In honor of Black Background Month, theater company Mad River Theater Performs offers a functionality of their original output, “Freedom Flight,” at 7 p.m. Feb. 27.

A a person-act engage in with songs, “Freedom Flight” revolves all over the most renowned incident in the record of the Underground Railroad in Ohio: the tale of Addison White, an escaped slave, and his rescue by the citizens of the city of Mechanicsburg, Ohio. This play brings history to everyday living by means of first tracks and an array of characters that pop right out of the past to relive the turbulence and hope of the Underground Railroad ideal before your eyes. Artistically lovely and crafted with coronary heart and authenticity, the show’s embedded messages about tolerance and racism are critical for audiences to listen to.