Photo courtesy of One Thirty Productions

Elaine Bromka gives an overview of the kindly and dutiful Lady Bird Johnson, the welcoming but wounded Pat Nixon, and the chatty and bold Betty Ford. In recollections that are light without being trivial, we learn of their feelings, their opinions of the country, and their plans for the future, giving an indirect look at the changing roles of women during dynamic times.

Elaine Bromka gives an overview of the kindly and dutiful Lady Bird Johnson, the welcoming but wounded Pat Nixon, and the chatty and bold Betty Ford. In recollections that are light without being trivial, we learn of their feelings, their opinions of the country, and their plans for the future, giving an indirect look at the changing roles of women during dynamic times.

Elaine Bromka gives an overview of the kindly and dutiful Lady Bird Johnson, the welcoming but wounded Pat Nixon, and the chatty and bold Betty Ford. In recollections that are light without being trivial, we learn of their feelings, their opinions of the country, and their plans for the future, giving an indirect look at the changing roles of women during dynamic times.

WHEN

WHERE

Bath House Cultural Center
521 E. Lawther Dr.
Dallas, TX 75218
http://onethirtyproductions.org/project/tea-for-three/

TICKET INFO

$12-$16
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