Program for June 25, 2020 

  • 19th Amendment Series: Uneven equality 
  • The story of fierce, Lexington-born social activist Sophonisba Breckinridge
  • How is the pandemic impacting live theatre performance?
  • One year later: Appalshop goes solar

Segment One: The 19th Amendment, ratified 100 years ago, guarantees all American women the right to vote. But, according to the latest in our 19th Amendment Centennial series, it wasn’t always universal | Who was Lexington-born Sophonisba Breckinridge? Her remarkable story in an interview with historian Anya Jabour . LISTEN 

Segment Two: What is the post-pandemic future of live Theatre? We ask playwright and producing director Bo List  | Appalshop “went solar” a year ago. A look into how this renewable energy source has impacted the non-profit’s bottom line. LISTEN 

Interviews in order of appearance: 

19th Amendment - Kathi Kern with Anastasia Curwood 

Sophonisba Breckinridge - Anya Jabour 

Pandemic Impact on Live Theater - Bo List 

Solar Savings at Appalshop - Marley Green

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