An ensemble of skilled actors from the Poets' Theatre give voice to the wide range of anti-slavery attitudes in Massachusetts during the decades leading up to the Civil War. Black and white, female and male, well-known and obscure, these important writers and orators, including Lydia Maria Child, Paul Cuffee, Frederick Douglass, and Angelina Grimké Weld, among others, transformed fringe ideas—rejected by many in Boston as dangerous and “fanatical”—into a mainstream movement for emancipation
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Please reserve at The Poets' Theatre website: https://www.poetstheatre.org
181 Union St., Lynn, MA, 01901
From Boston and points South: Take MA-1A N, N Shore Rd and Lynnway to Union St in Lynn 25 min (10.1 mi) Turn left onto Union St Destination will be on the right 3 min (0.4 mi) 181 Union St Lynn, MA 01901 Park in parking lot and look for Trails & Sails sign! From points North: Get on I-95 S 2 min (0.3 mi) Continue on I-95 S. Take Exit 45, Lynn St, Broadway and Chestnut St to Union St in Lynn 21 min (10.3 mi) Turn right onto Union St Destination will be on the right 1 min (0.3 mi) 181 Union St Lynn, MA 01901 Park in parking lot and look for Trails & Sails sign!