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PURE CONFIDENCE – Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble at Sacred Fools Theater

Photo by Ed Krieger

Photo by Ed Krieger

Deborah Klugman – Stage Raw

African-Americans figured prominently in American horseracing in the mid 19th century. Many trainers were slaves who worked on farms in the South, taking care of the horses for their owners. Some slaves also became jockeys, earning money (that they were able to keep for themselves) by auctioning off their riding skills to the highest bidder. Read more…

Now running through May 14

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