The Susan B. Anthony Project - Online Production
Access to the video of The Susan B. Anthony Project
$15 per person, $25 per household. Run time 1 hour.
Directed by David A. Snider
Written with hundreds of community members
Music written & performed by Bob Warren
What to Expect when you buy an online ticket.*
- After you purchase your online access, you will be sent an email confirmation from Hubbard Hall.
- This email will include a link to the video and the password you will need to run the video.
- You will need standard internet access to watch the video. If the video is pausing a lot, you may need a stronger connection.
- Hubbard Hall videos are shown via our Vimeo account. Clicking the provided link will take you to this page; you do not need your own Vimeo account to access.
- The video is available from the time you purchase through November 30, 2020.
What is Vimeo?
Vimeo is similar to YouTube but without the advertising. Hubbard Hall has its own account on Vimeo.
Can I stop and start the video?
Yes – as long as you are within the viewing period noted above. Just like other videos you watch, you can pause and come back.
Can more than one person watch the video with the one passcode?
Yes. Multiple viewers can watch with the one passcode, but please remember all ticket purchases were per person or per household. Consider purchasing additional tickets to support Hubbard Hall if more people than expected will be watching. Thank you.
Can more than one person watch it at different times?
Yes, you can watch it at different times, in different places, or all in the same house.
Can I go back and watch it again after I’ve viewed it once?
Yes, you can watch it more than once from the time of your purchase through November 30, 2020. You can also pause and restart later, just like a DVD.
What if I can’t get it to work?
You can call Hubbard Hall at 518-677-2495, ext. 314 and we will try to help you.
*Based on an online FAQ page by WAM theatre.
About the Project
On February 8-9, 1894, Susan B. Anthony hosted a Woman’s Suffrage Convention at Hubbard Hall in Cambridge, NY. We received a NY State Council on the Arts grant last year for $30K to create a new play based on this history with local students and adults writing on issues of women’s rights, the Woman’s Suffrage Movement and our local ties to this history. From September through February, we conducted writing workshops in schools and at the Hall with writers of all ages and backgrounds. We took these writings and created an original script that explores these issues and integrates an existing song cycle about Ms. Anthony by local artist Bob Warren, entitled Only the Message Mattered. This new theatrical piece with music has been produced at Hubbard Hall and was performed October 16 through the 18th, 2020. The play is about Susan B. Anthony, her convention at Hubbard Hall in 1894, her deep friendship with Mary Hubbard and issues of Women’s Rights in the U.S. today. Theater was used to teach students our local history tied to the Woman’s Suffrage Movement, and to empower all of us to continue the work in pursuit of Equality for All.
Sponsored by The Anderson Firm PLLC, Attorneys at Law
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