February 14, 2018
Doors open 30 minutes prior to show
Cost: $10 per event or $30 for a week-long pass
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V-Week Day 2 features:
You’re Really Pretty for a Girl in a Wheelchair, curated by Brenna Bean
A small group of passionate and strong-willed women bring to light important and semi-scandalous issues that differently-abled females encounter every day. This gang of wheelchair-using ladies will present candid and humorous insight into the life of a woman with a physical disability, that others may or may not be too afraid to ask.
Hot Mess Presents: Lady Time
The ladies of Hot Mess will answer the audience’s burning questions about love, relationships and just how long to cook a turkey in the microwave.
Comprised of Jacque Arend and Stacey Reed Hanlon, JaxN Reed is a long-running house troupe at The Torch Theatre. Performing together for a solid twelve years, this improv duo has traveled, performed and taught across the United States, including shows in New York, Washington D.C., Austin, San Diego and Pittsburgh.
Phoenix Center for the Arts invites the community to a week of programming centered around women. V-Week will be held February 13-17 at the Center’s downtown Phoenix campus at 1202 N Third Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004. This inaugural event seeks to delve deeper into conversations and movements that society has largely avoided or suppressed in the past. All proceeds will be donated to Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence and Spotlight on the Resistance.
V-Week events will start at 7:00pm each day, with an additional matinee performance at 3:00pm on Saturday, February 17. Each event will feature a different topic and group of women, followed by a performance with all female performers, including music and comedy. The week will be capped by performances of The Vagina Monologues in Spanish and English. The cost for tickets to each event is $10, available at the door or in advance at phoenixcenterforthearts.org. A weeklong pass is available for just $30. The Center also offers “pay what you can” ticketing at the door.
February 14, 2018