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Home on the Mornin' Train

Presented by Black Arts & Cultural Center at Judy K. Jolliffe Theatre (formerly Epic Theatre), Kalamazoo MI

Apr 14 - 17 2016
Home on the Mornin' Train

Hope. Inspiration. Survival
Two stories of courage and faith are intertwined in this remarkable play.
We follow the path of a Jewish girl in WWII Germany and the journey of a young runaway slave in the deep South in the early 1800’s.  The means of survival for both is the underground railroad. Home on the Mornin’ Train examines the unflagging search for freedom that unites us, even across oceans and countrysides. Recommended for ages 8 and up
 

ADMISSION INFO

General Admission $ 15.00
Senior/Student $ 7.00
BACC Member $ 5.00
Familes of 4 $ 30.00

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Judy K. Jolliffe Theatre (formerly Epic Theatre)

359 S. Kalamazoo Mall, Suite 205, Kalamazoo, MI 49007

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