If a Door Opens: A Journey with Frances Perkins

IfADoorOpens.jpg
Perkins5.jpg
Perkins6.jpg
Perkins7.jpg
Perkins8.jpg
IfADoorOpens.jpg
Perkins5.jpg
Perkins6.jpg
Perkins7.jpg
Perkins8.jpg

If a Door Opens: A Journey with Frances Perkins

16.00

Written and performed by Charlotte Keefe, this insightful play focuses on one of the most influential — but little-known — women in our country's history. Frances Perkins was an American sociologist and workers-rights advocate who served as the U.S. Secretary of Labor from 1933 to 1945. Perkins tirelessly worked throughout her career to improve the quality of life for all. Keefe brings Perkins' story to life as a fast-moving narrative — with touches of humor as the embattled secretary crosses verbal swords with the good old boys of the congressional establishment.

Date:
Quantity:
Add To Cart