Tea With Alice and Me
A Full-Length One Woman Performance
July 1, 2018 – Santa Ana, Orange County, CA
2:00 PM followed by Tea Reception
The Frida Cinema
305 E. 4th, Santa Ana, CA
Co4, LGBT Center on 4th
July 8, 2018 – Middleton, WI
National Women’s Music Festival
Marriott Madison West Hotel and Conference Center,
1313 John Q. Hammons Dr., Middleton, WI
Bring Alice’s tea to your city, organization, school or club.
Wild West Women, Inc.
Martha Wheelock, Producer
12400 Moorpark Drive, Studio City, CA, 91604
Our Electronic Press Kit includes docs, requirements, graphics and photos.
Wild West Women is the proud producer of Tea with Alice and Me, a full length one woman performance that takes the audience to women’s tearooms ~ Seneca, Selfridges, The National Women’s Party, Women’s Bookstores. Of course it is really about a cup of revolution served up in nonviolent direct action. From 1775 through today, Zoe takes you on her militant, revolutionary, feminist call to action. Hundreds of pictures and personal stories transport you to each time and place she describes.
Photo Credits: Josh Barash & City of West Hollywood
“I felt transported into the world of Miss Alice Paul. I imagined what it must have been like to be there,fighting in the streets with Alice.”
Tea with Alice and Me is my heart song to Miss Paul. My mission is to introduce you to the brilliant, strategic, relentless champion of EQUALITY. She is my North Star, my teacher, my inspiration and I am committed to carry her as far as the winds allow. I am very happy in reaching so high, collating over 40 years of passion and setting hearts on fire.
Wild West Women’s Production of
Tea With Alice and Me
is made possible by the support of our supporters:
Mary Lee Sargent
Susan Soto Campos
Carmen Rita Tolivar
Anne and John Winskie
Zoe Nicholson’s front-line radical experience informs her presentation of history in a tour-de-force demonstration of why we ask students to understand the value of a purpose beyond themselves.
Distinguishing between radical and moderate courses of action, she humorously and graciously bestows the ethical decisions upon her audience as we confront the tasks challenging us as a society, as a nation, today.
M. Mamigonian, PhD
Department of English and Kutler Center for Integrated and Independent Study
Harvard-Westlake Upper School, Los Angeles, CA
Zoe transported the standing room only audience from one era to the next and back again, weaving the story of Alice Paul with her own. Two stories of militant visionaries, two women at two different times, with one shared intent: Equality.
You were simply brilliant. Funny. Rich. Engaging. Inspiring.
Director of Policy, Advocacy and Youth Programs, LGBT Center OC
Zoe Nicholson shows the power one woman has to change the world and the vision she left for equality that is still be carried out in her name today.
President, Hollywood NOW
Serves on CA Commission Status of Women
Zoe’s performance was profoundly moving & empowering.
I felt transported into the world of Miss Alice Paul. I imagined what it must have been like to be there, fighting in the streets with Alice. It made me think hard about and be thankful for the great sacrifices of these activist women.
Board Member, The June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives
Tea with Alice and Me was a joy to attend! Alice Paul was brought to life for me as well as my teenage daughter. Zoe is a natural storyteller and I could have listened to her for hours as she clearly knows the facts about Alice Paul.
… dramatic, heartfelt and informative.
Jennifer Hall Lee
Filmmaker, Feminist: Stories From Women’s Liberation