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The Arlene Francis Center, The H.E.A.T. Collective & Creative Sonoma present: 

EMMA GOLDMAN DAY

MARCH 9th, 2019

2:00-9:30 pm

The Arlene Francis Center: 99 Sixth Street, Santa Rosa 95401

Eight actors, Three staged readings, Three discussions and Three meals.

For info: arlenefranciscenter@gmail.comJessica.litwak@gmail.com

Tickets: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4077086

$25 for the full day including food and drink, $10 student discounts available. 

Audience members who participate in the entire E.G. Day will receive a special gift!


Love Anarchy and other AffairsThe Snake and the FalconNobody is Sleeping

By Jessica Litwak

Directed By Sue Hamilton

With: Gina Alvarado, Keith Baker, Nina Gallin, Chris Ginesi, Mary Gannon Graham, Liz Jahren, Jessica Litwak, Lillian Myers, Nick Sholley, and Zane Walters

Jessica Litwak's Emma Goldman Trilogy explores the life and work of the in/famous anarchist Emma Goldman.  Filled with excitement, humor and pathos, the plays portray Goldman's time in prison, her public life, and her relationship with her life-long comrade Alexander Berkman: one of the most unusual love stories of all time. There will be a panel discussion and themed refreshments after each play. Developed with support from United Nations Women, No Passport Press, La MaMa ETC, TheatreLab, The Women’s Project and Productions, The Lark Theatre and The Emma Goldman Papers.

Short video about the project: https://youtube/DudJidYBPSE

No late seating for the plays so please (if you are not doing the marathon) 

Doors open at 12:30

Arrive before: 

2:00for Love, Anarchy and Other Affairs (circa 1901) (meal and discussion: 3-4)

4:00The Snake and The Falcon (circa 1919) (meal and discussion 5:30-7:00)

7:00Nobody is Sleeping (circa 1936) (meal and discussion 8:30-9:30)

Surrounding Events:

March 8th6-8:

Celebration of International Women’s Day- Drinks and  Discussion: What Does International Women’s Day mean to you?

March 10th1-6

Afternoon workshop: Writing and Performing Women’s History RSVP to enroll.

 

JessicaLitwak is a playwright, performer, educator, puppet builder and leader in the field of socially engaged theatre. She is the Artistic Director of The H.E.A.T. Collective, a core member of Theatre Without Borders, a Fulbright Scholar, and the founder of Artists Rise Up NY. Her award-winning plays have been produced all over the world.