Victoria and Tennie's Radical American Road Show
the true story of the first woman to run for president
an original devised interactive performance directed by Rob C. Thompson
March 18 to April 8
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Victoria Woodhull and her sister Tennie began life as psychic mediums in their father's traveling medicine show and rose to become the first women stock brokers in America. In 1872, Victoria was nominated for president decades before women could vote. They courted scandal and invited controversy advocating for prostitutes, the working classes, free love, and women's rights. In this interactive experience, audience members join the scene rallying, investing, and protesting from the comfort of their seats.
$15 General Admission. $10 Students.