When: Fridays-Sundays. Continues through June 1 2014
These days, we’ve got endless magazine cover stories about “having it all” and “leaning in” and cheery illustrations of babies in laptop bags. But let’s back up to the 1950s, add some knowing humor, and revisit how the rise of feminism has affected women long after the mainstream media declared the feminist movement dead. I Read About My Death in Vogue Magazine, written by Lydia Sargent and being staged by the politically inclined Stage Left Theater, is a raucous satire and sharp cultural critique that carries the conversation through three decades of feminists struggling to define their own cause.