Mar 25 - 27 2022
Sign of the Times - The Historic Fight for Women's Voting Rights

Sign of the Times - The Historic Fight for Women's Voting Rights

Presented by Freetown Village at The District Theatre

Beginning in the mid 19th century, the Women’s Suffrage Movement battled for women to gain their rights at the ballot box. Victory came through with the ratification of the 19th Amendment of the United States Constitution in August of 1920.

On November 2, 1920, Gwendolyn Harris – a school teacher – would vote for the first time, as the third generation of women in her family who fought for this very moment. Hear Gwendolyn’s journey on getting to the historic day when all women were given the right to vote and the joy it brought her to cast her ballot.

Celebrate Women’s History Month with us and the passing of the 19th Amendment with this one-woman play.

Admission Info

Phone: (317) 631-1870

Email: events@freetownvillage.org

Dates & Times

2022/03/25 - 2022/03/27

Location Info

The District Theatre

627 Massachusetts Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46204