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First Thursdays in the Powerhouse
May 2008 | by Lynn Gaylord & Liz Dernetz


Rosina Reynolds lit up the Powerhouse with " Eleanor, A One Woman Show," the timely story of Eleanor Roosevelt as one of our most compelling First Ladies. After performing in a play written by Lawrence Waddy about Mrs. Roosevelt, Reynolds felt compelled to read and learn all she could about the life and struggles of this dynamic woman. She eventually co-wrote (with Jeanette Horn) “ Eleanor” , from which this performance was adapted.



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