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“Women’s Suffrage: A Radical Difference in Tactics” Post-Show Talkback: Sunday 1/28
Emily E. LB. Twarog, PhD (Assistant Professor of History and Labor Studies at the University of Illinois’ School of Labor and Employment Relations – Labor Education Program; Director of the Regina V. Polk Women’s Labor Leadership Conference) and Tony Wolf (author of Edith Garrud: The Suffragette Who Knew Jujutsu, Suffrajitsu: Mrs. Pankhurst’s Amazons; co-producer of No Man Shall Protect Us) compare and contrast the largely peaceful and law-abiding women’s suffrage movement in the US with the radical militancy that characterized the UK movement between the years 1902-1914. Dramaturg Kenya Hall moderates.
Industry Discount: ALL SHOWS 1/15 – 2/17
10 industry tix available for $10 for each performance – first paid, first reserved. Book online with code BODYGUARD to be sure you’re in, then show proof of industry affiliation (headshot/resume, business card, etc.) at the box office.
Pay What You Can: THURSDAYS 1/18, 1/25, 2/1, & 2/8
For reservations call 773-904-0391 or walk-in.
Chicago Theatre Week: 2/8 – 18
BWBTC is proud to be among the participating theatres! Use code CTW18 online to reserve $15 tix for all shows falling within the 2/8-18 date range.
IMPACT Collection: 2/15 – 17
The Babes will be taking a post-show collection in honor of IMPACT Chicago at all performances this weekend. IMPACT is committed to ending violence and building a non-violent world in which all people can live safely and with dignity. By teaching self-defense, IMPACT provides women and girls with the tools they need to prevent, minimize, and stop violence. IMPACT Chicago is committed to making its programs accessible to people of all economic, racial/ethnic, and social groups.
Photos by Joe Mazza, brave lux inc.