Genre: Solo Performance
"Girl" written and performed by Cheryl King, directed by Rod Menzies

In not a nice girl, stand-up philosopher Cheryl King's alter-ego, Carol Kincaid, under the spell of love goddess Aphrodite, explores the patriarchal forces that constrain her, delivering an always warm, often hilarious manifesto on sex, marriage, and the pursuit of passion.

Featuring a 15-minute epilogue THE RIGHTS OF MAN, written and performed by Aaron Petrovich then provides a chilling challenge to the male-dominant forces that constrain us in his arresting epilogue, The Rights of Man. Don't miss the opportunity to witness complementary viewpoints on a controversial topic.

Amidst the hype and rhetoric that typify public discussion, solo artists Cheryl King and Aaron Petrovich pair up to perform clear and thoughtful appraisals on the divisive relationship between sex, the sexes and power.
About the Company: Manhattan Theatre Source

Manhattantheatresource is a not-for-profit art service organization celebrating its fifth anniversary. Its 55-seat theatre, book store and cabaret, run by full-time volunteers, have afforded more than 2,400 artists opportunities to work in over 475 productions. The Source also provides workshops, marketing and design support, voiceover and video editing services and career consulting to local artists.

Open:   09/15/05
Close:   09/16/05

Thursday and Friday at 8pm
Theater:   Manhattan Theater Source
Address:   177 MacDougal St
New York, NY 10011
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Closest subway: A,C,E to West 4th. Exit north end of station, walk north on 7th Avenue to 8th Street., right one block to MacDougal Street, right to theatre

Cost:$12.00 or Call: at 212-501-4751
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