The talkback, which is titled "More about Ann - And the Future," will focus on women in politics, both the history and the future, as well as Steinem's work both campaigning for Ann Richards and as her colleague. The discussion is complimentary with ticket purchase to the June 25 performance. Directed by Benjamin Endsley Klein, Ann began performances Feb. 18 at Lincoln Center’s Vivian Beaumont Theater and opened March 7. The production will play its final performance June 30.
A founder of the National Women's Political Caucus with Bella Abzug and Shirley Chisholm, Gloria Steinem has spent more than 40 years as an on-the-road campaigner for pro-equality candidates. Steinem is a writer, lecturer, editor and feminist activist. She travels the globe as an organizer and lecturer and is a frequent media spokeswoman on equality issues. She is interested in the shared origins of sex and race caste systems, gender roles and child abuse as roots of violence, non-violent conflict resolution, the cultures of indigenous peoples, and organizing across boundaries for peace and justice. She currently lives in New York and is working on a book about her more than 30 years on the road as a feminist organizer.
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