This unique night of theater allows for you to travel around to several different locations and see 11 short sections of new works by female artists. This fundraiser helps support the local And Toto Too Theatre Company to continue producing original works by women playwrights.
This adventurous night of theater will start at The Oriental Theatre and go to several locations including book bar, Westward Gallery, Second Star to the Right and Denver Cat Company. The plays will be performed by 20 local actors including Henry nominee Emma Messenger. Directing these works are 11 actors, directors, and playwrights such as Henry Award winner and True West Theatre Person of the Year Billie McBride.
• June 14
• The Oriental Theatre
• Tickets: 720- 583- 3975 or BUY ONLINE or $35 at the door
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