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Return to an era when Zanzibar was ruled by sultans and enter a world of harems and court intrigues. Princess Salamah bint Said, the sultan‘s youngest daughter, went against Muslim custom, by eloping with a German trader and converting to Christianity. While living in exile, she wrote a fascinating memoir for her children, which Waterfall Productions has adapted into a theatrical presentation.
Theatrical adaptations of 19th & 20th century Gothic short stories written by women.
65 minute one-act play about Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, who was not just the wife and muse of F. Scott Fitzgerald, but also the epitome of the 1920's woman.
Join Mrs. Gordon, a middle class lady from 1908 for afternoon tea as she shares stories about her life during the turn of the 20th century.
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