Understanding Alexander Hamilton and Raising a Revolutionary
Each Evening: A One-Woman Play – RAISING A REVOLUTIONARY with Accompanying Lecture.
Play Description: With a criminal record and a vengeful ex-husband, Rachael Faucett attempts to keep food on the table and prepare her son – Alexander Hamilton – for the harsh realities of the 18th century Danish West Indies.
July 6/ August 3: THE PERFECT STORM: The Childhood of Alexander Hamilton.
July 13/ August 10: THE LITTLE LION ROARS: Hamilton and the Revolution.
July 20/ August 17. THE FEDERALIST PERIOD. Building a New Nation.
July 27/ August 24: DESTINED TO DUEL: Hamilton and Burr.
Dates: Tuesdays – July 6, 13, 20, 27 and August 3, 10, 17, 24
Time: 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Program length: 90 minutes (40-minute lecture; 10-minute break; 35-minute performance of Raising a Revolutionary
Admission: Ticket link.
$40 – one night (lecture and performance)
$20 – each additional night
Performers: Jimmy Napoli – Historian/Historical Context
Eva Dorrepaal – Playwright/Performer of Raising A Revolutionary