Where feminism and pole dancing intersect
by Kim Yaged
Directed by Dexter M. Ramey
Starring Eva DeVirgilis
sponsored by Babe's of Carytown
Apr 30 – May 17, 2014
What’s the tougher task – to tell your parents you’re a lesbian or to admit you’re dating a stripper? This hysterically funny one-woman show – a finalist in the Bay Area Playwrights’ Festival – chronicles the life of a feminist who cannot keep herself from dating strippers and lap dancers. You're gonna laugh your pants off. . .okay, maybe that wasn't the best choice of words!Get Tickets
starring Jeffrey Johnson
Wednesday, May 7, 2014, 8 pm
"Little Edie" Beale, of GREY GARDENS fame, performed a cabaret act at Reno Sweeney Nightclub in New York City over the New Years week of 1978…this is that act.
Gerald Duval, Edie's producer during the time of her appearance at Reno Sweeney has re-created the essence of those seven magical nights into one 75 minute show using dialogue, songs, and text from the historic event resulting in a not-to-be-missed, intimate evening of theatre.
Enjoy, experience, and witness what happened when Edie Beale was LIVE at Reno Sweeney.
A showcase of a new musical! Book by V. Mark Covington, Lyrics by Rebecca Elizabeth Jones, Original Music by Paul R. Bartsch
Directed by Billy Christopher Maupin
Elizabeth Brown, frustrated, unpublished writer, has arrived at ‘The Porches’, an antebellum bed and breakfast and writer’s retreat in rural Virginia, to facilitate a weekend writer’s workshop and whip a group of aspiring writers into literary shape. Her group includes, Prescott Moore, formerly Captain Fabulous, a B-grade television actor, attempting fine tune his play Rickets -The Musical, but when he encounters Zebula Nebulon, self published science fiction writer and a consummate fan of Captain Fabulous, his former identity returns to haunt him. Ed. R. Thompson, retired newspaper reporter, turned crime writer, butts heads with Sojourn Word, angry slam poet from the suburbs over who is the most streetwise. Desiree Lamoure, successful romance writer, and Elizabeth’s former English teacher, sets her bodice ripping sights on seducing Miles Stanley, a young technical writer who specializes in trains. The play follows the aspiring writers through the hook-up, throw downs and genre switches as they hone their craft.
Tickets $10 Get Tickets