Protest Play Empowers Women
Protest Play Empowers Women’s
Women who understand female anatomy and the functions of the female organs are empowered to make informed health decisions. “UN BECOMING” is the story of a sensuous artist named Emma Douglas. Emma is empowered to take control of her own body when an unlikely hero rises up to help her avoid an unwarranted surgery to remove her healthy sex organs.
Pasadena is the 40th city to host “UN BECOMING” since it’s New York premiere in 2004. Written in the tradition of the Federal Theater Project’s “living newspaper” theater, “UN BECOMING” explores how any woman can lose control when the voice of intuition is silenced.
UN BECOMING, by Rick Schweikert
DVD screening of the Off Broadway premiere
Friday, November 2, 2007, 7:30pm
The Westin Pasadena, Plaza Room
191 North Los Robles
Pasadena, CA 91101
Open to the public
Followed by a talk-back with the playwright & the HERS Foundation’s Nora W. Coffey
“If you have a mother or wife or sister or daughter or female friend, un becoming is vitally important."
“Every woman, man and child should see this play!
–Barbara Seaman, author of The Greatest Experiment Ever Performed On Women
Nora W. Coffey, 610-662-9114
Rick Schweikert, 484-432-8356