This immersive historical performance will be engaging, educational, and entertaining as Eleanor Roosevelt comes to life.
Using costumes, audio, slides and attention to detail Sheryl tells Eleanor’s story as a child, wife, mother, first lady, and widow. This dynamic and beloved first lady who wrote a syndicated newspaper column, held press conferences, was a delegate to the United Nations, and advocated for expanded roles for women is amazingly brought to life.
Faye, who has a bachelor of fine arts in acting from Emerson College in Boston, presents live historical performances that help audiences understand the positive impact women have made in history. She portrays women whom she admires because of their courage, determination, strength, and caring.
The museum will be open from 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. for touring. Admission is free and light refreshments will be available during the program. Donations are accepted.