Weekend events will also include McCarter Theatre’s world premiere of “The Princeton and Slavery Plays,” seven newly-commissioned short plays based on historical documents uncovered as a part of the research project. Playwrights include: Nathan Alan Davis, Jackie Sibblies Drury, Dipika Guha, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins ’06, Kwame Kwei-Armah, McCarter Artistic Director and Resident Playwright Emily Mann, and Regina Taylor.
After the Sunday performance I chatted with local Afro-Pop Artist Karey Maurice while traveling to his Red Balloon Studios. One of the subjects included "what are the next steps."
On Monday Karey and I attended the Princeton & Slavery - A Post Show Community Conversation with Not in Our Town Princeton The conversation was held at the Princeton Public Library with attendance over 70 ppl. After brief introductions we gathered into small groups of ~10 and chatted about the pre-selected questions.
Sorry no audio regarding the conversations as per the organizations policy, therefore you will need to do some work!