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Date and Time

Sat, August 26, 2017

7:00 PM – 9:30 PM EDT


The Daniel Arts Center

Bard College at Simon’s Rock

84 Alford Road

Great Barrington, MA 01230

SEVEN, A Documentary Play

A riveting piece of documentary theatre, SEVEN tells the true stories of seven women who bravely fought for the well-being of women, families, and children around the globe: in Russia, protecting women from domestic violence; in Cambodia, rescuing girls from human trafficking; in Guatemala, giving voice to the poor; in Afghanistan, empowering rural women; in Nigeria and Pakistan, fighting for women’s education and rights; and in Northern Ireland, promoting peace and equality.


All donations benefit the Elizabeth Freeman Center, providing services and leadership to address domestic and sexual violence in Berkshire County

Introduction and post show discussion with director, activist and long-time member of the United States National Committee of UN Women, CeCe Sloan

Cast: Barbara Greenbaum, Carla Lewis, Sheila Dabney, Gail Ryan, Tyler Malik and Anne Undeland


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ABOUT THE PLAY: Seven, A Documentary Play is a dramatic work commissioned in 2006 by the Washington-based Vital Voices Global Partnership, who tasked a septet of playwrights, including MacArthur Foundation “Genius” grant-winner Anna Deavere Smith, with interviewing and dramatizing the harrowing stories of seven extraordinary women who have labored in recent decades to improve the living conditions of women in Africa, Central America, Europe, and Southeast, Central, and Western Asia.

Inspired by these tales of triumph, the playwrights gave voice to these remarkable stories of leadership and fierce courage and through the powerful medium of theatre these seven women’s stories come to life for us, illustrating that in diverse corners of the world women are overcoming tremendous odds to advance peace, justice and freedom.

SEVEN has been translated into 23 languages, with over 300 performances staged in 32 countries – and counting.

The SEVEN women and their respective dramatists:

Farida Azizi, Afghanistan | Playwright: Ruth Margraff

Mu Sochua, Cambodia | Playwright: Catherine Filloux

Anabella de Leon, Guatemala | Playwright: Gail Kriegel

Hafsat Abiola, Nigeria | Playwright: Anna Deavere Smith

Inez McCormack, Northern Ireland | Playwright: Carol K. Mack

Mukhtar Mai, Pakistan | Playwright: Susan Yankowitz

Marina Pisklakova-Parker, Russia | Playwright: Paula Cizmar


Wednesday morning Gentle Happy Yoga Series at 9am is an ongoing weekly event at Lenox Yoga!

The invitation for this gentle Kripalu yoga class is to drop into sensation through mindful exploration of breath and postures. Together we will explore awareness,  the breath, warming up the body, stretching, and gently flowing through postures with energy and ease. Finishing up by calming and restoring the body and mind with appreciation, gratitude, strength, and happiness.
This Gentle Yoga Class is for all levels including men.  Join our community and come back to the mat and your practice.
The class length is 1 hour.
$15 for drop ins and 5 or 10 class series at $60 or $120.Private Classes are available at $80 per hour.
The studio has mats, blankets, ties, and bolsters.
Lenox Yoga is in the Curtis Building in downtown Lenox, 4 Main Street Lenox MA 01240
Look forward to seeing you. Be in touch if you have any questions.
Michael Pulitzer, Jr.
(413) 717-5459 cell