The Reclamation of Madison Hemings
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
American Blues Theater
5627 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
Black History Month, Drama
Runs Feb 16Mar 24, 2024

Chicago Premiere.

It’s 1866, and the Civil War has ended. Madison Hemings, son of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings, and Israel Jefferson, formerly enslaved footman, return to Monticello in search of Israel’s long-lost brother. Their search gets sidetracked when Madison decides to claim what’s left of his birthright as the son of an American president. Together, the two men must face their conflicting feelings about the man who wrote “All men are created equal.” Slavery has been abolished, but what has changed? What do we need to keep with us as we move through this world and what should we leave behind?

Written by Charles Smith
Directed by Chuck Smith

Featuring Manny Buckley & Jon Hudson Odom