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The Good Fight

The true story of Grace Roe, an early-twentieth-century English women’s suffrage activist, who organized a bodyguard of women trained in martial arts in order to protect the leaders of the militant suffrage movement.

Special thanks to our Production Partners:

East Lake Liquor Store
3916 East Lake Street
Minneapolis MN
612-724-5467

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Cast:

Harriet Kerr: Ellen Apel Cecily: Heather Burmeister Hilda: Erin Denman Emmeline Pankhurst: Delta Rae Giordano Gertrude Harding: Kara Greshwalk Home Secretary McKenna/Inspector McBrien/Men: Duane Koivisto Grace Roe: Jennifer Kudelka Emily Wilding Davison/Edith Garrud: Julie Phillips Constable/Mr. Dickinson/Inspector Gray/Men: James Lekvin Mr. Hunt/Bill/Large Man: David Schlosser Mary, Christabel: Laurel Orman

Creative Team:

Director: Carolyn Levy Stage Manager: Lyndsey Harter Assistant Director: Crystal Schneider Fight Choreographer: Mike Lubke Costume Design: Lisa Conley Light Design: Brittany Eastburn Set Design: Sadie Ward Sound Design: Anita Kelling Prop Design: Sara Kessler

Press:

Press Release Article: Lavender Magazine Article: Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine Review: Minneapolis Star Tribune Review: Aisle Say Review: Twin Cities Daily Planet

September 29, 2012
7:30 pm
Opening Night Gala
September 30, 2012
2:00 pm
October 3, 2012
7:30 pm
Free Wine Wednesday, Audio Described
October 4, 2012
7:30 pm
Pay What You Can
October 5, 2012
7:30 pm
Free Beer Friday
October 6, 2012
7:30 pm
Pre-Show Discussion: Ladies and Feminists: Women's Rights Activists Then and Now with Jacqueline deVries of Augsburg College
October 7, 2012
2:00 pm
Twin Cities Cabaret Artists Network Presents: Women A Broad View
October 10, 2012
7:30 pm
Free Wine Wednesday
October 11, 2012
7:30 pm
Pay What You Can
October 12, 2012
7:30 pm
Free Beer Friday
October 13, 2012
7:30 pm
October 14, 2012
2:00 pm

When you go to see the premiere of a new play, this is the kind of thing you hope to see. It's doubly wonderful because it's so rare.

Matthew A. Everett Twin Cities Daily Planet

The play powerfully dramatizes a significant era for women.

W. Randall Beard Minneapolis Star Tribune

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