The Equal Rights Amendment was first proposed in 1923, without success. Some 50 years later, Congress finally voted to approve the amendment, but it fell three states short of the number needed for ratification. Amazingly, the Equal Rights Amendment is still not part of the U.S. Constitution today. In this fresh and irreverent new play from local playwright William Bivins (winner of the 2009 Bay Area Critics Circle award for best original script, Pulp Scripture
), Congressional representative Roy Armstrong has a plan to get the ERA passed once and for all, but he has a problem -- and what she's about to go public with could cause him to go down in history as the scoundrel who couldn't keep his pants zipped.
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