PREMIERE SHOWCASE: Voices! A History of the VIA of Doylestown

July 20, 2023

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PREMIERE SHOWCASE: Voices! A History of the VIA of Doylestown

Phillips’ Mill Premiere Showcase

“Voices: A History of the VIA of Doylestown”

July 20–23, 2023
July 20: Opening Night
Written by Joy Nash
Directed by Griffin Horn

Phillips’ Mill is proud to present “Voices: A History of the VIA of Doylestown” in partnership with the Village Improvement Association (VIA). This historical drama, written by Joy Nash and directed by Griffin Horn, is a celebration of Doylestown Hospital and the women of the VIA who founded it 100 years ago. 

Doylestown Hospital is the only hospital in the United States founded and still governed by a non-religious women’s organization.

The play is set in 1895, when a social phenomenon is sweeping the country. American women of all ages, classes and races are organizing. Not for social purposes, but for social causes: women’s suffrage, child welfare, the needs of working women, racial equality and the health of their communities. Daughters. Mothers. Widows. Women. This is their history. These are their Voices.

Our Premiere Showcase is a selected, fully staged mounting of an original, full-length play performed for the first time in front of a live audience.

Listen below to an interview with Valerie Eastburn and playwright Joy Nash from WDVR Let's Talk.


$75 for opening night, includes a Premiere Showcase Champagne Reception after the performance.
— All other performances: $35/$25 —

Select a date to order tickets:

Friday, July 21st - 7:30 pm • SOLD OUT

Saturday, July 22nd - 7:30 pm

Sunday, July 23rd - 3:00 pm • SOLD OUT

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Illustration of the Phillips' Mill -Artist: Kathie Jankauskus