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No public performances are scheduled at this time.  Tickets are for virtual performances only.

Friday, September 18 and Saturday, September 19 at 7:30 pm
By Jessica Swale
A staged reading directed by Martin Friedman, by arrangement with Nick Hearn Books

Set in Cambridge, England, in 1896, female intellectuals were called “Blue Stockings,” a derogatory term for female co-eds whose uniform included blue stockings.  They were allowed to attend classes but were not allowed to receive a degree. This story follows their fight for equality in education.

**A virtual performance link will be emailed to you.  Please make sure your email is up to date.

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Innovation in the Face of Crisis
Tuesday, October 13, 4:00-5:30 pm

In response to the Corona Virus pandemic and the death of George Floyd, arts organizations and artists have been faced with difficult questions, decisions, and cancelations. Many arts organizations in the Cleveland area, with support from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, have faced these challenges, rethought their business models, program delivery, and connection to their audiences and clients, and, ultimately, pivoted in such a way that their mission continued to be served and their reach expanded providing hope to the entire sector. Hear their stories and learn strategies for successful innovation at this year’s Summit. The annual Summit is a collaboration between the BW Arts Management & Entrepreneurship Program, Center for Innovation & Growth (CIG), and Cuyahoga Arts & Culture (CAC).

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