Beginning in March, Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble will perform Finding Our Voices: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, the Friendship that Fueled the Beginning in March, Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble will perform Finding Our Voices: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, the Friendship that Fueled the Women’s Rights Movement, its 38th annual Theatre In the Classroom (TIC) production. Tour dates are March 28 through June 3.
From the end of March to the beginning of June school students in Pennsylvania and neighboring states will spend an hour remembering a time when the fight for the right to vote was the news of the day when BTE performs Finding Our Voices in their school. With their time-tested, energetic storytelling style, imaginative props, and audience involvement, BTE transforms elementary and middle school cafeterias and gymnasiums into the United States of the 1850s and the suffrage movement.
Finding Our Voices is suitable for all ages and will tour to schools, community centers, and libraries across the Commonwealth and beyond beginning March 23 through June 5.
Booking dates for the 2016 tour are available. Teachers, administrators, and parent- teacher organizations should call BTE’s School Programs Director, Paula Henry at 570.458.4075 or e-mail at email@example.com for more information.