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The Reclamation of Madison Hemings
The Reclamation of Madison Hemings

April 6, 2022 at 10:30 AM

DATES
10:30AM on April 6 and 12, Virtual screenings are also available.

APPROXIMATE RUN TIME
2 hours

TICKETS
$10 for students and teachers
$16 for non-educator chaperones
One complimentary adult for every 15 student seats purchased.

CONTENT ADVISORY
The Reclamation of Madison Hemings contains some profanity, animal death, and frank discussions about slavery in the United States. These topics may be unsettling to younger students. A script preview is available upon request.  

ABOUT THE SHOW
It’s 1866, and the Civil War has ended. Madison Hemings, son of Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson, and Israel Jefferson, former enslaved footman, return to Monticello in search of Israel’s brother. Together, they must face their conflicting feelings about their shared past, as they reframe the narrative of American history. Slavery has been abolished, but what really has changed? From what personal bonds do we need to break free? And where do we need to hold on tight? Don’t miss this gripping world premiere about history, family, and hard truths.

*Part of IRT's INclusion Series: Celebrating Diverse Storytelling

 

The Reclamation of Madison Hemings is on the OneAmerica Mainstage. 

The Reclamation of Madison Hemings
The Reclamation of Madison Hemings

April 12, 2022 at 10:30 AM

DATES
10:30AM on April 6 and 12, Virtual screenings are also available.

APPROXIMATE RUN TIME
2 hours

TICKETS
$10 for students and teachers
$16 for non-educator chaperones
One complimentary adult for every 15 student seats purchased.

CONTENT ADVISORY
The Reclamation of Madison Hemings contains some profanity, animal death, and frank discussions about slavery in the United States. These topics may be unsettling to younger students. A script preview is available upon request.  

ABOUT THE SHOW
It’s 1866, and the Civil War has ended. Madison Hemings, son of Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson, and Israel Jefferson, former enslaved footman, return to Monticello in search of Israel’s brother. Together, they must face their conflicting feelings about their shared past, as they reframe the narrative of American history. Slavery has been abolished, but what really has changed? From what personal bonds do we need to break free? And where do we need to hold on tight? Don’t miss this gripping world premiere about history, family, and hard truths.

*Part of IRT's INclusion Series: Celebrating Diverse Storytelling

 

The Reclamation of Madison Hemings is on the OneAmerica Mainstage. 

The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin
The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin

April 26, 2022 at 10:30 AM

DATES
10:30AM on April 26, Virtual screenings are also available.
10:00AM on April 27
10:30 AM on May 3

APPROXIMATE RUN TIME
2 hours, 15 minutes

TICKETS
$10 for students and teachers
$16 for non-educator chaperones
One complimentary adult for every 15 student seats purchased

CONTENT ADVISORY
The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin is a family drama that contains profanity and references to suicide. A script preview is available upon request. 

ABOUT THE SHOW
Despite the US ban against Chinese immigrants, Harry Chin forged a new identity to earn precious American dollars to send home to his starving village. Now he is trapped between two families and two worlds. Seasoned with magic and mystery, this hauntingly theatrical tale from our overlooked history considers the personal and political repercussions of making a group of people illegal.

*Part of IRT's INclusion Series: Celebrating Diverse Storytelling

 

The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin is on the IRT Upperstage.

The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin
The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin

April 27, 2022 at 10 AM

DATES
10:30AM on April 26, Virtual screenings are also available.
10:00AM on April 27
10:30 AM on May 3

APPROXIMATE RUN TIME
2 hours, 15 minutes

TICKETS
$10 for students and teachers
$16 for non-educator chaperones
One complimentary adult for every 15 student seats purchased

CONTENT ADVISORY
The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin is a family drama that contains profanity and references to suicide. A script preview is available upon request. 

ABOUT THE SHOW
Despite the US ban against Chinese immigrants, Harry Chin forged a new identity to earn precious American dollars to send home to his starving village. Now he is trapped between two families and two worlds. Seasoned with magic and mystery, this hauntingly theatrical tale from our overlooked history considers the personal and political repercussions of making a group of people illegal.

*Part of IRT's INclusion Series: Celebrating Diverse Storytelling

 

The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin is on the IRT Upperstage.