Bad Name to Good Deeds
In the latter half of the nineteenth century, Eliza Haycraft was one of St. Louis' wealthiest business owners and greatest philanthropists. She was also a "notorious and persistent" madam--owner of several bawdy houses and brothels. She was both beloved and reviled. As the scene opens, she is dying. Come hear this notable woman reflect on her life in this 20-minute play.
Saturday, February 7 2009 at 2:00 pm (past)|
MacDermott Grand Hall|