CeCe Sloan has been a member of the United States National Committee of UN Women for years, and during that time, she has learned a thing or two about outreach. So, singlehandedly, she has spearheaded a series of readings of SEVEN, both in Southern California and back east, to bring the stories of human rights activists to all kinds of audiences–big and small, young and old.
Here’s the schedule for CeCe Sloan’s Women Playreaders for Women Playwrights project–past performances and upcoming readings in 2017:
SEVEN. City of Laguna Woods CA. International Women’s Day March 7.
SEVEN. UU Congregation Tapestry Women, Mission Viejo CA-Women’s Action Committee. March 11.
SEVEN. Commission on the Status of Women, UN Plaza New York City. March 20.
SEVEN. Interactive Monologue Readings, University of California, Irvine, Theatre Arts Class. April 26.
SEVEN. The Neighborhood Church-Laguna Beach, CA. Benefit for: Living Ubunto. May 6.
SEVEN. The Towers, Senior Independent Living-Awareness project. Laguna Woods. CA. May 20
SEVEN. The Boston Court Theater, Pasadena CA. A 50/50 Leadership Program. June 10,
SEVEN. Orange County Center for Contempory Art (OCCCA) Art Gallery, Santa Ana. CA. Cconcurrent exhibition: Art as Protest. June 17.
And, to be announced soon, readings in the Berkshires to benefit the Elizabeth Freeman Center in Pittsfield (for survivors of violence and domestic abuse).
Photo above: The reading in Laguna Woods.