Exciting news is in the air at The Representation Project. Our panel program has now become super-powered, with two very special guests, Rita Moreno and Connie Nielsen, joining Jennifer Siebel Newsom on stage to “flip the script”!
With a career that spans six decades, and a long list of awards and recognition from the White House, Hollywood, and beyond, Rita Moreno is truly a wonder woman who has experienced – and overcome– the gender and race stereotypes that tried to pigeonhole her.
Connie Nielsen has been a fixture on the big and small screen for more than 30 years, during which she has chosen roles that match her belief in equality and fair representation. In addition to being a role model for female actors, she is an activist, having started the Human Needs Project and the Road to Freedom Scholarship, both of which are focused on improving the lives of impoverished children and families in Africa.
We can’t wait to hear from Rita, Connie, and Jennifer on how we can help make Hollywood, and in turn our society, more inclusive and equal.
Live Auction Speak Peak
Get ready to raise your paddle for a chance to get VIP treatment at a Warriors home game! One lucky winner will receive floor seats (yes, floor seats!) to a 2018 game plus VIP parking, access to the VIP food and drinks lounge, and a special autographed item. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for basketball lovers and anyone who enjoys the adrenaline of seeing our champions up close!
Be a Super Hero!
If you haven’t purchased your tickets for Flip The Script yet, now is the time to be a super hero! Proceeds will go towards funding new curriculum programming for schools and spreading the message far and wide that representation matters, both on screen and off. The venue has limited capacity and we don’t want anyone to miss out, so purchase your tickets now!
Tickets starting at $250 and sponsorships are available online, by email, or by phone at 415-578-0291. We look forward to seeing you there!
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