Celebrate the Centennial by experiencing the speech from Seneca Falls, New York in 1848 that launched the movement. Rebecca Now re-enacts Elizabeth Cady Stanton, giving the context for the Woman’s Right Convention, an excerpt from her famous address, and the reaction afterwards. No cost and two viewing options on Eventbrite
The Tuxedo Park STL Bed and Breakfast filming is shown above. This charming church converted into a gorgeous bed and breakfast was the perfect site in Webster Groves, Missouri to bring the Tale of Seneca Falls to life. Elizabeth Cady Stanton gave her first speech in Wesleyan Chapel in Seneca Falls, New York. Filmed by Webster University film student Ethan Canby.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton is now being joined by two 19th friends for a trio of activists available to perform: Jenny Morris as Susan B. Anthony and Tia Adkins as Sojourner Truth.
To Book any of these three re enactors, individually or in combination, contact Rebecca Now, 314 800-4050 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Failure is Impossible!”
Bring Elizabeth Cady Stanton in person to your community! It has been 170 years since her famous speech at Seneca Falls, NY at the Wesleyan Chapel. You can experience Rebecca Now presenting this speech. Book her for your Suffrage Centennial Celebration or storytelling festival.
Celebrate the Vote, August 18th 2016, acknowledged the 95th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote.
The Golden Lane re-enactment took place in the summer of 2016.
This event honored the centennial of the event when 3,000+ women lined St. Louis streets during the 1916 Democratic Convention. Black women were a part of the 1916 march, and had a larger presence and leadership role in the 2016 re enactment.