Thursday, September 17th
11:30am – 1:00pm
Women Explore Series “Democracy in Crisis” invites you to a unique conversation through theater about “How would animals and plants vote?”
Do you often wonder what plants and animals are thinking about the current state of our planet? If they could vote in a democratic election, what would they want to see change? What is important to them to stay the same? In considering your own perspective, what service do you feel is necessary to plants and animals to protect their home on Earth and create a healthy life for their species now and long-term beyond our generation? Join this virtual performance, hear from others, share your perspective, and watch True Story actors play back your story live.
Learn more about the Women Explore event series – a popular and stimulating lecture forum this fall entitled DEMOCRACY IN CRISIS! Ten individual lectures with lots of information helpful to your preparation for the November presidential election.
After you have registered, Zoom will email you a personal link that you will click to join the Sept. 17th performance with True Story Theater, as well as any of the other meetings in the series, if you are interested.
The event is free, and donations to Women Explore are welcome!
The suggested donation is $15 per session, $5 for students, their dependents or HSSPA members, or $130 for the whole series. All contributions, whatever the size, are gratefully received. You can donate online through PayPal by using a credit card or a PayPal account, or by mailing a check. Thank you.