Gloria Steinem and Friends Present A Reading From Winter Miller' SPARE RIB

Gloria Steinem and Friends Present A Reading From Winter Miller' SPARE RIBFeminist icon Gloria Steinem and friends present a celebration honoring Dr. Willie Parker, a feminist Christian abortion provider, with a reading from the play SPARE RIB by Winter Miller (In Darfur). Adrienne Campbell-Holt (Cal in Camo), Artistic Director of Colt Coeur, directs the reading. With special musical guest, Lady Rizo.

Co­sponsored by the Society for Ethical Culture, with the support of New Georges, the June 16th event will pay tribute to Dr. Parker and his work in underserved Southern communities and will raise funds to aid the Mississippi and Alabama abortion clinics under siege and aid women who cannot cover the costs of obtaining an abortion.

The even will take place at the 800-seat Concert Hall at The Society for Ethical Culture, 2 West 64th St., 8pm on June 16th. VIP meet and greet with Ms. Steinem, Mr. Parker and Ms. Miller prior at 7pm. Cast not yet announced.

You can reserve your tickets here!

Tickets for general admission seating available for $25 if purchased before June 6th, $35 after. Purchase VIP tickets including a meet ­and ­greet with Ms. Steinem, Mr. Parker and Ms. Miller, for $100. Free tickets will be offered to abortion clinic workers and volunteers, as well as to people who have had an abortion. To sponsor tickets for others to attend as your guest ("buy one, give one") or to make a donation of any size, visit here!


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