Buffalo Soldiers, "The Legacy"
By Richard Scott Sr.
Directed by Richard Scott Sr.
The story takes place during the post-slavery period, shortly after the 1863 emancipation of the African American Slaves. The location is the southwestern territories of Arizona and New Mexico. The soldiers represent a variety of human conditions ranging from former slaves and former civil war veterans to northern free men. These men and women share a common human pursuit, in spite of certain philosophical and moral objections. The play chronicles one military campaign between the indigenous people and the United States cavalry, more commonly known as the "Indian Wars." Ultimately, there is a shifting of personal paradigms as the soldiers encounter a proud people, the Apaches. This is a story of the cultural, as well as the personal actualizations of two different, yet very similar people.
Produced by KOJO Productions LLC at Richard Scott Sr., 2301 Crest Line Drive, Madison
Performances: May 21-22, 2014
Performance Times: Wednesday & Thursday, May 21 & 22 @ 7pm
Ticket Prices: $20.00 / ticket
Call 608-258-4141 for reservations or more information.