Walk By The Way Of The Moon - 9/25 @ 6pm: Stephen R. Gregg Park, Bayonne

Walk By The Way Of The Moon - 9/25 @ 6pm: Stephen R. Gregg Park, Bayonne

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Stephen R. Gregg Park

930 John F. Kennedy Boulevard

Bayonne, NJ 07002

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Walk By The Way Of The Moon is a 30 minute family-friendly historical play about Jersey City’s connection to the Underground Railroad.

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This reservation is for Sun 9/25 @ 6pm - Stephen R. Gregg Park: 930 John F. Kennedy Blvd, Bayonne, NJ 07002

Speranza Theatre Company presents Walk By The Way Of The Moon, by Jacqueline Kennedy - a 30 minute family-friendly historical play about Jersey City’s connection to the Underground Railroad. This show will tour to parks throughout Hudson County in September 2022.

All performances are free and open to the public. Reservations required, donations appreciated. Please bring your own lawn chair. For more details and to reserve your seat, visit: SperanzaTheatre.com.

Ten-year old Fleta Hazel's enslaved family makes the difficult choice to run for their freedom. Not knowing what’s ahead, young Fleta Hazel must find the courage for the long and dangerous trip, fueled by hope for a new life at their final stop, Jersey City.

9/9 @ 6:30pm - Apple Tree House. Invited dress rehearsal, part of JC Fridays

9/10 @ 6:30pm - Apple Tree House. Opening night, part of Bergen Square Day

9/11 @ 1pm & 4pm - Apple Tree House

Fri 9/16 @ 6pm - Van Vorst Park, Jersey City

Sat 9/17 @ 1pm - Lincoln Park, Jersey City

Sat 9/17 @ 6pm - Berry Lane Park, Jersey City

Sun 9/18 @ 1pm - Columbus Park, Hoboken

Sun 9/18 @ 6pm - West Hudson Park, Kearny/Harrison

Sun 9/25 @ 1pm - Canco Park, Jersey City

Sun 9/18 @ 6pm - Stephen R Gregg Park, Bayonne

This program is made possible by support from Jersey City Office of Cultural Affairs, The Museum of Jersey City History, and a grant from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a division of the Department of State, and administered by the Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs, Thomas A. DeGise, Hudson County Executive & the Hudson County Board of County Commissioners.