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Moonlight Abolitionists

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Patrick Gabridge, former Artist-In-Residence at Mount Auburn Cemetery, and producing artistic director for Plays in Place, a theater company that focuses on site-specific productions. (Zoe Mitchell/WBUR)
Patrick Gabridge, former Artist-In-Residence at Mount Auburn Cemetery, and producing artistic director for Plays in Place, a theater company that focuses on site-specific productions. (Zoe Mitchell/WBUR)
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Starting Monday night, under the full moon, six abolitionists buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge will gather to tell their life stories in front of a live audience. It's a new play from Patrick Gabridge, producing artistic director for Plays in Place, a theater company that focuses on site-specific productions. As part of our preview, we revisit a conversation between Patrick and Radio Boston's Chris Citorik about a previous production at the cemetery, called "The Nature Plays."

This segment aired on September 20, 2021.

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