Celebrate Women’s History Month at Wyck!

Press Release

Article in Broad Street Review

This March, Wyck presents its first series of women’s history programs.  Inspired by the wondrous women of Wyck, we strive to continue their legacy of innovation, education and equality.  These intimate performances have limited seating, so get your tickets early!  Each program will begin with a short video presentation, introducing you to Wyck’s own women’s history.  Stay after the performance to enjoy light refreshments and friendly discussion.  Tours of Wyck will be optional and free for attendees.

2017 Series – click on the picture to learn more about each program and to buy tickets. Please note the age appropriateness of each program.

Carol Spacht as Juliette Gordon Low
Juliette Gordon Low, portrayed by Carol Spacht March 11 @ 11am / All ages – especially youth

 

 

Millicent Sparks as Harriet Tubman
Harriet Tubman, portrayed by Millicent Sparks March 18 @ 11am / Ages 9 – adult
Emma's Parlor performance
“Emma’s Parlor”, a toy-theatre play about Emma Goldman, featuring Martina Plag and Lorna Howley. Two shows! March 25 @ 1pm and 3pm/ Ages 12 – adult