By Keith Josef Adkins | Directed By L. Peter Callender
Set in Kentucky in 1843, Safe House examines the lives of one free family of color and the tensions that arise between two brothers with conflicting aspirations. While one brother dreams of opening his own business, the other risks everything in an effort to help fugitive slaves escape on the Underground Railroad. Based on true events in the lives of his ancestors, Adkins tells a gripping story of love, freedom, and survival against impossible odds.
"Adkins is as hard-hitting as he is poetic as he rejects the simplsitic notion of a world painted in black and white, either racially or morally." - Cincinnati.com
RUN TIME: APPROXIMATELY 2:10 WITH ONE 10 MINUTE INTERMISSION
A courageous and meaningful drama.Berkeleyside
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