Over a game of chess Thomas Jefferson and his manservant, Jupiter, challenge and amuse each other. Are all men created equal? In this depiction of a private moment in the life of a very public figure, chess becomes a metaphor for the power dynamics present in the master/slave relationship. This event has limited seating due to social distancing. Please arrive early to secure a seat.
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Jefferson and Jupiter: Across the Board
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The True Master
Meet Jane Vobe and Gowan Pamphlet, master and slave of the King's Arms Tavern, in 1772 - when a radical request could put both of their lives at stake.
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