Event Title

Afternoon Tea: Women's Folk Music - VIDEO

Event Type

Event

Location

Marymount Institute

Streaming Media

Start Date

26-10-2010 4:00 PM

End Date

26-10-2010 5:00 PM

Description

Geer and Marshall, traditional folk musicians and singer-songwriters who were taught to play music by Woody Guthrie, performed folk songs as well as their own songs and discuss women's activism in the folk music tradition.

Musicians:
Ellen Geer is the artistic director of the Theatricum Botanicum, an outdoor amphitheater in Topanga Canyon, California, where she has both acted and directed in 50 productions. She is a visiting Associate Professor of Acting at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Theatre, Film, and Television. Geer has played a major role in providing theatre education to school children in the Los Angeles area through several successful Theatricum sponsored programs.

Melora Marshall is a stage actress who has been a consistent and luminous presence on the Theatricum Botanicum stage in Topanga Canyon, California, for decades.

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Afternoon Tea: Women's Folk Music - VIDEO

Marymount Institute

Geer and Marshall, traditional folk musicians and singer-songwriters who were taught to play music by Woody Guthrie, performed folk songs as well as their own songs and discuss women's activism in the folk music tradition.

Musicians:
Ellen Geer is the artistic director of the Theatricum Botanicum, an outdoor amphitheater in Topanga Canyon, California, where she has both acted and directed in 50 productions. She is a visiting Associate Professor of Acting at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Theatre, Film, and Television. Geer has played a major role in providing theatre education to school children in the Los Angeles area through several successful Theatricum sponsored programs.

Melora Marshall is a stage actress who has been a consistent and luminous presence on the Theatricum Botanicum stage in Topanga Canyon, California, for decades.