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Nov
2
Wed
Living Culture in Action – Workcenter’s Open Program at the Hippodrome Theatre
Nov 2 all-day

 

This fall, the Hippodrome Theatre welcomes the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards for a two-week residency as the culmination of a two-year grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

The Hippodrome Theatre is proud to host the legendary theater company, the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards, in collaboration with the National Endowment of the Arts. This collaboration is the first-of-its-kind for the Workcenter in North America: the Hippodrome Theatre is proud to be the first regional theatre in the States to host in residence this international ensemble, which members come from all over around the world, including Italy, Poland, Colombia, Lebanon, Brazil, France, and Canada.

During its residency in Gainesville, the Open Program will present one of its latest performative works, The Hidden Sayings: directed by Workcenter’s associate director Mario Biagini, this performance has toured all around the world and will now be seen for the first time by Gainesville audiences.

During the Workcenter’s residency in Gainesville the public is invited to participate in the following events, which are free and open to all. Space is limited, so advance reservations are suggested by calling the Hippodrome Box Office e at 352.375.4477.

 


SCHEDULE

Thursday, October 27 and Thursday, November 3
THE OPEN PROGRAM STUDIO
Hippodrome Basement 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Come learn acting and singing FREE with an international performing group. Open to all ages and experience! In this FREE session –open to artists, amateurs, and interested youths and elders, participants will work with songs and acting practices currently explored by the Open Program team of actors, primarily songs of tradition from African-American communities in the American South and Afro-Caribbean songs. The objective is to pass on the tools of the actor’s craft as developed by the Workcenter since its beginnings in 1986.
Saturday, October 29 and Friday, November 6
THE HIDDEN SAYINGS
Oct. 29: Hippodrome Mainstage 1 p.m.
Nov. 6: Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church 4 p.m.
Be immersed in a flowing chorus of dynamic and lively African-American songs.  The performance has been in constant development over the past four years. The theatre artists sing songs passed down from the days of slavery and read ancient texts related to Christianity’s origins. Explore the roots of the civilization you now live in through this powerful experience. The desire for this event is to awaken your senses and broaden your interactions with others while respecting and transcending cultural differences.
Wednesday, November 2
FILM SCREENING AND CONVERSATION
Hippodrome Cinema, 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
This is a unique opportunity to see videos documenting past works of the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards. Together, we will engage in conversation about quality, arts, serving, community and other topics of interest to the guests of the open forum. This is in collaboration with the UF Oral History Project.
ACTION  in Aya Irini
Realized by a film team led by Jacques Vetter, France, 2004.
Produced by ACCAAN -Atelier Cinema de Normandie.
Thomas Richards’ opus Action, created by Richards at the Workcenter in 1994, is composed of detailed lines of actions constructed with and around ancient  vibratory songs from African and Afro Caribbean traditions. Though created within the field of Art as  Vehicle, which focuses on the impact an opus can have on the doers, those doing, Action has been performed before thousands of people, always in small groups. In 2003, the piece was recorded in the Byzantine church Aya Irini in Istanbul when it was done as part of the Workcenter’s three-year “Tracing Roads Across” project, supported by the EU’s “Culture 2000” program and a network of cultural  institutions from five different countries.
Saturday, November 5
OPEN CHOIR
Hippodrome Mainstage, 1 p.m.
The culmination of this residency will lead to integrating members of Gainesville communities in the Open Program performative event The Open ChoirThe Open Choir is a free, public event, where everyone is welcome to participate. A core of Workcenter artists leads participants and guests, through a flow of songs, looking for the possibility of an alive experience and interaction. Everyone is invited to join in song and dance, or find his or her own way to support what happens.

 

These non-sectarian encounters through songs of the African diaspora allow participants of very different backgrounds to become co-authors of the meeting, creating an artwork that both respects and transcends cultural differences, an art event that embraces all guests.

HIPPODROME / WORKCENTER OF JERZY GROTOWSKI AND THOMAS RICHARDS PARTNERSHIP is supported by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Hippodrome programs are sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture; a Tourist Development Tax Grant from the Alachua County Board of County Commissioners in conjunction with the Alachua County Tourist Development Council; and by the City of Gainesville, Dept. of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs.

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Nov
3
Thu
Living Culture in Action – Workcenter’s Open Program at the Hippodrome Theatre
Nov 3 all-day

 

This fall, the Hippodrome Theatre welcomes the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards for a two-week residency as the culmination of a two-year grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

The Hippodrome Theatre is proud to host the legendary theater company, the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards, in collaboration with the National Endowment of the Arts. This collaboration is the first-of-its-kind for the Workcenter in North America: the Hippodrome Theatre is proud to be the first regional theatre in the States to host in residence this international ensemble, which members come from all over around the world, including Italy, Poland, Colombia, Lebanon, Brazil, France, and Canada.

During its residency in Gainesville, the Open Program will present one of its latest performative works, The Hidden Sayings: directed by Workcenter’s associate director Mario Biagini, this performance has toured all around the world and will now be seen for the first time by Gainesville audiences.

During the Workcenter’s residency in Gainesville the public is invited to participate in the following events, which are free and open to all. Space is limited, so advance reservations are suggested by calling the Hippodrome Box Office e at 352.375.4477.

 


SCHEDULE

Thursday, October 27 and Thursday, November 3
THE OPEN PROGRAM STUDIO
Hippodrome Basement 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Come learn acting and singing FREE with an international performing group. Open to all ages and experience! In this FREE session –open to artists, amateurs, and interested youths and elders, participants will work with songs and acting practices currently explored by the Open Program team of actors, primarily songs of tradition from African-American communities in the American South and Afro-Caribbean songs. The objective is to pass on the tools of the actor’s craft as developed by the Workcenter since its beginnings in 1986.
Saturday, October 29 and Friday, November 6
THE HIDDEN SAYINGS
Oct. 29: Hippodrome Mainstage 1 p.m.
Nov. 6: Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church 4 p.m.
Be immersed in a flowing chorus of dynamic and lively African-American songs.  The performance has been in constant development over the past four years. The theatre artists sing songs passed down from the days of slavery and read ancient texts related to Christianity’s origins. Explore the roots of the civilization you now live in through this powerful experience. The desire for this event is to awaken your senses and broaden your interactions with others while respecting and transcending cultural differences.
Wednesday, November 2
FILM SCREENING AND CONVERSATION
Hippodrome Cinema, 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
This is a unique opportunity to see videos documenting past works of the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards. Together, we will engage in conversation about quality, arts, serving, community and other topics of interest to the guests of the open forum. This is in collaboration with the UF Oral History Project.
ACTION  in Aya Irini
Realized by a film team led by Jacques Vetter, France, 2004.
Produced by ACCAAN -Atelier Cinema de Normandie.
Thomas Richards’ opus Action, created by Richards at the Workcenter in 1994, is composed of detailed lines of actions constructed with and around ancient  vibratory songs from African and Afro Caribbean traditions. Though created within the field of Art as  Vehicle, which focuses on the impact an opus can have on the doers, those doing, Action has been performed before thousands of people, always in small groups. In 2003, the piece was recorded in the Byzantine church Aya Irini in Istanbul when it was done as part of the Workcenter’s three-year “Tracing Roads Across” project, supported by the EU’s “Culture 2000” program and a network of cultural  institutions from five different countries.
Saturday, November 5
OPEN CHOIR
Hippodrome Mainstage, 1 p.m.
The culmination of this residency will lead to integrating members of Gainesville communities in the Open Program performative event The Open ChoirThe Open Choir is a free, public event, where everyone is welcome to participate. A core of Workcenter artists leads participants and guests, through a flow of songs, looking for the possibility of an alive experience and interaction. Everyone is invited to join in song and dance, or find his or her own way to support what happens.

 

These non-sectarian encounters through songs of the African diaspora allow participants of very different backgrounds to become co-authors of the meeting, creating an artwork that both respects and transcends cultural differences, an art event that embraces all guests.

HIPPODROME / WORKCENTER OF JERZY GROTOWSKI AND THOMAS RICHARDS PARTNERSHIP is supported by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Hippodrome programs are sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture; a Tourist Development Tax Grant from the Alachua County Board of County Commissioners in conjunction with the Alachua County Tourist Development Council; and by the City of Gainesville, Dept. of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs.

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Nov
4
Fri
Living Culture in Action – Workcenter’s Open Program at the Hippodrome Theatre
Nov 4 all-day

 

This fall, the Hippodrome Theatre welcomes the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards for a two-week residency as the culmination of a two-year grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

The Hippodrome Theatre is proud to host the legendary theater company, the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards, in collaboration with the National Endowment of the Arts. This collaboration is the first-of-its-kind for the Workcenter in North America: the Hippodrome Theatre is proud to be the first regional theatre in the States to host in residence this international ensemble, which members come from all over around the world, including Italy, Poland, Colombia, Lebanon, Brazil, France, and Canada.

During its residency in Gainesville, the Open Program will present one of its latest performative works, The Hidden Sayings: directed by Workcenter’s associate director Mario Biagini, this performance has toured all around the world and will now be seen for the first time by Gainesville audiences.

During the Workcenter’s residency in Gainesville the public is invited to participate in the following events, which are free and open to all. Space is limited, so advance reservations are suggested by calling the Hippodrome Box Office e at 352.375.4477.

 


SCHEDULE

Thursday, October 27 and Thursday, November 3
THE OPEN PROGRAM STUDIO
Hippodrome Basement 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Come learn acting and singing FREE with an international performing group. Open to all ages and experience! In this FREE session –open to artists, amateurs, and interested youths and elders, participants will work with songs and acting practices currently explored by the Open Program team of actors, primarily songs of tradition from African-American communities in the American South and Afro-Caribbean songs. The objective is to pass on the tools of the actor’s craft as developed by the Workcenter since its beginnings in 1986.
Saturday, October 29 and Friday, November 6
THE HIDDEN SAYINGS
Oct. 29: Hippodrome Mainstage 1 p.m.
Nov. 6: Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church 4 p.m.
Be immersed in a flowing chorus of dynamic and lively African-American songs.  The performance has been in constant development over the past four years. The theatre artists sing songs passed down from the days of slavery and read ancient texts related to Christianity’s origins. Explore the roots of the civilization you now live in through this powerful experience. The desire for this event is to awaken your senses and broaden your interactions with others while respecting and transcending cultural differences.
Wednesday, November 2
FILM SCREENING AND CONVERSATION
Hippodrome Cinema, 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
This is a unique opportunity to see videos documenting past works of the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards. Together, we will engage in conversation about quality, arts, serving, community and other topics of interest to the guests of the open forum. This is in collaboration with the UF Oral History Project.
ACTION  in Aya Irini
Realized by a film team led by Jacques Vetter, France, 2004.
Produced by ACCAAN -Atelier Cinema de Normandie.
Thomas Richards’ opus Action, created by Richards at the Workcenter in 1994, is composed of detailed lines of actions constructed with and around ancient  vibratory songs from African and Afro Caribbean traditions. Though created within the field of Art as  Vehicle, which focuses on the impact an opus can have on the doers, those doing, Action has been performed before thousands of people, always in small groups. In 2003, the piece was recorded in the Byzantine church Aya Irini in Istanbul when it was done as part of the Workcenter’s three-year “Tracing Roads Across” project, supported by the EU’s “Culture 2000” program and a network of cultural  institutions from five different countries.
Saturday, November 5
OPEN CHOIR
Hippodrome Mainstage, 1 p.m.
The culmination of this residency will lead to integrating members of Gainesville communities in the Open Program performative event The Open ChoirThe Open Choir is a free, public event, where everyone is welcome to participate. A core of Workcenter artists leads participants and guests, through a flow of songs, looking for the possibility of an alive experience and interaction. Everyone is invited to join in song and dance, or find his or her own way to support what happens.

 

These non-sectarian encounters through songs of the African diaspora allow participants of very different backgrounds to become co-authors of the meeting, creating an artwork that both respects and transcends cultural differences, an art event that embraces all guests.

HIPPODROME / WORKCENTER OF JERZY GROTOWSKI AND THOMAS RICHARDS PARTNERSHIP is supported by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Hippodrome programs are sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture; a Tourist Development Tax Grant from the Alachua County Board of County Commissioners in conjunction with the Alachua County Tourist Development Council; and by the City of Gainesville, Dept. of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs.

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Nov
5
Sat
Living Culture in Action – Workcenter’s Open Program at the Hippodrome Theatre
Nov 5 all-day

 

This fall, the Hippodrome Theatre welcomes the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards for a two-week residency as the culmination of a two-year grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

The Hippodrome Theatre is proud to host the legendary theater company, the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards, in collaboration with the National Endowment of the Arts. This collaboration is the first-of-its-kind for the Workcenter in North America: the Hippodrome Theatre is proud to be the first regional theatre in the States to host in residence this international ensemble, which members come from all over around the world, including Italy, Poland, Colombia, Lebanon, Brazil, France, and Canada.

During its residency in Gainesville, the Open Program will present one of its latest performative works, The Hidden Sayings: directed by Workcenter’s associate director Mario Biagini, this performance has toured all around the world and will now be seen for the first time by Gainesville audiences.

During the Workcenter’s residency in Gainesville the public is invited to participate in the following events, which are free and open to all. Space is limited, so advance reservations are suggested by calling the Hippodrome Box Office e at 352.375.4477.

 


SCHEDULE

Thursday, October 27 and Thursday, November 3
THE OPEN PROGRAM STUDIO
Hippodrome Basement 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Come learn acting and singing FREE with an international performing group. Open to all ages and experience! In this FREE session –open to artists, amateurs, and interested youths and elders, participants will work with songs and acting practices currently explored by the Open Program team of actors, primarily songs of tradition from African-American communities in the American South and Afro-Caribbean songs. The objective is to pass on the tools of the actor’s craft as developed by the Workcenter since its beginnings in 1986.
Saturday, October 29 and Friday, November 6
THE HIDDEN SAYINGS
Oct. 29: Hippodrome Mainstage 1 p.m.
Nov. 6: Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church 4 p.m.
Be immersed in a flowing chorus of dynamic and lively African-American songs.  The performance has been in constant development over the past four years. The theatre artists sing songs passed down from the days of slavery and read ancient texts related to Christianity’s origins. Explore the roots of the civilization you now live in through this powerful experience. The desire for this event is to awaken your senses and broaden your interactions with others while respecting and transcending cultural differences.
Wednesday, November 2
FILM SCREENING AND CONVERSATION
Hippodrome Cinema, 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
This is a unique opportunity to see videos documenting past works of the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards. Together, we will engage in conversation about quality, arts, serving, community and other topics of interest to the guests of the open forum. This is in collaboration with the UF Oral History Project.
ACTION  in Aya Irini
Realized by a film team led by Jacques Vetter, France, 2004.
Produced by ACCAAN -Atelier Cinema de Normandie.
Thomas Richards’ opus Action, created by Richards at the Workcenter in 1994, is composed of detailed lines of actions constructed with and around ancient  vibratory songs from African and Afro Caribbean traditions. Though created within the field of Art as  Vehicle, which focuses on the impact an opus can have on the doers, those doing, Action has been performed before thousands of people, always in small groups. In 2003, the piece was recorded in the Byzantine church Aya Irini in Istanbul when it was done as part of the Workcenter’s three-year “Tracing Roads Across” project, supported by the EU’s “Culture 2000” program and a network of cultural  institutions from five different countries.
Saturday, November 5
OPEN CHOIR
Hippodrome Mainstage, 1 p.m.
The culmination of this residency will lead to integrating members of Gainesville communities in the Open Program performative event The Open ChoirThe Open Choir is a free, public event, where everyone is welcome to participate. A core of Workcenter artists leads participants and guests, through a flow of songs, looking for the possibility of an alive experience and interaction. Everyone is invited to join in song and dance, or find his or her own way to support what happens.

 

These non-sectarian encounters through songs of the African diaspora allow participants of very different backgrounds to become co-authors of the meeting, creating an artwork that both respects and transcends cultural differences, an art event that embraces all guests.

HIPPODROME / WORKCENTER OF JERZY GROTOWSKI AND THOMAS RICHARDS PARTNERSHIP is supported by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Hippodrome programs are sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture; a Tourist Development Tax Grant from the Alachua County Board of County Commissioners in conjunction with the Alachua County Tourist Development Council; and by the City of Gainesville, Dept. of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs.

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Nov
8
Tue
All Things Elections: Debate Watch Party Series at the Hipp @ Hippodrome Cinema
Nov 8 all-day
All Things Elections:  Debate Watch Party Series at the Hipp @ Hippodrome Cinema
Election Day Party November 8, 6 p.m. to midnight

YOU’RE INVITED!  Election Night Watch Party:

Blaze through Election Day on Nov. 8 with a drink in your hand.  We’ll open the bar at 6 p.m. and will serve patriotic drink specials all night long.  Grab your friends and a cocktail to enjoy this politically charged event (that’s all in good fun!).  This event is free to attend and open to the public.  For more information, visit our Facebook event page.

Nov
19
Sat
A Hipp Day’s Night
Nov 19 @ 8:00 pm – Nov 20 @ 12:00 am
A Hipp Day's Night
Join us for a “Hipp Day’s Night ” of Beatles music performed by THE THREETLES, live and on stage at the Hippodrome! Listen and sing along to the classic tunes you know and love as they play songs from nearly all of the albums, starting with “Meet the Beatles” in 1964 to “Let it Be” in 1970.
The Threetles features Chuck Martin on guitar and vocals, Ben Rophie on bass and vocals, and Larry Thompson on drums.

Bar opens at 8PM. Music starts at 9PM. Tickets $12 pre-order, $15 at the door!

All proceeds benefit the Hippodrome Theatre, North Central Florida’s only Professional Regional Theatre!

Dec
3
Sat
No Letting Go
Dec 3 @ 7:30 pm – 9:15 pm
No Letting Go

Based on a true story and adapted from “Illness”, a 2013 award-winning short film, “No Letting Go” is a feature-length drama that follows one family’s journey to understand and to cope with the erratic behavior and emotional instability of their middle son, Timothy.

The film is based on screenwriter Jonathan Bucari’s personal experience and depicts the potentially-devastating impacts of mental health disorders affecting 1 in 5 children in the United States every year.

An open-forum panel discussion featuring area leaders in mental health services will follow the screening. Proceeds from the event benefit the Meridian Behavioral Healthcare’s Center for Building Healthy Families, which provides child- and parent-centered services designed to integrate positive change into family units earlier, where treatment can be most effective.

 

Space is limited. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at http://buytickets.at/meridian.

 

To learn about sponsorship opportunities for this event or the Center for Building Healthy Families, contact David Rountree, Director of Development, at david_rountree@mbhci.org or (352) 374-5600, ext. 8187.

Dec
10
Sat
Hipp Holiday Open House
Dec 10 @ 10:30 am – 4:00 pm
Hipp Holiday Open House

Come to the Hipp Holiday open house for SANTA photos with your kids, pets and friends.
See the Hippodrome’s beautiful holiday decorations, share the timeless mainstage production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol and watch the film classic Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer in the Cinema.
Fun for All Ages!

  • Santa Appearances at 10:30 AM & 12:00 PM
  • Rudolph the Rednose Reindeer in the Hipp Cinema at 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM
  • A Christmas Carol on the Mainstage at 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM
Feb
14
Tue
The Vagina Monologues @ Hippodome Theatre
Feb 14 all-day

GAINESVILLE’S THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES

WHO

The Community of Gainesville’s VDAY campaign, in partnership with One Billion Rising, organizations that aim to end violence against women, are sponsoring a benefit production of The Vagina Monologues to raise funds benefiting voices throughout our community for Peaceful Paths, a local domestic abuse shelter and advocacy center, and to Wild Iris Books, Gainesville’s nonprofit feminist bookstore.

WHAT

The Vagina Monologues

The award-winning play is based on V-Day Founder/playwright Eve Ensler’s interviews with more than 200 women. With humor and grace the piece celebrates women’s sexuality and strength. Through this play and the liberation of this one word, countless women throughout the world have taken control of their bodies and their lives. For over twenty years, The Vagina Monologues has given voice to experiences and feelings not previously exposed in public.  This year, stay tuned after intermission for some bonus original works by local authors!

WHERE

The Hippodrome State Theater, 25 SE 2nd Place, Gainesville, FL 32601

WHEN

February 14th (cinema theater; doors at 6:30 p.m., showtime 7:00-9:00p.m.).

February 17th (cinema theater; doors at 6:30 p.m., showtime 7:00-9:00p.m.)

February 18th (cinema theater; doors at 1:30 p.m.; showtime 2:00-4:00 p.m.)

Ticket admission is good for the show and admission to the Art of Women’s Diversity Art Installation in the Hippodrome Gallery, where show patrons will be served a complimentary drink and light hors d’ oeuvres in the half-hour pre-show; additional drinks for purchase at intermission.

WHY

To raise awareness of the global issue of violence against self-identified women and girls from all walks of life, and to support to PEACEFUL PATHS Domestic Abuse Network, whose mission is to help stop domestic violence and encourage people in our communities to make informed and healthy choices.

MORE INFORMATION AND TICKETS AT
Facebook Event Page | Eventbrite
Feb
17
Fri
The Vagina Monologues @ Hippodome Theatre
Feb 17 all-day

GAINESVILLE’S THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES

WHO

The Community of Gainesville’s VDAY campaign, in partnership with One Billion Rising, organizations that aim to end violence against women, are sponsoring a benefit production of The Vagina Monologues to raise funds benefiting voices throughout our community for Peaceful Paths, a local domestic abuse shelter and advocacy center, and to Wild Iris Books, Gainesville’s nonprofit feminist bookstore.

WHAT

The Vagina Monologues

The award-winning play is based on V-Day Founder/playwright Eve Ensler’s interviews with more than 200 women. With humor and grace the piece celebrates women’s sexuality and strength. Through this play and the liberation of this one word, countless women throughout the world have taken control of their bodies and their lives. For over twenty years, The Vagina Monologues has given voice to experiences and feelings not previously exposed in public.  This year, stay tuned after intermission for some bonus original works by local authors!

WHERE

The Hippodrome State Theater, 25 SE 2nd Place, Gainesville, FL 32601

WHEN

February 14th (cinema theater; doors at 6:30 p.m., showtime 7:00-9:00p.m.).

February 17th (cinema theater; doors at 6:30 p.m., showtime 7:00-9:00p.m.)

February 18th (cinema theater; doors at 1:30 p.m.; showtime 2:00-4:00 p.m.)

Ticket admission is good for the show and admission to the Art of Women’s Diversity Art Installation in the Hippodrome Gallery, where show patrons will be served a complimentary drink and light hors d’ oeuvres in the half-hour pre-show; additional drinks for purchase at intermission.

WHY

To raise awareness of the global issue of violence against self-identified women and girls from all walks of life, and to support to PEACEFUL PATHS Domestic Abuse Network, whose mission is to help stop domestic violence and encourage people in our communities to make informed and healthy choices.

MORE INFORMATION AND TICKETS AT
Facebook Event Page | Eventbrite