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PRODUCTION PHOTOS

She's History set
Amy Simon as Susan B. Anthony
Amy Simon as Victoria Woodhull
Amy Simon as Sojourner Truth
Amy Simon as Lucretia Mott
Amy Simon as Bella Abzug
Amy Simon as Alice Paul
School report on Frances Wright, first woman in America to speak in public to men and women.
Mom watching Nancy Pelosi, first female Speaker of the House, making her acceptance speech.

AFTER SHOW PHOTOS

Joy Rose, Founder Mamapalooza and New York City’s Museum Of Motherhood, after a fundraising performance.
Marianna Mott, Famous Quaker and 1800s Abolitionist Lucretia Mott’s great great great great granddaughter.
Pacifica Radio KPFK Los Angeles Feminist Magazine From Left to Right – Author Mignon Moore, ME – Amy Simon, Host Arian Manoff, and Denise Zepeda KPFK Staffer.
Sergeant Williams of The Bulldog Brigade, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas.
Dr. Phyllis Chesler, Emerita Professor of Psychology and Women’s Studies at City University of New York, best selling and influential author, a legendary feminist leader, and a psychotherapist and expert courtroom witness. What an honor to have her at the show. This photo was taken at a fundraiser I performed for at The Museum Of Motherhood, October 2011.
Ellen Carol DuBois, Author, Feminist, UCLA History Professor, Award Winning Fabulous Female, with her students.
Educators and friends at the March run at The Lounge (from left to right) Joannie Parker (formerly of Harvard-Westlake), friend, Jacqueline Hamilton of The Education Consortium Of Central Los Angeles, friend, Martha Wheelock, Women’s History Professor at Harvard-Westlake and filmaker, Dave Foldvary, Horace Mann Middle School History Teacher
Chatting with Gloria Steinem after my Bella Abzug performance.
Photo by Robin L Gallagher

FUN FABULOUS WOMEN’S HISTORY PHOTOS

Harvard Westlake's Women's History Professor and Wild West Women Filmmaker Martha Wheelock put me in her fabulous film "California Women Win The Vote!" I played Maude Younger, "The Millionaire Waitress”.
The screening of the film at The Autry Museum in Los Angeles.
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