A multimedia fundraising event featuring live performances on stage and in song.
Mary Coulter was an innovative and pioneering female architect in the early 20th century when few women held such positions. Her work helped establish the southwestern style so evident today. She designed most of the buildings at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon as well as the famous La Posada Inn in Winslow, AZ. This play explores the landscape that inspired her and the passion that drove her.
The evening event features the original one woman show written, produced and performed by Elizabeth Ware and David Edgecombe. There will be live music by local musicians before the show and a post show forum on women in architecture. A forum that includes female SLC architects and students of the University of Utah’s College of Architecture and Planning’s Design Build Bluff program. It is a fundraising event and all proceeds will go towards the community center open kitchen.
It is a free event with a suggested donation of $10 per adult at the door. As this is a fundraiser we are able and willing to accept larger donations of course.
2018/02/17 - 2018/02/17
Additional time info:
6:30 – 7:00 Pre show reception with finger foods, refreshments and live local music.
7:00- 8:10 Performance
8:20 – 8:40 Post show panel discussion with architects and U of U Architecture students
8:40-9:00 Meet and greet with performers, panel participants, fundraisers and locals