October 21 @ 6:30 PM - 8:00 PMEvent Price: Free
In this live-streamed staged reading, high school student Melanie must write about the most influential woman in history – the play provides her with an entertaining and quick tour through that journey, starting with the struggle women had in the 17th century Puritan Revolution through to our 21st century empowered women politicians.
The staged-reading will have live actors in costume on Zoom with slides to enhance the educational experience and videos of the songs for entertainment. Stick around afterwards for a Q&A with the playwright, producers, and actors. Check out a sneak preview of the event.
Registration is free. Donations will be gratefully accepted to help cover the costs of this musical event.
Registration closes two hours before the event starts so that we can communicate about the event with registered attendees. We cannot accept registrations after 4:30 p.m. EDT on 10/21.
Additional tickets have been made available thanks to the cast and crew of the production: >>> Click here <<< for tickets.
Each registration will receive access to a Zoom link to view this event live.
About We Did It For YOU!: We Did It For You! Women’s Journey Through History – how women got their rights in America, told by the women who were there. Inspiring women into action. It is our sacred trust to carry on the work of our foremothers. www.wediditforyou.orgThis unique play has been performed across California and Massachusetts for thousands of adults, college and high school students. Past performance highlights include participating in the California Women’s Suffrage Celebration in Sacramento, California and on Women’s Equality Day 2018 at the famous Faneuil Hall in Boston, Massachusetts.
“Playwright Thea Iberall offers a multi-century parade of feminine genius and courage, and does it with humor and fun. Your daughters must see this but, the men in your family will enjoy it too.” – Paul Williams, the Oscar-winning songwriter
“The educational message was powerful and poignant, increasing our awareness and overall knowledge of our history. If you have this troupe coming your way, put on your seat-belt for a rollercoaster ride you won’t soon forget.” – John E. Winkfield, Director Equal Employment Opportunity, US Army, Ft. Irwin National Training Center