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Let Freedom Ring: Music and Poetry of Black History

Tuesday, February 5, 2019 - 7:00pm until 8:00pm

Perhaps never has language been used more thoughtfully or effectively than by those who fought for freedom and the equal rights of all people. Experience these uniquely powerful and beautiful words and melodies in this moving show which celebrates the authors and brings them to life on the stage. Meet important characters like Maya Angelou, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth and many more who lent their voices to this important and inspiring tale – the tale of Freedom. Featuring Bright Star Touring Theatre. Best for Grade 3rd - Adults. $4.00 Admission. (843) 537-8420 x 12. For more details about this event, please visit the website here.

Location Details:

221 Market St.
Cheraw, SC 29520
Phone:
(843) 537-8425

Part of the original town plan, the green is the site of a remarkable collection of 19th century public buildings all surrounded by charming turn-of-the-century commercial buildings. The Town Hall (c. 1858), Market Hall (c. 1837), and the Inglis-McIver Law Office (c.1830) join the Cheraw Lyceum Museum built around 1820 which houses exhibits on Cheraw's history (Free admission). The keys for the museum may be picked up at the Chamber of Commerce office, Mon.-Fri. A Pee Dee River Artifacts Museum Room is just adjacent on the north side; the Theatre on the Green (c. 1920) on the south side of Market Street. Cheraw.