"These Shining Lives" Theatrical Production
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The play dramatizes the danger women faced in the workforce in the 1920s.
These Shining Lives is not a depiction of women as victims. It’s a story of four women fighting to right their victimization reflects Pat Anderson-Flowers, former interim vice president for advancement at Birmingham-Southern College who is guest-directing the play. Dr. Alan Litsey, BSC professor of theatre, is serving as the show’s producer.
“The play highlights ordinary women in the 1920s and 30s who took on the extraordinary, groundbreaking task of holding corporate America accountableView more
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Litsey, along with theatre faculty and students, will present the Provost’s Forum “These Shining Lives: Designing and Researching a Story of Transcendence” on Tuesday, April 30 at 11 a.m. in the College Theatre/The Underground. It is free and open to the public.
The theatre program will host an opening night dinner on Thursday, May 2 at 6 p.m. in the Executive Dining Room of the Norton Campus Center. BSC junior theatre students Matthew Torbett, set designer, and Gracie Vaughan, dramaturg, will share a presentation on their design and research process at the dinner. Tickets are $22 and will be on sale beginning April 11; make reservations for dinner at www.bsc.edu/academics/theatre/productions.html.
900 Arkadelphia Road, Theatre Department, Birmingham, AL 35254