The cast + crew + family members of Mosaic: Voices of Women’s Suffrage traveled to Seneca Falls, NY on September 30 and October 1, 2011 to perform Mosaic live at the National Women’s Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Weekend.
Performances were scheduled at Seneca Falls Middle School and at the First Presbyterian Church of Seneca Falls—where Alice Paul first proposed the Equal Rights Amendment in 1923.
In between performances, the cast toured many of the historic women’s rights landmarks and buildings in Seneca Falls including:
Traveling to Seneca Falls and walking in the footsteps of the suffragists who paved the way for women’s rights was truly a memorable and transformative experience — a highly recommended and worthwhile journey to the Finger Lakes region of New York State.
For more information on visiting Seneca Falls and discovering its many activities, historical sites and events year-round plus travel directions and a list of regional cultural favorites, check out: