Part of the 2020 – 2021 Peace Broadway Season, sponsored by Gibbs Cancer Center. Learn more about the full season: http://bit.ly/2TViKUt.
Special pre-Broadway engagement!
They knew they would make history, but not what history would make of them.
Fed up with living under the tyranny of British rule, John Adams attempts to persuade his fellow members of the Continental Congress to vote in favor of American Independence and sign the Declaration. But how much is he willing to compromise in the pursuit of freedom? And to whom does that freedom belong?
Direct from the American Repertory Theater at Harvard University, visionary director Diane Paulus (Jagged Little Pill, Waitress, Pippin) reexamines a pivotal moment in American history in a re-imagining of the Tony Award®-winning musical 1776 prior to its Broadway engagement at Roundabout Theatre Company.
Not recommended for children under 10 years of age. Parental discretion is advised.
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