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COLLECTIONSScripts and screenplays, Biographies
TITLEMonologues on the Bicentenary of the Birth of Baha'u'llah and Howard University Visit Commemoration
AUTHOR 1Vasu Mohan
AUTHOR 2Donna Denize
AUTHOR 3Nadim van de Fliert
DATE_THIS2017-10/2018-04
ABSTRACTFive biographical monologues delivered in the fictionalized voices of Harriett Gibbs Marshall, Laura Dreyfus Barney, Louis Gregory, Alain Locke, and Pocahontas Pope.
NOTES The first three monologues were delivered at the Bicentenary celebrations in Washington, D.C., October 22, 2017. Mohan, Denize, and van de Fliert each wrote one script, and all three collectively edited them.

The last two were done for the Commemoration of Abdu'l-Bahá's 1912 visit to Howard University, April 22, 2018. Mohan wrote and performed "Locke." Van de Fliert wrote "Pocahontas Pope" and it was performed by Denize. See a page about this event, including a press release, at dcbahai.org. [archive.org]

TAGS`Abdu'l-Bahá, Travels of (documents); Alain Locke; Arts; Centenaries; Drama; Harriett Gibbs Marshall; Howard University, Washington, DC; Laura Clifford Barney; Louis G. Gregory; Pocahontas Pope; Race; Race unity; United States (documents); Universities; Washington, DC, USA
 
CONTENT
Contents
  1. Monologue in the voice of Harriett Gibbs Marshall
  2. Monologue in the voice of Laura Clifford Barney
  3. Monologue in the voice of Louis Gregory
  4. Monologue in the voice of Alain Locke
  5. Monologue in the voice of Pocahontas Pope

1. Monologue in the voice of Harriett Gibbs Marshall

2. Monologue in the voice of Laura Clifford Barney

3. Monologue in the voice of Louis Gregory

4. Monologue in the voice of Alain Locke

5. Monologue in the voice of Pocahontas Pope

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