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7 storytellers. 45 minutes.
A unique exploration of maternal heritage - Amplifying women's voices past and present.
Mother Line Story Project Inc. returns to Mason Gross School of the Arts for an all new performance featuring women of the 2nd year BFA/MFA Acting company. Samantha Arthur Kirby R. Davis Aline Stokes Marcella Cox Mirandapurcellactress Zoë Kim Gloria Cardona
Mother Line is announcing an exciting 2019 season and is throwing a party to celebrate their community, honor where they came from, and get ready for what's next. Join them at beautiful, women-run Town Stages with past ML storytellers and workshop alums as they amplify women's voices, look to the future, and eat cake! There will be celebrity shout-outs, live music, a catered cocktail hour, face painting, themed fundraising activities, the naming of the night's "Matron of Honor," and the biggest Mother Line performance yet! Festive attire, of course.
Come celebrate with us at beautiful, women-run Town Stages with past ML storytellers, workshop alums, and some very familiar faces as we amplify women's voices and eat cake!
*Doors open at 7pm, Performance starts at 8.
The perfect Mother’s Day Gift for the creative mom, sister, or friend.
Special Mother's Day ticket $45 (normally $75)
Pre Registration is required to ensure space
The Mother Line is a connection, womb to womb, linking us to the women who came before.
The Mother Line Story Project is a international producing platform for women’s storytelling. Just returned from Cairo, Egypt, they are coming to the Wholeness center for a special Mother’s Day workshop.
The secret is out! Mother Line Story Project Inc. in association with the Mason Gross School of the Arts Theater Department is proud to announce the first MLSP educational collaboration...
- The Mother Line Story Project -
Featuring women of the 2nd year BFA/MFA acting company
Tuesday, May 8 @7pm in Walters 130
Running time 40-50 minutes
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Mother Line producers Eliza and Amanda are headed to Cairo to facilitate a workshop with the actresses of Sabeel for the Arts Theater Co. The content created will build "In The Mother's Hand", our first Arabic language Mother Line Story Project live show. The performance is sponsored by The US Embassy and is part of a festival of three new plays exploring the stories of Egyptian women.