Speakers/Chautauqua Catalog

Name Ms. Susi Spirita Wolf
Email susi@wolfsongcreative.com
Website http://www.wolfsongcreative.com
Phone 505/881-1220
Address 12225 Menaul Blvd. NE #C
Albuquerque, NM  87112
Biographical Info Susi Wolf has been a multi-faceted entertainer for many years. She currently combines her love of storytelling with acting to write and perform one-woman shows. And sometimes she steps off the stage to facilitate workshops. She believes acting and storytelling are just another form of teaching, because there is communication and lessons in all performing arts. Susi believes this work is sacred and says she'll never retire. Not as long as there are stories to tell.
Program Title GRANDMARY THE VICTORIAN LADY: Life in the Victorian Parlor and the Suffrage Movement
Character Name Grandmary
Program Description Grandmary appears by virtue of "time travel" and tells stories from the late 19th century while giving etiquette lessons. She also shares valuable historical information by telling tales and showing some of her beloved and interesting Victorian possessions. Her shared knowledge of the Suffragette Movement is a fun and important lesson - the guests even wear an authentic Suffragette Sash and march in a Suffragette parade. A truly important historic component of Grandmary’s appearance is to experience the growth and trials of the Suffragette Movement through her eyes. In modern society, we often forget the debt owed these brave feminist pioneers. In Victorian times, life could be dismal for women who wanted to be part of business, sign contracts, vote, have child custody and more. There are so many interesting and accurate stories of the courage and cunning of these women who wore white sashes.
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