What Glorious Times They Had or How the Women Won the Vote by Diane Grant
The play traces the efforts of the suffragists, led by Nellie McClung and the Political Equality League, to win the vote in pre-World War I Canada. The play combines the themes of politics, prohibition and suffrage, but treats them with liberal amounts of humour, music and vitality. The result makes for a fast-moving, free-wheeling evening's entertainment.
Year Printed: 2002
First Produced:1974 at Redlight Theatre, Toronto, Ontario
Running TIme: 90 minutes
Male Cast: 2
Female Cast: 4
Other Cast: 1