With the passage of the 19th amendment, women were granted a vote in American elections one century ago. The program features voices of politicians, activists, artists, and citizens in the ongoing struggle to define “a woman’s place.” It also introduces a new dramatic song cycle, by Laura Karpman and Kelley Rourke, that takes its inspiration from the lives and writings of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony.

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A contemporary take on Mozart’s opera, this compact English adaptation includes highlights from the original opera, set into a new book that upends the Mozart and Da Ponte classic.

Town Hall: Never Again?

Holocaust survivor Tana Ross joins a panel that considers how an understanding of our past can galvanize us to work toward a better future.

Town Hall: Me, too. Now What?

How does this movement affect the stories we choose to tell about men, women, sex, and abuse, and the way we choose to tell them?