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Free Boy: A True Story of Slave and Master Performance

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Based on the book by MOHAI historian-emeritus Lorraine McConaghy and Seattle historian Judy Bentley, this new musical tells the tale of young Charles Mitchell, brought to Washington Territory as a slave in 1855, and his harrowing escape to British Columbia. With engaging music and powerful lyrics, it is a story of hope, risk, and perseverance that tells a little-known and important piece of Civil War era history in the Pacific Northwest.

Co-authors Dr. Lorraine McConaghy and Judy Bentley will be in attendance to give an introduction to the presentation and to sign copies of the book afterward.

Performance is recommended for ages 7 and up.

This performance is presented in conjunction with 5th Avenue Theatre.

Location: MOHAI

Cost: Free!

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For one day only, the Hockey Hall of Fame will be at MOHAI showcasing historic items from the Seattle Metropolitans, 1917 Stanley Cup Champions. All hockey fans are welcome to visit the museum this Free First Thursday from 10 am—5 pm.

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