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» National Women's History Project - Women's History Performers Open in a new browser windowEditor's Pick
   Listing of U.S. women's history performers, by region as well as those who will travel nationally.

» Ann Timmons in "Off the Wall" Open in a new browser window
   Join writer and reformer Charlotte Perkins Gilman as she crusades for equality and social justice at the dawn of the 20th century.
» Anne Barrett Open in a new browser window
   Author and international lecturer focusing on 19th century scientific history, women scientists, and archive preservation and conservation issues. London, United Kingdom.
» Biologues, Women in History Open in a new browser window
   Melissa Borders Stevenson portrays the lives of famous women in 10 minute monologues. Customers select which of the 35 women from her repertoire are included in each performance.
» Carol Starre-Kmiecik Open in a new browser window
   Writer, actor and producer of the one-woman production company Famous American Women. Brings to life famous women. Starre-Kmiecik can, in fact, be any woman you or your civic group want her to be, given enough prep time.
» Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer Open in a new browser window
   Official home page for world renowned performers Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer. Concerts and workshops representing women in country music and songs of working women, for kids and adults.
» Connie Clark Open in a new browser window
   American actress/playwright/teacher Connie Clark has been performing and teaching as the brilliant 19th century American poet Emily Dickinson since 1981. In 1987 she added the extraordinary French actress Sarah Be
» Dorothy Marcic Open in a new browser window
   Faculty member and Director of Graduate Programs in Human Resource Development at Vanderbilt University. In addition to presenting workshops on management issues, she sings her way through "A Woman's Voice: A Musical History of Women and Work in th
» Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner Open in a new browser window
   Received one of the first doctorates awarded for work in women's studies, and helped found one of the country's first programs. The author of numerous books and articles as well as a nationally-known lecturer.
» Feminists for Free Expression Speakers Network Open in a new browser window
   Feminists for Free Expression is a group of diverse feminists working to preserve the individual's right and responsibility to read, listen, view and produce materials of her choice, without the intervention of the state "for her own good."
» Harriet Tubman: The Chosen One Open in a new browser window
   "Harriet Tubman: The Chosen One" is a dynamic one woman show that takes its audience on 1 of the 19 journeys Ms. Tubman took through the Underground Railroad. Written and performed by Gwendolyn Briley-Strand.
» Her Legacies Foundation Open in a new browser window
   Non-profit org dedicated to saving, disseminating and celebrating women's stories in words and images.
» Hilary Lips: Women's Studies & Center for Gender Studies Open in a new browser window
   Psychology Professor, Director, author of several books, numerous research articles and national, international lecturer and consultant at Radford University
» History-Making Productions Open in a new browser window
   History-Making Productions is a professional non-profit touring theater company. We create original plays that bring history alive for today's audiences. Includes programs on Abigail Adams and Amelia Earhart.
» Isadora, American Legend Open in a new browser window
   A one-woman stage show on modern dance founder Isadora Duncan featuring actress Lisa Bansavage designed for Women's Studies, Women's History Month.
» Jamie Anderson, singer-songwriter-comic Open in a new browser window
   For fans and those new to Jamie Anderson's contemporary folk music. Jamie's work focuses on many topics, including those of interest to women: body image, sexuality and health issues.
» Jann Aldredge-Clanton Open in a new browser window
   Feminist Liberation Theologian and Minister, Jann Aldredge-Clanton, Ph.D., helps individuals and faith communities to deepen their spiritual experience.
» Jean Kilbourne Open in a new browser window
   Kilbourne is internationally recognized for her pioneering work on alcohol and tobacco advertising and the image of women in advertising.
» Jodi F. Solomon, Speakers Bureau Open in a new browser window
   Speakers on a wide range of topics about women's issues and cultural awareness.
» Jolie Rickman - Feminist Singer, Songwriter Open in a new browser window
   As a feminist cultural worker, her work speaks directly and specifically to issues of violence against women, eating disorders, domestic violence, inter-generational storytelling among women, homophobia, racism,and classism. As a woman who is legally bl
» Journey on the Appalachian Trail Open in a new browser window
   Ellen Wolfe finished as the first woman thru-hiker in 1997. Through motivating stories and slides, she speaks about her 4 months and 23 day adventure on the 2,160-mile Appalachian Trail. Her journey, Hike For Healing, raised $10,000 for breast cancer rese
» Joyce Hansen - Prosperous Woman Open in a new browser window
   A program for women based on the spiritual laws of prosperity and delivered in three consecutive workshops. Includes FAQ and registration form.
» Queen Bee Productions Open in a new browser window
   A traveling professional theatre group producing works that promote equity for women.
» Suppressed Histories Archives Open in a new browser window
   International women's studies -- priestesses, witch hunts, women drummers, weavers, liberators, indigenous history, racism and patriarchy -- in Max Dashu's articles and slide series.
» Susan G. Butruille: Women's Voices Open in a new browser window
   Susan Butruille, author of the Women's Voices series.
» The many faces of Jane Curry Open in a new browser window
   Jane Curry is an author, storyteller, performer, and recovering academic with a knack for provoking both thought and laughter with her one-woman shows. Since 1983, she has traveled with her various personae to forty-six states, Israel and Japan and is a
» Voices of Africa Choral and Percussion Ensemble Open in a new browser window
   All female percussion and choral ensemble that blends a cappella singing with traditional African percussions. Offers cultural performances and workshops.
» Weddington Center Open in a new browser window
   The Weddington Center is the base for the professional activities of Sarah Weddington and provides support for her speaking, conference teaching, and writing activities. It also provides the umbrella for a variety of collaborative endeavors.
» Women are Wonderful Open in a new browser window
   Non-profit organization promoting female political leadership, offering details of how you can participate.
» Women in History Open in a new browser window
   Women in History, a non-profit organization, was founded in 1991 by Sophia Mastrandreas-Dadas, former historian for the city of Norwood, Ohio and group of women from Lakewood, Ohio. Wo
» Women's History ALIVE! Open in a new browser window
   Fascinating one woman plays on famous women in American history travel throughout the country. "Kate's Pants" is a lighthearted introduction to women's history through eleven layers of clothes. Other plays include "Civil War Women," &q
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   Live multimedia programs dealing with the issues of violence against Women performed by Nancy Hulse.
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   Theater for Social Change, produced by Cathy Plourde.

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