A FREE CONVERSATIONS event
Exasperating Women: Being Female in the Theatre
Tuesday, October 1st 2013
7:30pm-9pm @ Taproot Theatre Company
(204 N 85th Street, Seattle 98103)
Mrs. Dolly Gallagher Levi is one of the great female roles in American Theatre. Played by leading ladies from Carol Channing to Barbara Streisand, Dolly is unquenchable, eminently capable, and (according to Horace Vandergelder) a “damned exasperating woman.” But how does Dolly Levi measure up against other classic stage roles for women? Taproot Theatre invites a panel of local actors to talk about their careers and their favorite roles. What are the challenges of “being female” in the theatre?
Guest Speakers include:
Presented in conjunction with Taproot Theatre Company’s production of The Matchmaker by Thornton Wilder.
This CONVERSATIONS event is FREE, but seating is limited. General admission tickets are required. Click HERE (live link to Print Tix calendar page) to reserve your seats online using the special discount code FREE or call the Box Office at 206.781.9707. Tickets may be available at the Taproot Box Office on the day of, but seating is not guaranteed.