In celebration of the 100th anniversary of women landing the right to vote, the MAC is hosting performer Rachael McClinton, co-founder of Living Voices, a Seattle-based nonprofit that uses solo performances paired with archival film and sound to bring historical moments to life. In her one-woman show, McClinton pays homage to suffragettes of the early 1900s through the role of Jessie, daughter of a political columnist who becomes deeply involved in the suffrage movement. Jessie compares women’s fight for the right to vote to the sacrifices and commitment of men, including her brother, who were fighting overseas in World War I.
Sat, Feb. 29 at 2 pm • $15 suggested donation • Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture • 2316 W. First Ave. • northwestmuseum.org • 456-3931
— Macie White