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  • This one-woman show is based on the humorous writings of 19th-century author, Marietta Holley, whose character Samantha appeared in over twenty books between 1874-1914. A farm wife, rustic philosopher, Samantha uses horse sense humor to tackle issues of suffrage, rights denied by the church, differential intelligence, affiliative status, gender assumptions of the culture, and much more.
  • In this one-woman show, Barbara Knight, aka Miz Wizard, prepares for then tapes the premiere episode of "Miz Wizard's Science Secrets" for public access tv. In this 70-85 minute performance, she talks of women's contributions to science, math, invention, etc. and the obstacles they've faced and overcome. In the process, she tells stories and sings a song while dressed in a skeleton costume outfitted with ovaries. She even does a couple of science demonstrations. Most of the time they don't explo…
  • This is a one-woman show using history and humor to tell stories of women and sports. "Sammy Kay Knight," teacher and former professional basketball player with the All-American Redheads, rambles about various topics (play days, gym class, Title IX, medical theories, media images, African-American women athletes, Olympic sex tests, etc) that engage the enduring themes of physical capacity, propriety, and femininity. The monologue incorporates historical and contemporary slides in the guise of a …
  • In this one-woman show, Barbara Knight, aka Miz Wizard, prepares for then tapes the premiere episode of "Miz Wizard's Science Secrets" for public access tv. In this 70-85 minute performance, she talks of women's contributions to science, math, invention, etc. and the obstacles they've faced and overcome. In the process, she tells stories and sings a song while dressed in a skeleton costume outfitted with ovaries. She even does a couple of science demonstrations. Most of the time they don't explo…
  • This one-woman show is based on the humorous writings of 19th-century author, Marietta Holley, whose character Samantha appeared in over twenty books between 1874-1914. A farm wife, rustic philosopher, Samantha uses horse sense humor to tackle issues of suffrage, rights denied by the church, differential intelligence, affiliative status, gender assumptions of the culture, and much more.
  • This is a one-woman show using history and humor to tell stories of women and sports. "Sammy Kay Knight," teacher and former professional basketball player with the All-American Redheads, rambles about various topics (play days, gym class, Title IX, medical theories, media images, African-American women athletes, Olympic sex tests, etc) that engage the enduring themes of physical capacity, propriety, and femininity. The monologue incorporates historical and contemporary slides in the guise of a …