Tuesday, February 21, 2017

‘Beyond the Oak Trees’ Audience Cheers

The Audience Has Spoken!

Everyone LOVES Beyond the Oak Trees!

Ademide Akintilo,* Abigail Ramsay, Elijah J. Coleman*

"The projection [design]s were very effective. It gave you the visuals of the past with important figures of those who were risen up since people were emancipatedand came through the underground railroad, and the acting...It was excellent.”

Susan Klein

Princeton, NJ

Elijah J. Coleman,*  Ademide Akintilo,* Abigail Ramsay 

Devon Dodson

Bronx, NY

“Come with an open-mind and the show will give itself. Do you want to see something fun, something with a littlebit of history and something you can relate to, then come see Beyond the Oak Trees.”

Abigail Ramsay 

“I really appreciated how many different layersthere were...It was surprising but not out of place."

Maren Ogg

Metuchen, NJ

Ademide Akintilo,* Abigail Ramsay

Dawud Smith

Newark, NJ

“It was eye opening,  informative,definitely something I would come back to see. Even as an African American history buff, some of the content I was familiar with and some information I did not realize. It served as an educational pinpoint for me.”

Elijah J. Coleman,* Abigail Ramsay

"I wish my 18-year old daughter could have seen it. She would have appreciated the modern take on Harriet Tubman."

Nicole Dookie
Freehold, NJ

Elijah J. Coleman,* Ademide Akintilo*

Marjorie Hall

Plainfield, NJ

“The show was different.  Beyond the Oak Trees is a wonderful opportunity for those of you who do and do not have any knowledge of black history. You can get it here and get it accurately.”

  Elijah J. Coleman*

“You may think you know a lot of about Harriet Tubman but once you see this show you’ll see how this still relates to us and how it is inspiring younger people today.”

Patricia Lewis

Richmond, VA

Ademide Akintilo*

Kathy Valencia

Somerset, NJ

“I really enjoyed the way they contrasted the black experience today and what the black experience would have been during slavery. It is going to make me think for quite a while about a couple of subjects.”

Purchase Tickets Today!

Abigail Ramsay

Photography: William M. Brown
*Appears courtesy Actors' Equity Association

 

Crossroads Theatre Company thanks its major supporters:

American Express

Johnson & Johnson

Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation

Middlesex County Cultural & Heritage Commission

New Brunswick Cultural Center

New Jersey Council on the Arts/ Department of State, 

a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.

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