Educator and actress Damaris Davis presents an entertaining and enlightening performance based on the life of Eleanor Roosevelt, one of the most influential and important Human Rights and Civil Rights advocates of our era.
As Eleanor Roosevelt, Ms. Davis reveals how her intense inner struggles led to Mrs. Roosevelt becoming, by the end of her life, the best-known, best-loved woman in the world.
Ms. Davis’s performance offers insights into some of the mores and events that helped to shape our modern society.
This event is a must-see for all ages.
In the spirit of Mrs. Roosevelt, MUUS and Mrs. Davis will donate half of the donations to the Woodbury Community Services Council.
Suggeted donation: $10.00 for Adults, $5.00 for youth under 18, under 12 free