Plays in Place will return to live performances next month with Moonlight Abolitionists at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA, October 6-9. This year, we’ll have more shows—two per night, one at 6:30pm and one at 8:30pm. This concert reading is a swirling conversation between six abolitionists buried at the Cemetery, designed to be performed outdoors under the full moon. It’s a powerful experience, not to be missed.
We have a great team this year: Megan Sandberg-Zakian is directing a cast that includes Michelle Ambila, Steven Barkhimer, Amanda Collins, Kaedon Gray, Ed Hoopman, and Brooks Reeves.
Moonlight Abolitionists was listed by Bill Marx of ArtsFuse as a Favorite Stage Production of 2021. (He also wrote a feature article on the production, and WBUR aired a great story about our work.)
Tickets just went on sale today and seating is limited so they will go fast. (Seriously. Last year they sold out in just a day.) You can get tickets here.