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Support Power Woman Magic traveling performances
to empower women in communities across America!


 

POWER WOMAN MAGIC

A play About the Mysteries of Midlife and Beyond
Written & Directed by Barbara Wilder
Musical Director – Kris Dillon
Produced by The Power Woman Magic Project

 

ABOUT THE PLAY

POWER WOMAN MAGIC inspires, excites, and entices women in the second half of life to break out of old stereotypes and embrace their magnificence, remember their original dreams, and step out into the world to fulfill their original purpose. The play calls women to remember the power and the magic of love, nurture, creativity, healing, caring, giving, sharing, and birthing. This time the birthing is of their new Power Woman selves. POWER WOMAN MAGIC is a powerful blend of ancient feminine wisdom and contemporary urban living, taking you on a journey into the mysteries of women's lives, now and throughout history.
Accompanied by a chorus of dynamic female drummers,
who create the heart beat of the show, a cast of seven diverse women learn to open their hearts and minds to the magic of their own power. As they boldly step past old limitations, each woman discovers and embarks upon her individual life purpose with a sense of joy and fulfillment.

MINI WORKSHOP FOLLOWING EACH PERFORMANCE

The play is followed by an open conversation between the cast and the audience.  This lasts from thirty minutes to an hour.  The audience is free to talk to ask the cast about their own personal experiences in rehearsing and performing the play, and the cast encourages the audience members to speak out about their own dreams, and fears, and hopes for their own future and the future of the world.  Discussions between audience members can lead to new networks of women helping women to form right there in the theatre. 

PEOPLE WHO HAVE SEEN THIS REMARKABLE PLAY ARE OVERWHELMED BY ITS POWER, ITS JOYFULNESS, AND ITS TRANSFORMATIVE ENERGY. 


 

Women audience members said: 
"I felt transported into my own power."
" I realized I could finally accomplish my dreams." 
"I stood and cheered.  It was so uplifting."
"I cried and laughed. When it was over, I wanted to see it again right away."
"I didn't want it to end.  It was so comforting and funny at the same time."
 "My first question to the cast was, how can we help you take this play to the world?"

Men audience members said:
"This was quite enlightening.  I felt like I finally had an understanding of women."
"There was no 'male-bashing.' It was just extremely entertaining."
"I'm glad my wife invited me to come.  It was a wonderful theatrical experience."

 

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Barbara Wilder working with Jody Nagel in rehearsal.

 

THE FUTURE

It is our intention to produce this show all around the country, inspiring communities to participate in our vision and utilize the production as a vehicle for mass transformation.  

There are two ways to bring this play to your community.  The first way, is the traditional way.  We will work with your organization, theatre company, college campus, or other entity to bring our entire cast to your community.  Our cast is wonderful, and you will soon be able to view them performing the play on a DVD that is currently being edited.    

But we have learned also, that being a member of the cast, staff, and crew is an exceptional transformative experience.  So we have created a way that you can participate at that level.  This is the second way that you can bring POWER WOMAN MAGIC to your community.  You will bring Barbara Wilder, director, playwright, and actor, and Kris Dillon, the drum leader and Musical director, and one additional staff member to your community and produce play with local women. Barbara will direct and perform the part of Gwen, and Kris will teach and lead the drumming/chanting chorus and perform as the Drum Leader on stage.  IMPORTANT NOTE:  One doesn't need to be a trained actor to perform this play.  The women who play the parts need to have the desire and the willingness to get on stage and be bold.

Barbara and Kris will also lead full length transformational and drumming workshops based on the play.  This is an exciting project for any woman's organization. 

Please contact us if you are interested in learning how to host POWER WOMAN MAGIC in your community. 

barbara@Barbarawilder.com  or by phone 720-841-5820


Barbara Wilder awards the First Annual
Power Woman Magic award to the
Power Woman of the Year
Senator Dorothy Rupert.

 

THE POWER WOMAN MAGIC PROJECT VISION STATEMENT

The Power Woman Magic Project is dedicated to the education and empowerment of women in the second half of life. We believe women in the second half of life have the potential to be the most powerful force for good in the world.  It is our goal to inspire, entice, and excite women to remember the power and the magic of love, nurturing, creativity, healing, caring, giving, and sharing, and to express that magic in their own unique ways for their own well-being, and the well-being of their communities and the world. 

EMPOWER US TO EMPOWER MORE WOMEN!!

Find out about our unique patron program; providing an opportunity for you to support our rapid growth, so that we can inspire transformation in both women and men, allowing us to grow into our potential as a race of conscious human beings.   info@barbarawilder.com or by phone 720-841-5820



The Power Woman Magic Project is a non-profit educational organization of Congressional District Programs, Inc. of the National Heritage Foundation – a registered 501 (c) (3) public charity.
All proceeds go toward uplifting women.

10% of all profits from all productions are donated to women's charities in the local communities where the play is produced. 




Power Woman Magic performance, May 31, 2008 Boulder, Colorado

 

 
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