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MAGNETIC THEATRE is a not-for-profit production company that gives original works and the people who make them a home to share with enthusiastic audiences. We are proud to be the only professional theatre in the southeast (that we know of) dedicated to world premieres, and one of the few in the country. Click here: See what’s going on at the Magnetic Theatre!
Welcome to one of the treasures of Western North Carolina. The Haywood Arts Regional Theatre, founded in 1985, is a volunteer-based community theatre showcasing the talents of the people of the region. HART, under the leadership of Executive Director Steven Lloyd, has grown into one of the most active theatres in the Southeast, producing a year-round schedule of plays and musicals from its home, The Performing Arts Center at the Shelton House. Opened in 1997, and funded by the support of people throughout the community, HART’s home is a stunning facility constructed in the style of the traditional Summer Stock playhouses of the 1920’s. Architect Joe Sam Queen and builder Pat Burgin used native materials to create a facility that is both grand and informal. Click here for seasonal shows Haywood Arts Regional Theater
Youth OUTright engages and supports youth to be confident, resilient and compassionate community members – and so can you, by being a donor! With the support from you, our donors, Youth OUTright WNC was able to engage with 1,107 youth at weekly programs and over 400 unique youth this year. Help us continue to grow our impact, and end the year strong!
2019 WOMEN’S MARCH ASHEVILLE – January 20, 11:00 – 1:30 South Park Square – Be a Sponsor or Contributor!
Mark your calendars! The annual Women’s March on Asheville will take place on January 20, 2019. We will once again be the progressive March heard across the Western North Carolina region uniting people of all ages regardless of their gender, race, sexual orientation or religious beliefs. We will march in support of our rights and for justice.
GRAMMY-award winning blues artist Keb’ Mo’ has released a new track titled, “Put A Woman In Charge” featuring Rosanne Cash eldest daughter of country star Jonny Cash and lyrics written by Beth Nielsen Chapman. Click here https://kebmo.com
New Anthem Song by Keb’ Mo’ featuring Rosanne Cash
A linguist explains how Trump uses lies to divert attention from the “big truths.”
President Donald Trump has hacked the media.
As Vox’s Ezra Klein argued recently, the press is in a lose-lose situation — and we all know it. Trump thrives on opposition, and often the media plays right into his hands, feverishly chasing every lie and half-truth he utters or tweets.
We’ve created a 7 minute slide show video that chronicles our journey thus far. It beautifully illustrates how your past donations have changed, and your future donations will continue to change, our lives for the better. With your generosity, friends, family and fans, see in this video how we’ve been able to set our dreams in motion. This is a pictorial account of your hard earned and philanthropic contributions to Women Who Made Music History Concerts, LLC, in action!
Celebrating the literary legacy of 7 authors who passed away before the publication of their work.
Over the past year, many intrepid women have leveraged the media not only to make their voices heard, and to offer more diverse voices in an industry that has historically been dominated by limited perspectives, but also to further leverage the industry’s power for creating change.
NC Stage Company has been voted best local theatre 8 out of the past 9 years in the Mountain Xpress Best of WNC Poll. NC Stage was also recently awarded the American Theatre Wing National Theatre Company Grant.
The Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre is dedicated to presenting theatre of the highest professional quality thereby enriching the Southern Appalachian Region through artistic programming, education, and outreach.
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Women journalists in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and reporters and human rights activists across the world have been in mourning since the death of Solange Lusiku Nsimire last month. Lusiku Nsimire, who died of a short illness at 46, was the first woman to run a written newspaper in the DRC’s eastern South Kivu Province and had won several international awards, including the International Women’s Media Foundation’s (IWMF) 2014 Courage in Journalism Award.
Monday numbers: A closer look at the impact of gerrymandering on the 2018 election
By Billy Ball
When North Carolina Democrats and Common Cause N.C. filed a suit in Wake County Superior Court last week, it was the culmination of roughly two decades of claims that the state’s top lawmakers had manipulated district lines for partisan advantage.
By Leah Fessler
Gloria Steinem is one of the most legendary social-justice organizers and writers in American history. Having fought at the forefront of the women’s movement since the 1960s, Steinem, now 84, has hardly slowed down. She’s been an advocate for the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, and this month, her life’s work became the subject of an off-Broadway play.
Produced in Hollywood, this is a true story of a woman who built a $100M luxury fashion empire, defeated cancer, got business hijacked by the KGB, fled homeland with a KGB spy’s help and became the Ambassador of Made In Italy.
By Jasmine Weber in Hyperallergic
Michelle Hartney posted the guerilla wall labels next to the artwork of Paul Gaugin and Pablo Picasso, calling out their abusive or misogynistic histories.
In the conversation with writer and Rutgers professor Brittney Cooper, San Francisco Chronicle columnist Otis Taylor Jr.talked with her about rage, the hearings to put Brett Kavanuagh, credibly accused of sexual assault by three women, on the Supreme Court, and tennis player Serena Williams’ recent experience with an umpire at the U.S. Open.
by Larry Allen
An open letter to friends and family who are shocked to discover I’m a liberal… I’ve always been a liberal, but that doesn’t mean what a lot of you apparently think it does. Let’s break it down, shall we? Because quite frankly, I’m getting a little tired of being told what I believe and what I stand for. Spoiler alert: Not every liberal is the same, though the majority of liberals I know think along roughly these same lines:
1. I believe a country should take care of its weakest members. A country cannot call itself civilized when its children, disabled, sick, and elderly are neglected. Period.
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