When we can meet again at the Bath House Cultural Center...
by Ann Timmons
Marching to the Historic Bath House Cultural Center
& Polling Place
directed by Carson McCain
Kat Lozano as Alice Paul
Caitlin Chapa as Lucy Burns
Lindsay Hayward as Dora Lewis
Bwalya Chisanga as Winifred Mallon
Megan Haratine as Carrie Chapman Catt
Cindee Mayfield as Dr. Anna Howard Shaw
Leslie Patrick as Maud Wood Park
Octavia Y. Thomas as Ida B. Wells
Political change has never been easy in America, especially when two different factions fight for the same thing using divergent tactics.
It's My Party! offers a fresh take on the storied conflict between establishment and radical suffragists. Written to commemorate the Suffrage Centennial, this play focuses on the daring stunts, shaky alliances, and bitter rivalries that propelled the nation's march toward passing the 19th Amendment.
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Ann Timmons started her theatre career as an actor, performing on regional stages, Off-Broadway, television, and movies. Her plays have been performed in many venues.
Off-Broadway and national tour: Off the Wall: The Life and Works of Charlotte Perkins Gilman; Washington, D.C: Becoming Calvin; National tour: Beyond Shadowlands; Virginia tour: The Jamestown Adventure Express; Page-to-Stage at The Kennedy Center: A Very Present Presence, and Bigger Than All of Us.
Ann's plays take a close look at accepted history and conventional wisdom, and feature protagonists who often unwittingly upend the status quo. She has an MFA in Theatre (Acting) from the University of Illinois, and is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association, SAG-AFTRA, and the Dramatists Guild. Ann lives in Brooklyn, USA! To learn more about Ann and her work, visit the website: www.anntimmons.com.