Grateful to have been able to write and perform in this wonderful story at the National Black Theatre Festival. Wake Forest University, July 30-31, 2013. “In 1994, after receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom, Congresswoman Barbara Jordan, now retired from the political scene, is offered one more chance to make history.” Directed by Oz Scott.
Performed dual roles of Tituba and Judge Hawthorne in this imaginative retelling. “Then there’s Saundra McClain’s Tituba, her forced confession scene…wow! A bone chilling spectacle I won’t soon forget!” ~ Southern California Theatre Review
“Saundra McClain’s unconventional Aunt Eller is nonetheless apt, and hilarious in “The Farmer and the Cowman.” ~ LA Times “McClain is delectably on target as motherly Aunt Eller” ~ Grigware Reviews