19th Amendment Project | November 1st | 7:00PM


November 1st | 7:00PM | $6

The 19th Amendment Project is a collection of short plays all written by women and/or non-binary playwrights celebrating the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment and its ongoing impact in our world and politics of 2020. These plays were presented at the Burning Coal Theatre Company in Raleigh, NC earlier this year and Mad Cow Theatre is bringing them to Orlando and the ever-expanding virtual audience. 

Gerrymanderia, or The Miss Earth Vacancy in the Miss Universe Pageant System by Ariel Zetina
Gerrymanderia is competing for The Miss Earth Vacancy title in the Miss Universe Pageant System and urges the viewers at home to vote for her; meanwhile two women at home are struggling to cast their votes.

Apartment 19: An Allegorical Play by Magdalena Gomez
Set in present day New York City, Magdalena Gómez writes an allegory on the erasure of Women of Color from suffrage and feminist history as told by two Afro-Latina characters.  Content warning: some profanity, mention of sexual assault.

She drove me to town hall when I turned 18 so I could register to vote by Kelly Doyle 
A ten minute speech on privilege for the 100th Anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. 

How it works: First you must purchase access here, then you will be sent a link to a ZOOM webinar the morning of the performance(s) via email.