When:
Tuesday, Aug 18, 2020 7:00p -
8:00p

Where:
Facebook and Youtube via Company One Theatre
539 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02116

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Admission:
FREE

Categories:
Art, History, Lectures & Conferences, Performing Arts, Virtual & Streaming

Event website:
https://company-one-theatre.ticketleap.com/the-great-demand/

From Lucy Stone and Ida B. Wells, to Jovita Idár and Fannie Lou Hamer, the struggle for equal access to the ballot box has persisted across generations. Now, in this critical election year, it's our turn to “finish the fight!” Through a selection of short plays that uplift the often ignored voices in the quest for suffrage, and in conversation with organizers working to address disparities in voting access today, this digital event combines art and advocacy to celebrate how far we've come and look forward to the work that still remains to achieve true universal suffrage.


THE PARTNERS
Beth Huang, Executive Director of Massachusetts Voter Table
J. Cottle, Executive Director of Dunamis and YCL Coordinator at MassVOTE
Emily Ruddock, Executive Director of MASSCreative
Ayanna Polk, Communications and Outreach Manager for the Mayor's Office of Women’s Advancement

THE PLAYS
All five plays were written by C1 PlayLab playwrights and alums.

2020
by Ashley-Rose and Zahra A. Belyea
directed by Jasmine Brooks
featuring Liana Asim and Sabrina Victor

Show Me
by Alexis K. Morgan
directed by Jessica Scout Malone
featuring Chris Everett, Hayley Spivey, and Veronica Wiseman

A Single Drop of Water Makes an Ocean
by Sari Boren and Amy Merrill
directed by Josh Glenn-Kayden
featuring Tatiana Isabel Gil and Jo Michael Rezes

The Future Is
by Fabiola R. Decius and Bess Welden
directed by Jasmine Brooks
featuring Deity Blair, Aislinn Brophy, and Sabrina Victor

Democracy Should Begin at Home
by Catherine Stewart and Dillon Yruegas
directed by Jessica Scout Malone
featuring Chris Everett and Hayley Spivey

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