Lindsay Hoffman's aggressive leap into real responsibility. She builds the Teen Center with the help of her friends in her hometown of Clawson, Michigan. A place where teens can be themselves, create art, find themselves, and have a team of dedicated people there to help them through the process of growing up. Join her through bouts with the city council, superiors, parents and schools. She and the community fight to keep one of the greatest achievements of her life alive and untouched.
Courtney Antonioli asks, why can you MagicBand turkey legs, but not tampons in the womens restrooms in Disney World? When will society embrace periods as valid experience that needs to be recognized? What happens when women stop accepting the menstruation as their burden and start to hold men and companies accountable? This happens.
Written & performed by Courtney Antonioli & Lindsay Hoffman.
Presented as part of the 2018 Speak Up, Rise Up Storytelling Festival.
The Tank @ 36th Street (View)
312 West 36th Street
New York, NY 10018
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