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Little Row Boat or, Conjecture 

When: Thu., April 21 2016
Set during the French Revolution, Kirsten Greenidge’s new play, Little Row Boat or, Conjecture, centers on a teenage slave who gets “her first taste of freedom” when she becomes involved in one of the “most speculated about and scandalous relationships in American history.” Greenidge imagines how events unfolded in the Jefferson household as the scandal unfolded. Today at 3 p.m. at the Helen Rosenfeld Lewis Bialosky Lab Theatre, she reads from the play that’s been described as “a visceral and intricate story of convictions, contradictions, and sacrifice in the pursuit of liberty.” Tickets are $20. (Niesel)

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