The American Legacy
220 East Fourth Street ~ New York, New York 10009
Administration: (212) 995 8410 ~ Tickets: (212) 995 5302
Lorna Lable as Emma Goldman
photo by Gayle Stahlhuth
Metropolitan Playhouse presents Emma Goldman: My Life, a portrait of a charismatic, witty woman living in America in the early 1900s, never afraid to speak her mind about women's rights and the widening gap between the rich and poor.
Written and performed by Lorna Lable
Directed by Karen Case Cook
Produced by the East Lynne Theater Company
Friday, October 26, 2012
at 8 pm
"Emma is superb! "
- Ed Wismer, Cape May Star and Wave
"You're witnessing one of the greatest activists in history answer questions from phantom colleagues sitting next to you. She is a masterful speaker, answering questions with authority and ease. She's passionate, insightful and from her answers, you soon realize she is eternally pulling for those who are lacking an advocate. And that's what you learn to love about her." - Tom Sims, Exit Zero (NJ)
Funding has been made possible by a grant given to the East Lynne Theater Company by the Puffin Foundation