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Living Literature Presents "Phenomenal Women" @ Central

Living Literature Presents "Phenomenal Women" @ Central

In celebration of Women's History Month, Living Literature presents Phenomenal Women, a 40-minute, two-person readers theater-style medley of poetry, prose, and history that celebrate women. For this program we showcase some of our favorite pieces from the 19th Amendment, Mothers & Daughters, and Pearls & Politics programs, celebrating women’s voices, both past and present, who inspire us!

Free and open to the public. Register below to receive reminder notifications or contact the library for assistance.

Living Literature is a collective of Rhode Island- and Massachusetts-based artists and educators who create reader’s theater-style performances of non-dramatic writing. Since its inception in January of 1996, Living Literature has created over 100 programs based on poems, stories, novels, plays, essays, biographies, articles, and oral histories. They have presented the works of more than 100 different authors and done presentations in over 50 schools, more than 40 libraries, and many other community venues throughout southeastern New England. 

Monday, March 27, 2023
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Zach Berger; 401-943-9080 x3; zach@cranstonlibrary.org
James T. Giles Community Room
Central Library
  History     Theater  
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Catia (she/her) has performed at Trinity Repertory Company, Burbage Theatre Company, Rhode Island Latino Arts, and Santa Fe Playhouse, to name a few. She obtained her BFA in Acting from the University of Rhode Island and is a resident artist at the Burbage Theatre Company and Rhode Island Latino Arts. She's currently workshopping two plays of her own: a piece called Good and a bilingual adaptation of the classic The Great Gatsby.





Kelly Seigh has been a proud collaborator with Living Literature for over 15 years. She was most recently seen as Jessie in Sweat at the Gamm Theatre. Kelly has also worked locally at Trinity Rep (where she received her MFA in Acting), Burbage Theatre Company, and the Wilbury Theatre Group. She is a resident performer with the Empire Revue sketch comedy group and served two terms as a Board Member and Board Chair for the Manton Avenue Project, where she has also volunteered as an actor, dramaturg, and mentor.