These Streets on NPR’s All Things Considered

NPR-All-Things-Cons-logo“Women Of Grunge Reclaim Rock History In ‘These Streets,” by Marcie Sillman, explores how the concept for These Streets was conceived, and interviews artists from the era. National Public Radio featured the piece on “All Things Considered” Tuesday, February 26.

http://www.npr.org/2013/02/26/172963580/women-of-grunge-reclaim-rock-history-in-these-streets

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About thesestreetsseattle

“These Streets” is an unconventional theatrical play and history project, inspired by women rock musicians in Seattle during the famed grunge years. Spearheaded by rock guitarist, Gretta Harley (faculty member at Cornish College of the Arts, and guitarist who played in several bands during the era), Sarah Rudinoff (Actress, Writer and The Stranger Genius Award Winner) and Elizabeth Kenny (Actress and award winning playwright), “These Streets” is inspired by over 40 interviews conducted with and about the many women rockers who were integral to the Seattle music scene during this legendary era. In addition to the theater piece, oral histories are being filmed and will be included in the library at the University of Washington.