Voices of Mosaic is a non-partisan, theatrical and educational campaign featuring the play Mosaic: Voices of Women’s Suffrage, multi-media DVD, curriculum guide and web-based resources encouraging exploration of the U.S. women’s suffrage movement through living history.
Voices of Mosaic will officially launch on Mother’s Day, May 13, 2012, with a special live performance in Los Gatos, California at the Los Gatos Opera House. In August 2012, Mosaic will be on tour from Denver, Colorado, to Washington, D.C., to celebrate Women’s Equality Day!
Mosaic: Voices of Women’s Suffrage is a short play written and performed by a cast of young women (ages 12 – 16) trained through Colorado Humanities Young Chautauqua program. Mosaic features historic portrayals of suffragists Julia Ward Howe, Caroline Nichols Churchill and Alice Paul. Through monologues — and in conversation over tea — the suffragists each share their unique perspectives on women’s equality and the passage of the 19th Amendment, granting U.S. women the right to vote.
Voices of Mosaic is produced by Voices of Media, LLC, a Colorado-based production company specializing in oral history, documentary and theatrical projects with an emphasis on women’s history, public policy, science, and technology.
Voices of Mosaic is fiscally sponsored through Fractured Atlas, a 501(c)3 non-profit arts and theater organization.
Donations made to Voices of Mosaic are tax-deductible.