This is a reminder of the upcoming performance on Friday night of “Harriett Beecher Stowe: A Literary Soldier” at 7:30 PM at the Trahern Theater on the APSU Campus.
Elizabeth Davidson, a noted Nashville based actress, will be performing a one-woman play, Harriett Beecher Stowe: A Literary Soldier. Directed by Robert Keifer, the play will offer a look into the life of the noted abolitionist and author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. A discussion will be held after the performance. The play will be held at the Trahern Theater on the APSU Campus. For more information please call (931)221-6767.
The play is free and open to the public.
Here’s the directions:
The Trahern Building faces 8th Street, just off College Street. The new Hemlock SemiConductor Building is on the corner of College and 8th. The Sundquist Science Building is right across the street (8th) from the Hemlock building. When you turn down 8th street in between the Hemlock and Science buildings there is a parking lot to your RIGHT. On your left is the Trahern building.
We hope you can make this wonderful event!
Also coming at APSU soon:
March 24 – Professor Caroline Janney, Purdue University. She comes highly recommended for her program on Southern Ladies Memorial Associations, the topic of her 2008 book, from the Indianapolis CWRT among others. As these details firm up we will let you know.
Thanks to our good friends at Austin Peay for these fine programs.