After a life of public service and suffrage activism, Jeannette Rankin shocks the world when she is elected to Congress in 1916—four years before white women got the right to vote. However, after just a few days in Congress she faces a choice that could destroy her life’s mission.
Through invigorating pop music, We Won’t Sleep theatrically disrupts then and now in an exuberant and inspiring experience by America’s most produced playwright Lauren M. Gunderson and singer, composer and activist Ari Afsar (American Idol, Hamilton), that explores the dream of an equal vote for all Americans, a dream that remains unfulfilled even today.
2h incl intermission
May 31st, 2022
July 3rd, 2022
Appropriate for all ages (Signature does not admit children under 6)
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