FOUR PLAYS – 100 YEARS: a Celebration of Women’s Suffrage

4 Plays 100 YearsTo celebrate the 100th Anniversary of New York State signing of woman’s suffrage into law, four of Ithaca’s theatre companies are collaborating on a two-night theater event: FOUR PLAYS – 100 YEARS.

Presented by: The Cherry Arts, Civic Ensemble, the Hangar Theatre, and the Kitchen Theatre Company.

Tue. May 16 & Wed. May 17 @ 7:30pm
at the Kitchen Theatre Company
417 W. State St. / MLK Jr. St.
Ithaca, NY

All four plays will be performed each night. There will be a post-show discussion following each performance. The project is supported in part by a grant from Humanities, NY and each of the theaters.

Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Women’s Opportunity Center, Ithaca, NY.


MARCH ON! by Fengar Gael w/ anthem music and lyrics by Sheilah Rae, directed by Courtney Young. Actors: Cynthia Henderson, Jennifer Herzog, Effie Johnson and Erica Steinhagen (all appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association)

MRS. SATAN & THE NASTY WOMAN by Alice Eve Cohen, directed by Rachel Lampert. Actors: Cara Bachman & Kristin Sad

IN THE PARLOUR by Judy Tate, directed by Beth Milles. Actors: Sylvie Yntema and Honey Crawford

MAY/ISABELLA/JO, a triptych of monologues:
“LessonS for my Daughter” by Aoise Stratford, w/ Darcy Rose
“Don’t Dream” by Saviana Stanescu, w/ Camilla Schade
“Esopus” by Lyrae Van Clief-Stefanon, w/ Jordan Pesci

There will be a post-show discussion after each performance with artists from all four companies.

The May 16th post-show discussion will be facilitated by Sara L. Warner (Stephen H. Weiss Junior Fellow; Director of Graduate Studies; Associate Professor, Associate Professor of Performing and Media Arts. Warner is a core faculty member in the Feminist, Gender, and Sexual Studies Program and an affiliate faculty member in LGBTQ Studies, American Studies, and Visual Studies.)

The May 17th post-show discussion will be facilitated by Dr. Chrystyna Dail (Assistant Professor, Department of Theatre Arts; Faculty, School of Humanities and Sciences. Dail teaches Introduction to Theatre, History of the Theatre I and II, U.S. Social Activist Performance: History and Praxis, and the Theatre Studies Capstone in the Department of Theatre Arts.)

Tickets are $10-$20.

Tickets are available by calling (607) 272-0570 or on line here or in person at the Kitchen offices (409 W. State St.) Monday-Friday, 10:00 AM-6:00 PM and at the theater (417 W. State St.) Saturday-Sunday, 12:00-4:00 PM.

Women of 4 Plays 100 Years
A few of the Ithaca-based artists involved in “Four Plays – 100 Years”


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