February 16, 2019 Taos, New Mexico

The Harwood Museum of Art

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Documentary Theatrical Reading of: SEVEN
Friday, March 9, 2018 - 7:00 pm

Documentary Theatrical Reading of: SEVEN

Arthur Bell Auditorium

A riveting documentary theatrical reading, SEVEN tells the true stories of seven women who bravely fought for the well-being of women, families, and children around the globe: in Russia, protecting women from domestic violence; in Cambodia, rescuing girls from human trafficking; in Guatemala, giving voice to the poor; in Afghanistan, empowering rural women; in Nigeria and Pakistan, fighting for women’s education and rights; and in Northern Ireland, promoting peace and equality.

Seven acclaimed playwrights collaborated to create the compelling tapestry of stories, weaving together the words of seven remarkable women who faced life-threatening obstacles to bring about major improvements in the lives of women and girls in their home countries.

Performed by casts of all kinds–young or old, actors or not, celebrities, students, politicians–and with either full staging or as a reading, SEVEN has now been translated into more than 20 languages. It has been seen by audiences all around the globe–in fact, in 32 countries! And in the US, the play has been performed in 22 states so far, with more on the way.

The Harwood production will be read by:

Pam Parker as Marina Pislakova-Parker, Russia
Karen Thibodeau, as Mukhtar Mai, Pakistan
Judith Rane as Inez McCormack, Northern Ireland
Christine Autumn as Hafsat Abiola, Nigeria
Anne MacNaughton as Farida Azizi, Afghanistan
Mikala Martinez as Mu Sochua, Cambodia
Susan Nuss as Annabella De Leon, Guatemala

Director Jane Ayles

This event is free donations will be accepted and appreciated..   Seating is limited and general, doors open at 6:30 sharp.