The Iconic Women Theatre Series had been changing the face of theatre for five years before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the life-altering global health crisis, the manner in which the plays in the Iconic Women Theatre Series can be presented was not only cutting edge but vital to the presentation of live productions. The series provides the public a way in which meaningful live theatre will thrive as the world slowly moves towards a “new normal.”
The Iconic Women Theatre Series is transformative in a number of ways:
Learn more about the plays in the Iconic Women Theatre Series and how you can bring or produce them in your community.
Stand Still & Look Stupid by Mike Broemmel tells the incomparable life story of Hedy Lamarr. Known during the Golden Age of Hollywood as "the most beautiful girl in the world," Hedy Lamarr is also the inventor that made the Digital Age possible.
The Hours of Anne by Mike Broemmel follows final day in the life of Anne Boleyn, leading up to her beheading in the Tower of London. The play sets the record straight about Henry VIII's second wife.
Mother! by Mike Broemmel and Jennifer Dempsey chronicles the sometimes tragic and ultimately triumphant life of labor leader and union organizer Mary Harris "Mother" Jones who tireless fought for working men, women, and children.
La Primera Mujer by Mike Broemmel presents the true life story of Eva Peron, the former First Lady of Argentina better known as Evita. For two decades, the operetta Evita has warped the life story of Eva Peron beyond recognition
The Bonfils Girl by Mike Broemmel chronicles the amazing life of Helen Bonfils -- the first woman to serve as the publisher of a major daily newspaper, a dominate force in Broadway theatre, and much more.
Call Me Mrs. Evers by Mike Broemmel presents the life story of civil rights leader Myrlie Ever, the widow of Medgar Evers. Following the assassination of her husband in 1963, Myrlie took up the civil rights mantel in her own right.