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Women’s History Month!
Our LIVE STREAMING performances took place on March 1 and March 2, as we joing the first-ever WiredArts Fest produced by VirtualArtsTV.
Groups and individuals around the country and the world were able to participate in a LIVE streaming national and international conversation on choice! And the arts! People could WATCH THIS LIVE from any computer with Internet access! We also performed LIVE in New York! Read more here, here and here.
Viewers also participated in a post-show discussion with leaders in the reproductive justice field following the performance.
Viewing parties! Local organizations, colleges and groups coordinated house and dorm viewing parties to activate, motivate and educate on prochoice issues. See the Viewing Party Packet here. And a Free Original Poster pdf or jpeg. Also available for downloading, A FREE APP; read more here.
Joining us for a discussion on Friday, March 1: Amanda Marcotte, blogger at Pandagon, writer at RHReality Check, author of It’s A Jungle Out There: The Feminist Survival Guide! and Lori Adelman, a contributing editor at Feministing who works on Every Woman Every Child for the UN Foundation. Joining us for a discussion on Saturday, March 2: Lynn Roberts, founding board member of SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective and an assistant professor at Hunter College, along with award-winning filmmakers Marion Lipschutz, who made The Education of Shelby Knox and other films.
Crista Marie Jackson, Carl H. Jaynes and Claudia Schneider
Under the direction of Francesca Mantani Arkus
Stage Manager: Kelly Vieau
Artistic Consultant: Stacey Linnartz
Art by Heather Ault, 4000 Years for Choice
Outreach and Marketing Director: Emma Shakarshy
Marketing and Public Relations Consultant: Ashley Paskalis
Assistant, Marketing: Tiffany Colasuonno
Producer, Creator: Cindy Cooper
See the Theater Program here.
Some of the press and blog coverage:
“.…Words are found responsible
all you can do is choose them
to remain silent. Or, you never had a choice,
which is why the words that do stand
from “North American Time”
by Adrienne Rich