Monthly Archives: March 2013

Anniversary of the 15th Amendment

Today, March 30, is the anniversary of the ratification of the 15th Amendment. On March 30, 1870 African-American men were granted the right to vote. The amendment reads, “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be … Continue reading

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Women’s History Month: Frances Perkins

March is Women’s History Month. March 3 was the 100th anniversary of suffragists’ march on Washington. Before women had the right to vote, Frances Perkins worked tirelessly as a New York Consumer’s League lobbyist. She was instrumental in getting New … Continue reading

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Frances Perkins returns to Texas

Angelo Civic Theatre in San Angelo, Texas  has booked If A Door Opens for June 7 and possibly June 8. Thanks to Linda Shoemaker and Liz Starnes for making this happen. Check out their website, angelocivictheatre.com.

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A True Good Samaritan

The parable of the Good Samaritan illustrates the concept of “Love your neighbor as yourself.” As told in Luke 10: 25-37 a lawyer asked Jesus, “Who is my neighbor?”  The literal definition of neighbor is someone who lives near or … Continue reading

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Santa Fe

“If A Door Opens: A Journey with Frances Perkins” will be taking a journey to Santa Fe. I will be performing  at the Teatro Paraguas May 17-19. This is a lovely theatre. I hope if you are in the Santa … Continue reading

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Feedback from Broadway Producer

Recently I had the pleasure of email correspondence with Tom Viertel, a well respected Broadway producer who read my script for If A Door Opens.  He had some positive things to say about my project and encouraged me to keep … Continue reading

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