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A Woman Called Truth
We are always excited to see families at the theatre, but we know that parents may want information on more specific issues when deciding if a show is appropriate for their child. Below is an outline of things parents should know about A Woman Called Truth.
A Woman Called Truth chronicles the remarkable story of Sojourner Truth from the day she was a slave girl and sold away from her family, through her struggle to free herself and her son, to her emergence as revered leader and farsighted advocate for abolition, and visionary pioneer for women's rights.
The word Negro is used, as well as people being referred to as slave.
There is a brief relationship between Sojourner Truth and a man but there is no strong sexual content.
There are several references to God and Christianity in the play. The story is also told with the use of spiritual songs in between scenes.