Pushing Boundaries premiered at the 2010 Capital Fringe
Read the reviews: www.pushingboundariesstory.com/reviews/
Pushing Boundaries - 2010 DC Fringe - Postcard
Ellouise Schoettler was a 1950s housewife who morphed into a national activist for the Equal Rights Amendment as one of the "every-women"
who witnessed women's history.

One Performance  
Reconnect with an exciting period in Women's History

Tales in the Village 
Friendship Heights Community Center 
4433 S. Park Drive 
Chevy Chase, MD

Wednesday,  September 16, 2015  
7:30   Free   



"Schoettler is a Capital Fringe veteran, and
it shows in her polished story telling."
~ DCMetroTheaterArts

Ellouise Schoettler is a nationally-known storyteller, storytelling program producer and localcable television host (MMCTV.org). Based in Maryland, Ellouise is known for telling well-researched, true stories with "heart and humor." 2015 was her 6th year performing an original, one-woman show at Capital Fringe to rave reviews . She has performed Pushing Boundaries to varied audiences since it was introduced at the 2010 Capital Fringe. Most recently she performed it  as Storyteller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center, Jonesborough, TN www.ellouiseschoettler.com

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