Dimensional Dance will premiere their newest work Prudence Crandall and Sarah Harris: Whole Souled Women in the fall of 2021 as it was postponed due to the pandemic. Please contact Ruth Lewis for further details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The newest piece illustrates the story of Crandall and Harris. Prudence Crandall was a Connecticut Quaker and social justice figure who taught woman of color in the 1830’s. Sarah Harris was the brave daughter of a free black man of Norwich, CT who asked Prudence for “a little more learning.” They never imagined the repercussion and emotions their actions stirred up in their quiet town of Canterbury, CT. Dimensional Dance director, Ruth Lewis consulted with Dr. Jennifer Rycenga of San Jose State University and Joan DiMartino of the Prudence Crandall Museum while creating this piece.
This project was made possible with support from the Connecticut Office of the Arts, which also receives funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
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