A Woman of Action! Harriet Tubman and Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Day
As Close to Meeting Harriet Tubman as You will Ever Be!
A family day at the theatre.
Live performance that Entertains, Educates and Empowers all to take Action for a Better Life.
Karol Brown and James Brown of Brown Tones Productions will perform a musical storytelling event. For over 12 year Brown Tones Productions have spellbound audiences as Karol is the charming, jovial Aunt Harriet, a 92 year old version of Harriet Tubman, best known as the most renowned conductor on the Underground Railroad.
A lady born a slave in 1820, freed herself and went back to free others. Harriet Tubman was the first woman in the US History to serve in a war behind enemy lines, a long time caregiver and a great leader.
Hear Aunt Harriet tell her stories, and the songs of the time, Negro Spirituals sung by James Brown, a smooth tenor that will touch your spirit.
Musicians: Jay Kenny, Keyboard and Hank Philips on Bass.
Featuring Ann Mumford, A long time Health Advocate in the Education of prevention of HIV/AIDS in the African American Community and Women.
Mistress of Ceremony, TV Tacoma Host, Carolyn Mitchell.
Health Information booths and concessions.
Mt. Tahoma High School Theater (View)
4634 South 74th Street
Tacoma, WA 98409
|Minimum Age: 0|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|