My Name is Margaret Harman

My Name is Margaret Harman is the multi-generational story of the Harman family, whose escape from slavery takes them to London, Ontario and the Fugitive Slave Chapel. When Baby Margaret is sold at auction at only three years of age, her parents vow to reunite with her somewhere, somehow. For this to happen, the toddler must be taught to always remember her true name. This play records the struggles of Margaret and her family as they move from slavery to freedom in the Forest City.

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            My Name is Margaret Harman

            See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2017/02/my-name-is-margaret-harman/ for details.

            Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

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          1. 8:00 pm
            My Name is Margaret Harman

            See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2017/02/my-name-is-margaret-harman/ for details.

            Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

        3. 10
          1. 8:00 pm
            My Name is Margaret Harman

            See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2017/02/my-name-is-margaret-harman/ for details.

            Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

        4. 11
          1. 2:00 pm
            My Name is Margaret Harman

            See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2017/02/my-name-is-margaret-harman/ for details.

            Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

          2. 8:00 pm
            My Name is Margaret Harman

            See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2017/02/my-name-is-margaret-harman/ for details.

            Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

        3 thoughts on “My Name is Margaret Harman”

        1. Jason Rip says:

          Hi Peter – Here is more info about MARGARET HARMAN. We do have a matinee on Saturday the 11th at 2pm. 100% of ticket proceeds are going to the Fugitive Slave Chapel Preservation Project.

          Stage Managed by Emma Wise & Vicki Nicholls
          Costumes and Props by Sue Parke
          Lighting Design by Stephen Mitchell
          Sound Design by Melanie McIllmoyle

          CAST

          Tia Brown as Margaret Harman
          Demis Odanga as Basil Harman
          Anita Omodiagbe as Mary Harman
          Jeff Werkmeister as Dennis Lark
          David Pasquino as Edwin Beadnull
          Kathleen Morrison as Lavinia Beadnull
          Benjamin Collymore as Chester
          Rebecca Thornton as Cynthia Lark
          Delany Odanga as Jugg

          1. Thanks Jason! I’ve updated the listing and added the ticket link as well.

        2. tbrooks says:

          So glad I got to see this play. The cast was excellent. Demis Odanga was especially good in his role.

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