A one woman show about the life and times of Zora Neale Hurston starring NAACP Award Winner Antonia Badón. In 1925 Zora Neale Hurston moved to Harlem and became the first black woman to study at Barnard College and attend Columbia University. Zora gained fame as a writer, pioneer of the Harlem Renaissance literary movement, and secured a Guggenheim Fellowship Award to study in Haiti, Jamaica and the Gulf Coast. Ultimately Zora became one of the world's greatest literary figures. NAACP winner and New Orleans-actress' Antoniá Badón, brings Zora to life in this unique one-woman production which transcends time and place with fifteen character portrayals, music and song.