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I had to change the location because the first restaurant is closed on August 7 due to a family emergency.
I have made reservations for a party of 6 - please confirm by noon on August 7 whether you want to attend!
Tickets are now on sale and I have ticket E9 on the floor for the August 7 production!
From the venue:
“Directed by B.J. Cleveland
On May 28, 1985, star-struck Elizabeth Fuller's dream came true when the legendary Bette Davis came to dinner at her Connecticut home. Four weeks later, as the hotel strike in New York dragged on, she was still there. This is an intimate, funny, and true story of a Hollywood legend coming face-to-face with her most ardent fan.
Quick-witted and glamorous!”
For more information, go to: www.mainstageirving.com
This is currently a non-hosted event.
Information from the venue on this FREE event!
“Cara Mía Theatre is proud to present a FREE Community Tour of Your Healing is Killing Me, written and performed by Virginia Grise.
ABOUT THE PLAY:
Your Healing is Killing Me is a performance manifesto based on lessons learned in San Antonio free health clinics and New York acupuncture schools; from the treatments and consejos of curanderas, abortion doctors, Marxist artists, community health workers, and bourgie dermatologists. Part performance, part writing and movement workshop - we're going to read together, write together and even move together. Come check it out before you catch the workshop production of the show featuring Florinda Bryant, opening the end of September at the Latino Cultural Center.
In association with a todo dar productions from Austin, TX. Your Healing is Killing Me is a collaborative touring production in development.”
For FREE tickets and more information, go to: https://www.caramiatheatre.org/yhikm-community
This is a radio production streamed online.
From the venue:
“This August, NBT will premiere a powerful production that was first introduced in 2015 following a series of state violence that plagued America, as a radio play. HANDS UP: 7 PLAYWRIGHTS, 7 TESTAMENTS will have its radio play American premiere directed by Jonathan McCrory, NBT’s Executive Artistic Director. The collection of works, originally created and curated by The New Black Fest under the artistic direction of Keith Josef Adkins, was a response to the police shootings of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri among other young Black men and women over the years, including Trayvon Martin, Sandra Bland, Tamir Rice and more. In light of the ongoing unrest in the country, and the current death toll of nearly 1600 black bodies murdered by the cops since Brown’s unforgettable murder, this production will showcase a collection of seven monologues written by seven different playwrights highlighting their personal testaments of being Black in America.”
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