Video: Love, Freedom, Friendship and More with ‘Big River’s’ Huck & Jim

Although many kids aren’t familiar with the books The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (they aren’t taught in too many schools anymore), Mark Twain’s stories go beyond boys being boys and instead offer up a timely commentary about race and stereotypes. The seven-time Tony Award-winning musical Big River brings Twain’s classic story to life on the stage. Hear what the stars of The Temple Theatre production have to say about this show and why this is an important story to tell right now.

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