Far as the Eye Can See
- Straight on Till Morning
- The Extraordinary Ordinary!
- A Tribute to Teachers
- Mothers, Daughters, Wives, Women
- Marching Out of the Sweatshop
- L.B. 4:15
- Woman’s Work
- Angels and Troublemakers
- Saints, Soldiers and Spies: Women and War
- Women Who Changed The World
- Far as the Eye Can See
- Voices from the Resistance
- On Our Own Soil: Stories from the Civil War
- Love in Action
- Into Possession of Myself
- The Story of the Orphan Train
- I Can’t Give You Anything But Songs: The Life and Work of Dorothy Fields
- Voices from Ellis Island
The prairie and its people: the early pioneers who crossed it, the later pioneers who settled it, the brave people of the Dust Bowl, and the Native American people who struggled to keep the prairie that once belonged only to them.
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Running time : 70 minutes
Pippa White’s witty, colorful, and poignant dramatizations provide unique insights into the hearts and minds of her characters. Her presentations exceed mere entertainment, leaving her audience intellectually richer for having heard her.
….very effective. The characters in Far As The Eye Can See were heartbreaking in the sense of the hardships they endured, but uplifting and inspiring in the strength and resiliency shown. It gave me a new appreciation of what my parents and grandparents had to overcome.
Pippa’s one-woman show brings the prairie to life. Her beautiful photographs provide a wonderful background as she skillfully protrays the character of each of the individuals that share space on the prairie of the past.
The students were most impressed that the characters and stories you shared were real people and actual events. It is a wonderful way to bring history alive for them.