By Maryland Ensemble Theatre

April 4–28

“Finally Heard brings dramatic life to a little-known chapter of the War Between the States.”
Baltimore Sun

“Finally Heard” is a culmination of research that brings to life the stories of six remarkable women during the American Civil War era: a Richmond socialite employs her former slave and childhood apprentice to spy on the Jefferson Davis household, an immigrant woman dons the persona of a man to fight in the war for employment, a small-time war merchant travels the battlefield to supply soldiers and a slave woman intimidates her owners to allow her freedom. The original script was written in 1997 by Angela D’Ambrosia, Sophie Arrick, Meg Coyle-Stanford, Gené Fouché, Rona Mensah and Wanda Schell.

April 4 – 28 at MET
May 3 & 4 at Carroll Arts Center in Westminster, MD.

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Adults $25.50, Students/Seniors $21.50
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