Dear friends,

I hope you will join me in attending Sanger, a remarkable event being staged on Saturday, June 27 (7 pm) and and Sunday, June 28 (2 pm) at the Aronoff Center. 
This production explores one of the most sensitive topics of our lifetime—and I hope you will be there. Peter Bronson has helped create a discussion guide that will be in the program. So far, I have had a number of lively discussions about the subject matter of this play...just fascinating. If you have any questions, feel free to call me  at 513-265-8358. I encourage you to check out the links below and to get your tickets soon, since I am sure it will be a sellout with only two performances.
All the best,
Ron Beshear

Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood Founder, opened America's first birth control clinic in Brooklyn 99 years ago. Sanger spoke against abortion her entire life. Birth control was the alternative that could “do away with abortion.”

A thought-provoking play, written entirely in Sanger’s own words, is coming to Cincinnati’s Aronoff Center for the Arts,
June 27th & 28th.
“Sanger” hits the topics of abortion, birth control, sex, eugenics and the liberation of women head-on. This "Woman Rebel" shook the foundations of the United States for 50 years, leaving Planned Parenthood and The Pill as part of her Legacy.
   Pamela Daly returns to the Cincinnati 
Stage for the first time in 25 years, bringing 
Sanger to life along with 60 characters 
representing 13 dialects. Pamela’s heartfelt performance was critically acclaimed in the 
“Sanger”play’s North Hollywood debut.

The play was commissioned for Ms. Daly.