consists of a series of vignettes. These poignant vignettes come
from the Afro-Choctaw tradition of the South. They are presented
in the character of a 67-year-old woman named Rosie.
Storyteller Sadarri makes the audience laugh and cry as she dramatizes
the flashbacks of her mother living in post-depression Mississippi.
a vast array of folktales, folk remedies and superstition, artistically
blended into a cultural soup that warms the heart and
comforts the soul. Rosie exemplifies success and inner
peace by showing that it is indeed possible to triumph despite diversity.
time: 45 to 90 minutes