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The Most Dangerous Women in America—Then and Now

Oct 3, 2011

dangerous women logo 300x189 The Most Dangerous Women in America—Then and Now womens equality day pcc League of Women Voters Creveling Loung  photoWomen won the right to vote in California one hundred years ago, nine years before the passage of the 19th amendment. To celebrate Women’s Equality Day, the League of Women Voters Pasadena and PCC are putting on a show by Amy Simon: She’s History: The Most Dangerous Women in America, Then and Now. Simon’s play Cheerios in my Underwear (and Other True Tales of Motherhood) was the longest running solo show in Los Angeles. Now, she brings her wry humor and gift for impersonation to the history of dangerous women. Good cause, funny show, what else is going on on Monday nights?

She’s History: The Most Dangerous Women in America, Then and Now
Monday, October 10th, 7 p.m.
Building CC, Creveling Lounge, PCC
Near the Southeast corner of Colorado & Hill Aves., Pasadena
$7; Reservations recommended: 626.798.0965; lwvpasadenaarea.org




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