Born on January 3, 1793 on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, Lucretia Coffin Mott was an early feminist activist and strong advocate for ending slavery. A powerful orator, she dedicated her life to speaking out against racial and gender injustice. Come February 13 @7pm, our Woodbridge based tenants at Fox Hill Run, Forest View, Evergreen East, Evergreen Forest and Cloverleaf Gardens can witness accomplished actress, Kim Hanley bring the words and ideals of Lucretia Mott to life at the Barron Arts Center highlighting Mott’s simple truth; all people are created equal.

Kim Hanley is a fine actor, singer, costumer, dancer and member of the American Historical Theatre. She trained and danced from an early age with the School of American Ballet and the Eglevsky Ballet in New York, as well as with the visiting Bolshoi Ballet and Stuttgart Ballet. She credits her dance background and in-depth high school acting courses, including daily vocal labs and onstage work, for her ability to rise to any occasion when performing.

While donations for this free event are encouraged, reservations are essential so please call (732)634-0413.

The distinction of the American Historical Theatre is their dual role as both entertainers and educators. Founded in 1992 (AHT) is a 501(c)(3) organization. Their actor/historians educate, entertain and inspire through living history. For more than 25 years, their first person interpreters have encouraged audience members to encounter and interact with history, developing empathy and underscoring the role of choice. By creating a better understanding of the struggles and achievements of past generations, we can ALL create a better history for the future.

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