NEW YORK SUFFRAGETTES PUTTING ON A SPIRITUALISM CONVENTION
– INTRODUCING THE BRASSIERE!
FRENCH MEDIUM WILL CONTACT YOUR FAVORITE DEAD PERSON!
OR WILL SHE?
TURN OF THE CENTURY CHARACTERS
INVADE CARNIVAL OF THE UNLIKELY!
Ladies and gentlemen, in this new original comedy play, 1901 and the Woman's Suffragette Movement is looking for some traction on the whole getting women the right to vote thing... and what better way to get the public's attention than to host a spiritualism convention whose main attraction is Madam Touche', a French-ish medium who says she can talk to the dead. However, it just might be that Touche' is the least odd one at this carnival, full of scam artists and specious soothsayers, dubious orphans and arrogant socialites, serial killers and ex-Minnesotans, who are all trying to pull one over the other to get what they want, including those women getting the right to vote!
You'll have to see it to not believe a word of it!
TMWSMPTFACOTU is an original production directed by Gary Rudoren (of Chicago's The Annoyance Theatre, Seond City, and author of McSweeney's Comedy by the Numbers) and written by Alison Bennett, Leanne Linsky, Ruby Marez, Alex Marino, Anna Lisa McClelland, Lauren Olson, Rebecca Teran. The cast includes the writers and Jen Sanders and Betsy Hoffman.
TUESDAYS, FEB. 12, 19, 26, MARCH 4 at 8pm
Theater: Magnet Theater
Address: 254 W 29th St (btwn 7th & 8th Aves)
New York, NY
|Cost:$7, Free for students of Magnet Theater or Call: at 212-244-8824|