Mary Kathryn Nagle is a socially aware playwrite

Nebraska raised lawyer, Mary Kathryn Nagle, continues to impress as a socially aware playwrite. “Miss Lead” played in New York City in January and she has a new play showing in March. Read on for more.

Sliver of a Full Moon  – Mary Kathryn Nagle‘s play about the Violence Against Women Act, “Sliver of a Full Moon” takes place Tuesday, March 11th at 7:00PM at the US Capitol Visitor Center Auditorium and Atrium. The event is FREE to the public, no RSVP’s required. Hope to see you there. Here’s a couple of links to help you find your way there, plus more information about the play and National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center. The Capitol – — and NIWRC,

Miss Lead – The comfortable illusion of stability that the American Dream offers is put on trial in Miss Lead. The legacy of cultural genocide upon Native American culture is a continuing struggle. It’s a scar which Miss Lead asks for its audience to confront, rather than conceal or come to terms with. Miss Lead doesn’t have easy answers but it carries conviction. It’s a play asks the audience to break old routines and to change the repetition of history that American culture has inherited.

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