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VICTORY FOR VICTORIA

Music by Alissa Rhode / Lyrics by Peggy Peterson Ryan / Book by Susan Peterson Holmes

 

An original musical about Victoria Woodhull, the first woman to run for
the presidency of the United States. Just in time for election season!

 

Dates: Thursday, October 27 at 7:30 PM (preview)

Friday, October 28 at 7:30 PM (opening night)

Saturday, October 29 at 4 PM and 7:30 PM

Sunday, October 30 at 2 PM

 

Tickets: $28 General Admission / $18 Student, Artist / $16 Preview

Order online at http://victoryforvictoria.bpt.me/ or by calling 1-800-838-3006

Location:  Wauwatosa Woman’s Club, 1626 Wauwatosa Avenue, Wauwatosa WI 53213

Stage Direction: Jill Anna Ponasik Music Direction: Brian Myers

Featuring:

Allie Babich as Victoria Claflin Woodhull
Katy Johnson as Tennessee (Tennie) Claflin

Joel Kopischke as Reuben (Buck) Claflin

Nathan Wesselowski as Dr Canning (Doc) Woodhull

Samantha Sostarich as Josie Mansfield

Adam Estes as Col. James Blood

Bryce Lord as Cornelius Vanderbilt and the Rev Henry Ward Beecher

Diane Lane as Susan B. Anthony

Cecilia Davis as Isabella Beecher Hooker

Rick Pendzich as Anthony Comstock

 

For more information: http://www.milwaukeeoperatheatre.org

 

Contact:            Jill Anna Ponasik

Artistic Director, Milwaukee Opera Theatre

917-684-0512

http://www.milwaukeeoperatheatre.org

 

ABOUT VICTORY FOR VICTORIA

Based on the life of Victoria Woodhull (1838-1927), Victory for Victoria traces life of this pioneering feminist from obscurity to prosperity. Guided by spirit visions, she overcomes childhood poverty and an abusive early marriage, becoming the first female stockbroker on Wall Street, the first woman to address Congress, and the first woman to run for President. She galvanizes the woman suffrage movement with her bold advocacy of women’s political, economic, and sexual equality, but her career crashes after she exposes the adultery of America’s beloved clergyman Henry Ward Beecher.  A multifarious and fascinating character study, Victory for Victoria examines Woodhull’s life and legacy in all its complexity.

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