SHE SAID is a solo, autobiographical Me Too musical. It is a narrative theatre piece told through song, poetry, childhood stories, and direct audience address. By asserting that there is more to be done after we say “me too,” this show is a reminder that our laws cannot be changed until we change our culture. Only then can we begin to hope.
On Monday, December 11th at 7pm, join us inside the Old Stone House’s Great Room for a free developmental reading and talk back. Featuring original music written and performed by Lily Ali-Oshatz, under the music direction of Julianne Merrill, this reading is directed by Madeline Wall, with arrangements by Mark Galinovsky.
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This work-in-progress-sharing is in conversation with the exhibition Picturing the Constitution, which is on view at the Old Stone House until January 14, 2024.
Picturing the Constitution features artists’ responses to the United States Constitution, including its origins, contents, and interpretations throughout history. Installations, workshops and performances in diverse media by 17 artists and art teams ask: to what extent do these founding documents still serve us (equitably)? What could we add or amend? As we approach the 2024 presidential election, it is an important time to reflect on the history and current state of democracy in America, our rights and responsibilities to our communities today, and the role of artists in depicting and facilitating these ideals.