by Leonard D. Goodisman
Join us at the Odd Duck Studio for a tale of women’s history in the west. Laramie–Equal Rights by Leonard D. Goodisman is a stimulating play about 1868 Laramie, Wyoming. A lawless, dangerous town, a prototype for the worst clichés of cowboy westerns. The women of the town organized a vigilante action which swept through the town, killing, arresting, or driving out the rowdy element. In 1870, Wyoming became a territory with a constitution and essentially the first place in the world where women had the right to vote and serve on juries. Today Wyoming’s motto is “Equal Rights”.
Directed by Rik Deskin.
Featuring the talents of Corey Lynn Atencio, Victoria Alkin, Adrian Cerrato, John Chapman, Wendy Cohen, Amy Mayes, Susan Echols-Orton, Will Phillips, Rena Borg, Nick McDonald, Holly L. Forbis, David Torres, and Annie Hughes.
The show will run every Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm from September 27 -October 28th 2012.*
Pay What You Can Preview on Sep 27. Discounted Previews Sep. 28-30. $15
Tickets are $25 per person. Advance Tickets are available at 206-679-3271 and at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/280238
Group discounts are available on 25 people or more. For more information about groupticket sales contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
TPS Members are $20 at the door when you show your current card.
Military and Union Members are $15 at the door with your Military I.D. or Union Card.
Students & Seniors are $12 at the door with your current Student I.D. card.
Members of SAG-AFTRA and/or AEA can get a free ticket when you show your Union Card at the door.
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