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Natalia Zukerman’s musical presentation of “The Women Who Rode Away” wsg Kate Peterson
Friday, November 8 @ 7:30 pm
Co-produced with The East Lansing Women in the Arts Festival
Edifying and entertaining, Natalia Zukerman’s The Women Who Rode Away seamlessly melds the talents of the songwriter, painter, and storyteller into a moving evening of reflection and perseverance. Featuring original music and projected paintings by Zukerman, this intimate portrait recounts the artist’s journey of finding her own voice through the stories of the women in her life that paved the way. The production is directed by Kira Simring and features projection design by Gertjan Houben.
This Michigan-based and Lansing-grown singer-songwriter is always delighted to lend her soulful, heart-felt tunes, charmingly awkward storytelling and percussive guitar playing to the WITA Sanctuary. Kate has been a part of the WITA Community for 15 years, and attributes much of her growth as a performer to the support of the Lansing Women’s community. Since 2003, she’s traveled across this country and Europe, gracing hundreds of stages with her folk duo, Nervous but Excited. She is now playing select shows solo and in collaboration, often with her wife, Leah, on harmonies. katepeterson.com