Oh, Yes She Did!: Historic Black Women Celebrated in One-Woman Show
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Goldstar members have loved Brown in her performances at other theaters. Read what they have to say about her shows at The Lillian Theatre;The Shelton Theatre;Theatre/Theater, where it won Goldstar’s “Roar of the Crowd” award.
“Ms. Brown is herself a pioneer of today, forging her own artistic creation … in a town full of celebrities … she herself is breaking new ground.“ —_”The Examiner":http://www.examiner.com/slideshow/sandy-brown-breathing-the-legacy-of-women-s-history-month-oh-yes-she-did_
“It was quite incredible … this performance has only strengthened my feminist and egalitarian beliefs” — Feminist Humor Blog
Sandy Brown returns, blazing the stage, unleashing centuries of dynamic history, blending drama, humor, music, dance & multi-media as she breathes-to-life legacies of bold Lady Pioneers who helped liberate the nation, and changed the course of American History, forever.
Experience the powerful ride of social justice/injustice in America as Sandy Brown morphs into legendary women who liberated a nation: Revolutionary War slave-poet Phillis Wheatley; runaway with Harriet Tubman on the Underground Railroad; meet world’s first woman self-made millionaire-suffragette Madame CJ Walker; follow global superstar and war spy Josephine Baker; go backstage with jazz legend Billie Holiday; bus-ride with Rosa Parks; protest with activist Angela Davis; campaign with first woman Democratic presidential candidate Shirley Chisholm and more on this innovative and critically-acclaimed theatrical journey through the centuries.