Forward Theater Company - 45 Plays for America’s First Ladies
Presented By Forward Theater Company

45 Plays for America’s First Ladies

Thu, Nov 5 - Sun, Nov 22

The Playhouse

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Thu 11/05/20 7:30 PM

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Sat 11/07/20 7:30 PM

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Sun 11/22/20 2:00 PM

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Notices:

Ages 12 and up

Overture has suspended all performances through November 30. Forward Theater has emailed all ticketholders with status information and instructions regarding their 2020 productions.

That status info can also be found via Forward Theater’s updated information, which includes alternate performance dates and FAQ.

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By Chloe Johnston, Sharon Greene, Genevra Gallo-Bayiates, Bilal Dardai, and Andy Bayiates

Directed by Jennifer Uphoff Gray

Forty-five plays. Forty-five+ First Ladies. This 100-minute journey through American history utilizes comedy, drama, music, dance and more as it surveys the lives of the women who have served (and avoided serving) as First Lady. 45 Plays… is a biographical, meta-theatrical, genre-bending look at gender, race, and everything else your history teacher never taught you about the founding (and the confounding) of America.

A brand-new project from the writers of 44 Plays for 44 Presidents, described perfectly by the Los Angeles Times:

“If Jon Stewart, the Smothers Brothers, and the League of Women Voters invaded the Hall of Presidents at Disney World, the results might resemble this play.”