General admission for all performances of the Women’s History Solo Show Series is $25 and $14 for students and seniors with ID. Discounts are also available for groups of 10 or more with a $42 Flex Pass for those who wish to see the entire series.
The Theatre at the 14th Street Y will co-present the Women’s History Solo Show Series, a trio of performances highlighting stories about famed educator Mary McLeod Bethune, writer Jane Austen, and the Mona Lisa, the mysterious woman in the world-famous portrait by Leonardo da Vinci. February 25 through March 15, 2020 audiences can witness “First by Faith: The Life of Mary McLeod Bethune,” written and performed by Richarda Abrams; “Cheer from Chawton: A Jane Austen Family Theatrical” written and performed by Karen Eterovich and “Equally Divine: The Real Story of Mona Lisa” written and performed by Jenny Lyn Bader. Each production, featuring all-female creative teams, will run eight performances.