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Jane Cox to make a special appearance at the Webster City Community Theater.
Posted: May 15 2013 by ppowers

 

The Randall Fine Arts Council and the Webster City Community Theatre will serve as the co-sponsors of a special theatrical appearance of Jane Cox from Iowa State University Theater in Ames. Cox will perform a one woman show, The Promised Land, a story about a Nebraska pioneer woman homesteading in the late 1800s. The performance will be held at the Webster City Community Theater on Saturday,May 25 at 3:00 p.m. There is no admission charge but a free will offering will be taken to offset costs to the Council and W.C.C.T. Cox has been involved with over 250 productions as an actress, designer or director. Her one woman shows have been performed in over 20 states as well as the Kennedy Center and the Smithsonian. The first one woman show she performed was The Belle of Amhearst about Emily Dickinson which toured Iowa through a grant from the Fisher Foundation. It was also performed in other states and in Russia. She wrote the Yellow Rose of Suffrage through funding from a grant from the Liberal Arts and Science College at Iowa State University. It concerns the life and words of one of Iowa's women, Carrie Chapman Catt.

 

The Randall Fine Arts Council and the Webster City Community Theatre will serve as the co-sponsors of a special theatrical appearance of Jane Cox from Iowa State University Theater in Ames. Cox will perform a one woman show, The Promised Land, a story about a Nebraska pioneer woman homesteading in the late 1800s. The performance will be held at the Webster City Community Theater on Saturday,May 25 at 3:00 p.m. There is no admission charge but a free will offering will be taken to offset costs to the Council and W.C.C.T. Cox has been involved with over 250 productions as an actress, designer or director. Her one woman shows have been performed in over 20 states as well as the Kennedy Center and the Smithsonian. The first one woman show she performed was The Belle of Amhearst about Emily Dickinson which toured Iowa through a grant from the Fisher Foundation. It was also performed in other states and in Russia. She wrote the Yellow Rose of Suffrage through funding from a grant from the Liberal Arts and Science College at Iowa State University. It concerns the life and words of one of Iowa's women, Carrie Chapman Catt.

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