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ABOUT THE SHOW
A Journey is an intimate and powerful exploration of history and the Black Woman's experience. Kimberly Wilson tells of the struggles and influence of Black Womanhood with courage, dignity, faith, hope, and strength in perfect lockstep with the history of the United States.
Follow eight women in eight pivotal generations as she presents their stories through song, movement and monologue.
Joyful celebration and painful reflection tell a story of persistence and courage, and how Black Womanhood, not always intricately woven into the fabric of American history, is an important thread that weaves the tapestry together.
After the performance, the audience is invited to stay for a brief talk-back, extending the impact of this theatrical experience.
"Women in the American Revolution" is the second of Eric's programs this spring. It is FREE, open to all, and will be held in the museum's Huntington Hall on Saturday, March 23, 2024 at 2pm.
Free will donations gratefully accepted. (Suggested donation, $10)
We're so pleased to playing host to Richter Association for the Arts Spring 2024 concerts. The first concert will be Sunday, April 7, at 3pm, and we hope we'll see you there! The full schedule is available HERE.
The Danbury Museum's 2024 exhibit, "The Art of Quilting," will feature a number of quilts from our extensive and important textile collection. We are looking for advertisers and sponsors to help us defray the cost of the exhibit!