as a demonstration of one of the activities that they will experience during the event of “Route 31” Bring Your Own Bike A-Ton. This play is about Harriet Tubman, a free slave that became a civil right activist. Testing this concept will help us to know more or less if we are on the right track. Feedback receive and also what we will observe from the audience reaction, goes into play for future adjustments. Reasons why we choose to display a live performance of what the theatre play with be like is because we want our audience to live/be a part of the experience instead of just talking to them.
The script will explain in detail what will take place. In short, the play demonstrates just a part of Harriett Tubman bringing a group of slaves through the underground railroad so they can too, like her be free but in the end the slaves take their smartphones out, another form of slavery.
VOICE OVER, INTRO HARRIET
YOU SHOULD NOT SPEND ANOTHER NIGHT IMPRISONED. YOU GOT TO BE FREE
WAKE UP, IT'S TIME
WE CAN NOT STOP NOW. THERE IS NO TELLING HOW FAR BEHIND US THEY ARE.
YOU STAY OR I SHOOT, YOU WILL NOT JEOPARDIZE OTHERS FREEDOM
I freed a thousand slaves I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves
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