Lowest Price: Ranging from free to $15
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When: October 20th, 2017 - October 29th, 2017
This newly created play celebrates 100 years of suffrage in New York State, and is an investigation into the untold stories of the suffragists of 1917, including women of color, immigrants, and the men who helped win the vote. Under the direction of Dr. Nan Smithner, this performance work was devised by an ensemble of 15 actors, who wrote and created the scenarios by deeply researching historical facts of the time.
Where: Black Box Theatre
Price: $15 General admission ($5 for students and seniors)
When: October 22th, 2017 at 1pm
100 years ago the women of New York won the right to vote, thanks in part to “the lady on the white horse.” A graduate of the NYU School of Law, Inez Milholland used her looks and her brains to bring attention to the cause of women’s suffrage. Called the “Poster Girl of Radicalism” by the NY Times, this lawyer, war correspondent, and outspoken crusader for social justice literally worked herself to death for the cause of women’s suffrage. Storyteller Darci Tucker will bring her back to life.
Where: Provincetown Playhouse
More Information: http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/events/music_and_performing_arts_professions