Tickets to Moonlight Abolitionists are now on sale!

Plays in Place will return to live performances next month with my play Moonlight Abolitionists at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA, October 6-9. This year, we’ll have more performances—two per night, one at 6:30pm and one at 8:30pm. This concert reading is a swirling conversation between six abolitionists buried at the Cemetery, designed to be performed outdoors under the full moon. It’s a powerful experience, not to be missed.

We have a great team this year: Megan Sandberg-Zakian is directing a cast that includes Michelle Ambila, Steven Barkhimer, Amanda Collins, Kaedon Gray, Ed Hoopman, and Brooks Reeves.

Moonlight Abolitionists was listed by Bill Marx of ArtsFuse as a Favorite Stage Production of 2021. (He also wrote a feature article on the production, and WBUR aired a great story about our work.)

Tickets just went on sale last week and seating is limited so they will go fast. (Seriously. Last year they sold out in just a day.) You can get tickets here.