LORENA HICKOK & ELEANOR ROOSEVELT:
A LOVE STORY by Pat Bond
The companion piece
I also perform plays about Gertrude Stein,
My plays are about older women, lesbians,
After the age of 50 and after gaining 50+ pounds,
My plays travel easily. The sets are minimal, and I can perform in any venue: college auditoriums, restaurants, meeting rooms, churches, bars, and even theatres.
If you are interested in any of the plays I perform,
I am Artistic Director for Conn Artist Performance Event, Inc. which produced The Provincetown Fringe Festival from 1994 to 2007, where I not only performed my own plays but also produced material by other artists. Every performer who wished to participate was accepted. Nobody was ever turned away. Our policy was to give everyone a chance.
3 of my plays have been published in Lost Lesbian Lives: The Honeymoon Years of Eleanor Roosevelt and Lorena Hickok, Miss Lizzie A. Borden Invites You for Tea, and Thar She Blow! Disguised as a Boy She Went A Whaling. The book is $17.45 (includes shipping). Please contact me for more information. Thank you
LORENA HICKOK & ELEANOR ROOSEVELT: A LOVE STORY
THE HONEYMOON YEARS OF ELEANOR ROOSEVELT & LORENA HICKOK
MISTRESS ECSTASY'S EROTIC CIRCUS
GERTY GERTY GERTY STEIN
THAR SHE BLOWS!
MISS LIZZIE A. BORDEN
DEATH ROW TEXAS:
THE LETTERS OF
HITCHCOCK IN THE TWILIGHT
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WE MUST NOT FORGET OUR HEROES!!!!!!
Lorena Hickok was the top newspaper reporter in the US. Hickok and Eleanor Roosevelt's 30 year relationship is documented by more than 2000 letters written by Eleanor to her beloved Hick
When this you see, remember me says Gertrude Stein All the delicious details of her life including her marriage to Alice B. Toklas, her friendships with Matisse and Picasso, her rivalries with James Joyce and Hemingway, her feelings about her hair, her dogs, her fame, her homosexuality are part of this masterpiece.
Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks and when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41. Did she or didn't she? Miss Lizbeth tells all including her relationship with famous actress, Nance O'Neil
Conn and her pen-pal on Death Row collaborated on a play which is about friendship and relationships.
Conn's plays attract audience members who are interested history, literature, poetry, women's studies, gay and lesbian studies, and just excellent theatre.
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The National Gay & Lesbian Task Force honored Marjorie Conn in 1999 for her contribution to Lesbian Theatre in Provincetown, MA.