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Britain’s answer to Susan B Anthony, Emmeline Pankhurst, is brought to life by Manchester-raised, Brooklyn-based actor, Jenny D Green. Ninety years ago, the leader of the UK’s battle for women’s suffrage made a controversial trip to New York City to enthuse its activists with her militant tactics. Join her rally to find out why Time Magazine named this woman (played by Meryl Streep in the 2015 award-winning film, “Suffragette”) one of the 100 Most Important People of the 20th Century.

Jenny D Green

A Brit-born, Brooklyn-based Actor & Producing Artist seen in a variety of guises off-Broadway, most notably in ‘Wilde at Home’ (dir David Grant), ‘Sitting Duck’ (dir Lisa Milinazzo), ‘The Report’ (dir Alan Muroka) and ‘Dick Whittington: an Xmas Panto for NYC’ (dir Jenny Lee Mitchell), as well as readings for Origin Theatre Company and a tribute to comedian Victoria Wood, directed by George Heslin. Also an award-winning costume designer and former BBC-journalist, founding producer, host & news editor for Salon Radio with the International Women Artists’ Salon & founder of her own production company, The OPTimistiks. Currently producing Coronation Street-inspired sketches, ‘Corrie in the Hood ‘(find ’em on insta/YouTube SOON). AADA Grad ’08.