Redistricting Comes to the Theater

17 May 2018 7:52 AM | Anonymous



Who knew a housewife and mother of five could make such a difference?

Certainly not Mary Ellen McCaffree, when she took on the problem of her kids’ ill-funded schools. In this one-woman show, you’ll join Mary Ellen’s deep dive into the legislative lion’s den of redistricting. As she is thrust center stage in the fight for one person - one vote, you’ll recognize political parallels to today – dysfunction, obstruction, partisan ploys, and also leaders firmly focused on We the People. Mary Ellen’s unexpected journey will inspire you to join the fresh voices rising today. On your mark, pick your passion, GO!

Many Maps, One Voice, excerpted from Mary Ellen's book, Politics of the Possible, tracks the redistricting journey of Mary Ellen McCaffree, played by veteran stage actress Jane Fellows (Belle of Amherst, The Trip to Bountiful, Good Morning, Miss America). Timely and timeless, this is a show that's perfect for the 2018 midterms and the next round of redistricting. Many Maps is a call to civic engagement, citizen action and civility in the ongoing voting rights fight inherent in the census and redistricting. 

Read more about the show and most importantly, buy your tickets today!

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