Back to the Future is designed by educators to adapt to every level
of school curriculum, from K-12 through college and university
students. Since performances are adapted to each particular audience's
needs, it is excellent for adult conferences, conventions, and
intergenerational events, as well as benefit concerts.
are captivated by the first person dramatic monologue, music
and poetry. Beautiful costumes enhance each character, while
clever costume and make-up changes create magical transitions
between historical time periods with interactive audience participation.
" When you change costumes, magic
~ Student, Strathmore Elementary, Silver Spring,
entertaining...extremely informative...holds the students'
attention the entire time."
Marge Hanna, Principal, Crestview Preparatory School, Flintridge/LaCanada,
Women: Back the Future presents diverse
historical women role models including:
Adams, First Lady and women's rights advocate
Coleman, the first African-American female pilot
Native American guide and interpreter;
Stone, abolitionist and suffragist;
Crabtree- councilwoman on Jackson Hole, WY 1920
All women town council
Paul- Militant Suffragist, founder of National
Roosevelt, humanitarian and First Lady of the
Arner Boyd--Arctic Explorer who Led SEVEN Arctic
Expeditions 1920’s- 1930’s
Anderson, African American contralto and civil
Carson, scientist and award winning writer
women challenged the traditional expectations of their time.
They possessed strong positive character traits and sought creative
solutions to their problems. Women: Back to the Future brings
to life excellent examples of how women from the past can provide
stepping stones for today's people to overcome their barriers
and develop tomorrow's possibilities.
program has been approved for the Maryland State Art Council;
Montgomery County Public Schools (Maryland); Anne Arundel County Public Schools
(Maryland) Fairfax County Public Schools (Virginia); and Project
Impact (New Jersey); Suffolk County Boces, (NY)
Great educational theatre for all ages."
~ Martha Hart Johns, Coordinator for Educational
Theatre Programs, Kaiser-Permanente
gratitude to Montgomery County (MD) Government and the
Arts and Humanitites Council of Montgomery County for awarding
Kate a 2008 Community Connection Grant which helped fund
in part the creation of her new show:
in Politics ~
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Campbell Stevenson presents: Women: Back to the Future
12122 David Drive,
Silver Spring, MD 20904 ~ Phone: 301-622-1588
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