"Exposed: Women You Think You Know" is an original, documentary play focusing on the moving and poignant stories of three notable women in the Tampa Bay community. The show takes place 7 pm Oct 6 at the theater, 163 3rd St N in St. Petersburg.
These bold, female leaders, business owners and directors challenge our perspectives on societal norms, like race, religion, and gender roles. Their stories will be performed by local professional actors, and the performance will be followed by a conversation with the audience, actors, and storytellers.
Exposed is an expansion of the themes ignited by the current mainstage production: Intimate Apparel. It’s a great opportunity for local leaders and business owners to come together and discuss how these issues resonate without community.
The women involved are:
Myrtle Williams, former associate provost of SPC Gibbs Campus.
Marika Robinson, ASL Instructor at SPC Clearwater, and deaf community member, originally from Germany.
Katee Tully, former executive director of Morean Arts Center; artist, arts advocate, civil rights advocate).
Tickets are available on American Stage's website.
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