Recently, I had the honor of working with the Wollstonecraft Society in London to design and assist with the marketing and identity development of their upcoming theatrical performance “The Amazon Stept Out” – written by Bee Rowlatt and directed by Honor Borwick. The Wollstonecraft Society is an educational charity dedicated to the legacy of Mary Wollstonecraft – an English writer, philosopher and passionate advocate of education and social equality for women. Mary Wollstonecraft was born 27 April 1759 and known today as the founder of feminism. During her life, she created many revolutionary works of writing for the betterment of women’s status and the advancement of human rights — the core principles for which the Wollstonecraft Society was founded. She died in 1797 after giving birth to her daughter who would later become a famous writer under her married name Mary Shelly — the author of Frankenstein.
On September 30, 2019, a distinguished cast will bring to life the extraordinary legacy of Mary Wollstonecraft at the Lyric Theatre Shaftsbury Avenue (about 1 block from Piccadilly Circus tube station).
Tickets are still available. Click here for more information.
The slideshow above are excerpts from my identity presentation to the Wollstonecraft Society presented on 15.7.2019