"Woman's Work," Pippa White to perform at Union College
LINCOLN—Union College's Multicultural Committee presents, "Woman's Work," a one-woman show performed by professional actress Pippa White, Sept. 19 at 7:00 p.m. The free show will take place on the lower level of the Everett Dick Administration Building, at the center of the Union College campus, 3800 S. 48th St. "Women's Work" is a combination of short monologues that use humor and insight to explore the lives of working women in the past 15 decades.
White is in her 12th year as a solo performer. She calls her One's Company Productions "part storytelling, part history." Audiences call them unique and captivating. White has toured 26 states and been featured at the Civic Center of Greater Des Moines in their Applause Program for six consecutive years, the only artist with this distinction.
As Jack Timm, president of the Sioux Falls Museum Alliance, wrote to White, "The depth of your research, your dedication to accuracy and your wonderful talent of presentation bring history and live theater together in a way that is entertaining, educational and, above all, memorable. Seeing any of your programs is not merely a treat, it is a must!"
Past venues include the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the Joslyn Art Museum, the Connecticut Hospital Association, San Diego State University School of Nursing and several storytelling festivals. For more information about One's Company Productions or Pippa White, visit www.pippawhite1co.com. For more information about this performance at Union College, contact Joann Herrington at 402.486.2173.