Letter to Educators

Dear Educators,

I appreciate your interest in my one woman show Women: Back the Future (WBTF). After 18 months in development Women: Back the Future debuted January 10, 1996 in Pasadena, California. Since then, I have presented over over 800 performances in 13 states, from national and regional conventions to noted lecture series, and in public and private schools, kindergarten through college. Additional highlights include:

  • Office of the President of the United States, Washington, DC, March 2001
  • Greenway High School (9 civic outreach performances), Phoenix, AZ, September 2001
  • The Environmental Protection Agency, Wash. DC, March 2001
  • The National Holocaust Memorial Museum, Wash. DC, March 2001
  • Lowcountry Tech Prep Consortium (12 performances), Beaufort, SC, January 2001
  • U.S. Census Bureau, Children's Day Celebration, 2001, similcast to 5 locations
  • School to Work National Convention, Hyatt Regency, Washington, DC, October 2000
  • Town Hall Lecture Series, Fargo ND, September, 2000
  • American University Myra Sadker Week Kickoff Event, Washington, DC, March 2000
  • U.S. Department of Interior Women's History Month Celebration, 2000
  • Montgomery College Women's Studies Scholarship, Rockville, MD, December 1999
  • A.A.U.W. Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, Bryn Mawr, PA, June 1998
  • The National Theatre (2 performances), Washington, DC, December 1996
  • The Los Angeles Children's Chorus Fund Raiser (raised $10,000), October 1996
  • The Maryland State Convention of General Federation of Women Groups, April 1997
  • Ionia County Women's Fair 1998 Keynote Event, Michigan, April 1998
  • Studio 38 Interview with host Barbara Klein for "Voice of America" broadcast to over 50 countries worldwide
  • Prince George's Arts Council Annual Awards Dinner Featured Event (awarded two PGAC grants), Maryland, September 1996
  • Zonta 45th Anniversary Celebration Featured Event, Falls Church, VA, 1997
  • USIA/VOA Bring Your Daughter to Work Day Featured Program (sponsored by The International Bureau of Broadcasting), April 1997 and April 2000

January 1998 premiered the addition of Rachel Carson, scientist and writer, to my original repertoire, (Abigail Adams, First Lady; Sacagawea, Native American Guide; Lucy Stone, Suffragist; Bessie Coleman, Black Aviator). Working closely with Dr. Diana Post at the Rachel Carson Council we have developed a special science guide for students and teachers. New segments debuting April 2002 include Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the World; Marian Anderson, Singer, Humanitarian; and Louise Arner Boyd, Explorer - she led 7 Arctic Expeditions!

Women: Back the Future easily adapts to any venue and can be directly tied into schools' academic English, history, science, music and drama programs. It is also an effective fund raiser, career day, family night, or intergenerational event. For more information I invite you to visit my website www.katecampbellstevenson.com. I would welcome the opportunity to share with you more of the excitement of Women: Back the Future.

Sincerely,

Kate Campbell Stevenson

 

Kate Campbell Stevenson presents: Women: Back to the Future
12122 David Drive, Silver Spring, MD 20904 ~ Phone: 301-622-1588

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