Sisters: 2021 Incorporated into the Ridgefield, CT middle school curriculum. Sisters is a collaboration with Joanne Hudson and is an historical play funded by the Cultural Alliance of Western CT, through a grant given by the State of Connecticut and the National Endowment of the Arts.
The Sisters Project: 2021 Award of Excellence winner by the Leadership in History awards committee for the public programming project Sisters.
The Sisters Project: 2021 American Association for State and Local History Award (AASLH), in association with the Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center, Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center. The AASLH Award is the nation’s most prestigious competition for recognition of achievement in state and local history.
The Sisters Project: 2021 Connecticut League of History Organizations (CLHO) Award of Merit.
Innovation in Connecticut History:
GAME CHANGERS: Connecticut Explored
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Hey Royal Shiree, our play is a “game changer.” ~~ Joanne Hudson
CT Explored is highlighting our 20 For 20 #GameChangers featured in our Fall issue!
Today is SISTERS by Keeler Tavern Museum and History Center : An award-winning initiative that includes public and school program components based on an original play titled “Sisters,” which explores race, gender, and privilege in the museum’s history.
See the list & more: www.ctexplored.org/game-changers/
Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC) Annual Convention
Communities Close Up: An Exhumation of Newtown, Virginia, March 3-7, 2021
THE 44th COMPARATIVE DRAMA CONFERENCE, OCTOBER 14, 2021
Performing Newtown: A multifaceted perspective into collaborative historiography , A Roundtable Discussion