Yours for Humanity-Abby

Since April, Yours for Humanity—Abby has been performed before audiences of all ages at venues including the Boys and Girls Club, Union Hill Elementary School, South High Advanced Placement History Class, all in Worcester. There have also been performances at retirement communities in Worcester, Oak Bluffs on Martha’s Vineyard and Orono, Maine, to name a few. 

Audience comments: 

"This is the first time I envisioned my children – each child to be torn from my arms to never see again! So well acted it brought it home." - Oak Bluffs resident 

"… I didn’t even know about Abby Kelley Foster but now I consider her a hero." - AP History Student 

You can catch a performance of Yours for Humanity—Abby at these locations on: 

  • Sept 28, 7:00pm - Shrewsbury Historical Society, 17 Church Road, Shrewsbury, MA 
  • Oct 6, 3:00pm - Avalon Village Retirement Community, Hampden, ME 
  • Oct 9, 2:00pm - Sunbury Village, Bangor ME 
  • Oct 11, 1:00pm - Malden Senior Center, Malden, MA 
  • Oct 21, 7:30pm - Warner Free Lecture Series, Harvard Public Library 4 Pond Road, Harvard, MA* 
  • Nov 14, 7:00pm - Framingham State University’s McCarthy Center as part of Change the Conversation, Change the World, Arts and Ideas Series** 

* Established in 1890 in accordance with the wishes of Henry Warner. The Warner Free Lecture Series provides residents of Harvard with free educational lectures and programs. 

** Change the Conversation, Change the World, Arts and Ideas Series is FSU’s year-long series of engaging speakers, performances, exhibitions and films.

Published Date: 
September 18, 2016