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Amazing Things Art Center

We are invited by Amazing Things Art Center to put We Did It For You! on there in January 2018. We are very excited to be in an actual theatre for a performance. We have worked into a routine to … Continue reading

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We start off 2018 with more performances

On January 13, we perform at the Walpole United Church. We get a lot of help from people there. It takes a few logistics runs to Walpole to finalize everything. The church is so beautiful but old, so we have … Continue reading

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More 2017 performances

We received some local cultural council grants from towns in Massachusetts to put on more performances. We had to find local venues in Norfolk and in Natick. The Norfolk Public Library has a great space for meetings and performances. The … Continue reading

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Starting performances in Massachusetts

Many of us went to the Women’s March in January 2017 and came away feeling like we had to do something for women’s rights. At the march in Boston, there were thousands and thousands of women and men. We were … Continue reading

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Paying attention – a letter to the new generation

Thinking about history and the stories of people far removed from us can be boring. I heard Sherry Turkle once say how we now can use our smart gadgets to get us through the boring bits of life. I admit … Continue reading

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April 10, 2012 – Victor Valley College Performaing Arts Center

We were invited by the AAUW-Victorville for their annual event Celebrating Women in Mathematics and Science. It took about 2 hours to drive out to Victorville, but it was well-worth the trip. There were about 200 teenage girls there, and … Continue reading

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March 28 – Ft. Irwin National Training Center

We were invited to perform at the Ft. Irwin National Training Center. Since it was 3 hours away, we drove up the night before, grumbling about the distance, not knowing what to expect. We didn’t know if it would be … Continue reading

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