The Long Rail North
By Andrew Andrews
The Long Rail North is the story of
Molly (Jordyn Morgan) wakes up in a box car on a moving train, alone with the aforementioned “colored” stranger, Private
He claims to be saving her life, but twelve-year-old Molly wants nothing to do with him. So when a white stranger named Sargent Major Andrew Vickers (Rich Wisneski) appears out of nowhere, with southern charm and a lighter uniform,
Thomas—not so much.
A struggle ensues… then Molly is once again
When a recovering southern belle named “Coal Car” Cassie Flowers (Anna Hogan) jumps on the train, Molly is none-too-pleased to wake up and find her
Molly’s daddy, you see, warned her never to kiss a man like him, lest she catch the “African sickness that makes your skin
But the lot of them don’t know what trouble is until the train comes to an abrupt halt, and Union army Colonel Peter Forrest (David Berman) appears to
Twenty years in the making,
For the time being, The Present Company and their director,
So hop on this train during one of its final two stops at FringeNYC, then come back here and tell us your impression of this suspenseful
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Andrew Andrews attended The Long Rail North at FringeHUB in Manhattan on Saturday, October 20, 2018 @ 7:00pm to write this review.