18 PLAYS FOR WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH is a classroom-ready collection of 18 short plays portraying a wide range of female protagonists from history and folklore in America and around the world. Help your students learn about the courageous women throughout the ages who have changed our world for the better. Each playscript contains full set, stage, costume directions along with useful staging tips.
INCLUDES: Mothers & Daughters of Invention: 4,000 Years of Women in Science • Around the World with Nellie Bly • Lady of the Lamp: Florence Nightingale, Founder of Modern Nursing • Bird Woman of the Shoshones: Sacajawea • Annie Oakley: Little Sure-Shot • Chief Sarah, The Indian Joan of Arc • Seneca Falls Convention, 1848 • The Most Dangerous Woman in America: Mary “Mother” Jones • Ruth and Naomi: The Healing Power of Friendship • Hail, Queen Esther! A Purim Play • Pocahontas and John Smith: Saving the Virginia Colony • Rachel the Clever • Tillie Edelpickel’s Sack of Lies • Annie Christmas and the Natchez Trace Bandits • La Caballa Blanca: Greta Nilson’s Magic Mare • Una and the Goblin King • The Laziest Girl in the World • The Splendid Voyage of Kitty Doyle