Margaret Sanger: Radiant Rebel 1940

MARGARET SANGER
Radiant Rebel 1940

Forty-minutte Solo Play

From the Writings of Margaret Sanger

As she lectured and toured throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia, meeting with Gandhi and heads of states, Margaret Sanger changed world views on birth control, advocating not abortion, but prevention, and giving women the ultimate control over their lives by teaching them practical birth control methods.

 

MARGARET SANGER
Radiant Rebel 1940, 1916

Ninety-minute solo play in two acts


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WHAT OUR AUDIENCES SAY

UCLA Center for the Study of Women

“This poignant story of SangerÍs embrace of her life work–to ensure that every child is wanted–captured our audience. It was as if you ñbecameî Margaret Sanger in manner, in dress, and in words; you gave a remarkable performance. “


Planned Parenthood of Central Oklahoma

” I had heard through the Planned Parenthood grapevine that Ms. Reed seemed to “channel” the spirit of Margaret Sanger…. This poignant story of SangerÍs embrace of her life work–to ensure that every child is wanted–captured our audience. It was as if you ñbecameî Margaret Sanger in manner, in dress, and in words; you gave a remarkable performance. “

 

 

 

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