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Interactive one-person historical programs blending video, audio, personal discussion and live performance. Programs include:

**Awarded the 2017 Governor's Arts and Heritage Award in Education by the Governor of Washington State**

THROUGH THE EYES OF A FRIEND (THE WORLD OF ANNE FRANK)
This stirring program brings the audience into the world of Anne Frank. Recognized as a breakthrough production model for consciousness raising and educating individuals, Through the Eyes of a Friend encourages audiences to discover their personal awareness of stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination.

THE NEW AMERICAN
Hard times in Europe in the early 1900s forced many people to pull up their roots, and set out for a new life in America. This is the story of one of these immigrants, an Irish girl named Bridget, whose first steps in America took her through Ellis Island to New York's Lower East Side.

HEAR MY VOICE: WIN THE VOTE
Jessie follows in the footsteps of Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton to help secure the right of American women to vote.

JOURNEY FROM THE DUST
In the midst of the Great Depression of the 1930s, a terrible drought ruins Mark's family's farm. As he journeys across the country, he dicovers his inner fortitude and resilience.

LA CAUSA
When a crop duster sprays Marta and her Mexican-American family, Cesar Chavez's United Farm Workers Movement to fight for improved labor conditions.

NATIVE VISION
In the 1930s and 40s, Navajo children were taken from their reservations and placed in government-run boarding schools in an effort to "civilize" Native Americans into mainstream society. Join Alice's struggle to retain her culture and traditions within a hostile environment.

ISLAND OF HOPE
A ten-year-old girl escapes with her family from a shtetl -- across Russian, to Germany, and finally across the Atlantic to New York. But when Leah alone is detained at Ellis Island, she must confront her biggest obstacle yet: what if she is sent back? Created especially for younger audiences.

THE RIGHT TO DREAM
The story of a young African-American's coming of age in Mississippi during the 1950s and 1960s is vividly told in this compelling production, offering the audience an individual, inside view of this tumultuous, challenging period of American history.

WITHIN THE SILENCE
A moving, personal view of the Japanese-American internment during World War II. A poignant illustration of life in the camps that points to the dangers of racism and prejudice.

OUR REVOLUTION
The story of one of many common citizens who fought to bring these five words, "All men are created equal", to life. Words that have even greater meaning to a African American soldier in 1776.

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