Repro Rights! Women@Risk
3GT — along with our guest curator, Repro Rights Theater–is delighted to present an evening of short works in response to the dire need to address attacks on women’s bodily autonomy and reproductive rights in the U.S. The program honors the risk-takers of NARAL Pro-Choice California, who have inspired us with their leadership and passion for protecting women’s reproductive rights for nearly forty years. Join us as we explore this important women’s rights issue using the provocative and entertaining medium of theatre. The program will be introduced by NARAL Executive Committee member Nonie Greene.
We are sold out for this show, but don’t panic! We’ll have await list at the door. Be at Thick House by 7 pm to put your name on the list and if we can seat you, we will!
Not Pictured: Scott Baker, Mary Bishop, AJ Davenport, Sammay Dizon, Manuel Fernandez, Shirley Nilsen Hall, Don Hardwick, Jude Haukom, Cat Imperato, Shelley Lynn Johnson, Carl Lucania, Genevieve Perdue, Hilda Roe, Miyoko Sakatani, Kim Saunders, Karl Schackne, Ayelet Schreck and Kitty Torres
OH GOOD LORD by Megan Cohen
The Virgin Mary is stricken and shocked by her pregnancy test result.
BOOM, SPLAT by the all-women comedy troupe Chardonnay
A repro rights rap
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES by Margy Kahn
In the whittling away of Roe v. Wade rights, choices narrow. Can you get your own P.O. box and safely empty it in private?
CLINIC OF OZ by Elizabeth Flanagan
Follow the journey of a young orphan from rural Kansas as she searches for any place but home.
FARCELY SEEMS POSSIBLE by Jennifer Roberts
A farce about how easy it is for women to make decisions about their bodies and health.
BAKER’S DOZEN by Bridgette Dutta Portman
Grace and Joseph Baker don’t believe in birth control or sex education – and they have thirteen children to show for it.
THE BIBLE AND GRACE by Lee Brady
Grace is a freshman at the Bethany Nazarene College who finds herself pregnant and unwed— and terrified.
MIDNIGHT AT LA CATRINA by Madeline Puccioni
In November 1970, Meg and her boyfriend Francis go to Tijuana to get an illegal abortion. Will their relationship — and Meg — survive the trip?
A WOMB OF ONE’S OWN by Jeremy Cole
In this brief comic lecture, Virginia Woolf returns from the grave to share her opinions on reproduction rights and the absolute necessity for bodily autonomy.
There will be one ten-minute intermission