In keeping with their mission of raising visibility for women's issues, The Neo-Political Cowgirls (NPC) theatre collective is hosting their annual Andromeda’s Sisters Gala, June 14-23, at East Hampton's Guild Hall. NPC has invited StateraArts’ Operations Director, Sarah Greenman, to lead a workshop and panel on the final day of the gathering. Andromeda’s Sisters is a three-day gathering of advocacy, networking, play readings, and arts.
NPC Artistic Director Kate Mueth says, “We’re so excited to have StateraArts join us this year! We at NPC thrive on this energy of assisting and making connections. We see how imperative the intersection of arts and advocacy is in serving our communities, families and the industrious talents of women.”
In addition to her work as Statera’s Operations Director, Sarah Greenman is a playwright, painter, and educator. Sarah is joining an exciting line-up of activists working in various ways for social justice. Other speakers include nationally recognized litigator and co-founder of the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund, Roberta Kaplan and film and television actor Catherine Curtin, best known for her role as correctional officer Wanda Bell on the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black.