Britt Fishel and Artists
October 2-October 4
allowed|aloud is the culmination of two years of research and continued examination into the normalized animalization of women through literature, everyday dialog, and the preconceptions that follow. While asking questions about choice, survival, and rebellion, we investigate historical waves of feminism in our country: the reactive elements, the cyclical elements, and investigate how women have taken to resolving the misogyny and internalized sexism, while examining personal protest. How do women adjust, re-adjust, break the mold, and forge ahead under vexatious situations? We bury, cover, shelter, fix, secure, rebel, riot, and repeat.
Ticket buyers will be emailed a link to website and film before their designated performance time. Appropriate for all ages.
Friday, Oct 2 at 9pm
Saturday, Oct 3 at 8pm
Sunday, Oct 4 at 2pm
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