Black Pearl Sings
Highlighted by beautiful, a cappella renditions of little-known African-American folk songs, this play tells the Depression-era story of two extraordinary women: a gifted singer stuck in a Texas prison and the Library of Congress song collector who is determined to introduce her silky voice and steely spirit to the world.
Previews January 25-31.
Opens February 1.
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