In these days of national sorrow, reflection, and protest, we stand with all who are working to create a more inclusive future for people of every race. We are also aware that the women’s suffrage movement emerged from the abolition movement only to become deeply divided over race. 

           As a troupe of women who strive to be role models, we work intentionally to be inclusive and to educate our audiences about the multi-racial story of women’s accomplishments through history.  



          We do not support institutionalized, systemic, or personal racism.  We know how easy it is to perpetuate racism through microaggressions, language, inactivity, and ignorance.  We recognize that white privilege has infiltrated all aspects of our society and has contributed to the perpetuation of a racist society. 

          We Did It For You! entertains and educates audiences about women’s rights. We draw inspiration from the women of history. Women who want to effect change in the world join our cast pools to spread this positive message. 

          Our stated mission is to inspire and support women and girls to create an inclusive future and equitable world. We do that by working with other women’s organizations and social and economic justice groups who share these values. 

          Women and girls of all colors need to be part of the leadership so that their voices and values are heard. We all benefit by experiencing the power of women who stood and stand for something larger than themselves.


As our anthem song says “We Are One”

Women's History and Women's Rights

There was a time when women couldn’t have jobs and had no voting rights. Women were property passed from father to husband. High-school student Melanie must learn how things changed.


We Did It For You! Women's Journey Through History is the story of how women got their rights in America, told by the women who were there. It is an entertaining and quick tour through the journey, starting with the struggle women had in the 17th century Puritan Revolution through to our 21st century empowered women politicians. It has been performed across California and eastern Massachusetts for tens of thousands of women, men, and students.  Even with its positive message, the show identifies the problems women are still up against on their road towards equality. A dedicated troupe of volunteer women who care about women's rights and active participation in our democracy are determined to entertain and educate you with this incredible experience.

Currently, during the pandemic, we are doing staged readings on a Zoom platform near you. Click here for a sneak preview. Subscribe to be informed of our next reading.

“The play is one of the most entertaining and interesting re-enactments of the history of women I have seen to date."

"Never has my heart been touched so deeply by a production. I urge you to run, don't walk, to see this magnificent performance!" - Women's Information Network

“The performance was so outstanding and moving that I got goose bumps and cried.” - Lilly Ledbetter, Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, the first act of legislation signed by President Obama

"An astonishing revelation of women's often unrecognized accomplishments throughout history, A multi century parade of feminine genius and courage ... with humor and fun.” -- Paul Williams, Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe Winning Songwriter





Ocean Park Association

Ocean Park, ME

Q&A with playwright & cast



Munroe Saturday Nights

1403 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA

7:30 show followed by Q&A with playwright & cast



Fitchburg State University

Wallace Theater for the Performing Arts, McKay Building

67 Rindge Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420



Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Center

One School Street, Foxboro, MA 02035

1:00 PM show followed by Q&A with playwright & cast

$15 advance tickets ($20 at door)

(508) 543-ARTS

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Foxborough Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.



House of the Seven Gables

115 Derby Street, Salem, MA 01915

Afternoon show followed byQ&A with playwright & cast

Advance & door tickets TBD




Suffrage and Voting Workshop

Brockton Public Library

1:00 PM

304 Main Street, Brockton, MA


Proud Partner

A Celebration of American Women

One hundred years ago, American women — half of the U.S. population — were not allowed to vote, yet many Americans take that right for granted today, and one out of three eligible women fails to exercise her right.

Vision 2020’s Women 100 is a celebration of American women during the year 2020, when we mark the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution: women’s right to vote. We Did It For You! will be one of the sister  programs across the country supporting the 19th Amendment commemoration. Vision2020 Women 100

Proud Partner


Suffrage100MA is dedicated to commemorating the upcoming 100th anniversary of the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, ratified in 1920, prohibiting the federal and state governments from denying citizens the right to vote on the basis of sex. Suffrage100MA is a non-profit coalition that partners and collaborates with many organizations in Massachusetts and throughout the country that are also planning events to celebrate this historic occasion. Our goal is to increase voter participation, provide educational opportunities, celebrate the progress of women’s rights, and shine a light on what is needed to achieve full equality for women.  


We Did It For You LLC is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non‐profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of We Did It For You! must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas”and are tax‐deductible to the extent permitted by law.


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Address: P.O. Box 731 Medfield, MA 02052

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