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presents a staged reading of

United We Dance

by Malcolm Pelles

directed by Mario Baldessari

PLEASE NOTE: This event has been rescheduled to March 16 due to the snowstorm cancelling the rehearsal for the project.
 
Join us for a staged reading of a new comedy from Malcolm Pelles.  Inspired by real events, “United We Dance” traces the comedic proceedings that unfold when the strippers at the “Bottoms Up” gentlemen’s club decide to unionize and fight for better working conditions.  (The story is loosely based on the Service Employees International Union’s efforts in the late 1990s to organize the workers at the Lusty Lady gentlemen’s club in San Francisco.)

 

  

Featuring

Nora Achrati, Zach Brewster-Geisz, Liz Dutton, Shayla Garfield, Vaughn Irving, Brian Kraemer, Taylor Payne, Reginald Richard, Steven Soto and Kedren Spencer
 
When

►  Monday, March 16 @ 7:30 PM

Seats

Admission to the reading is free.  Seats can be reserved by sending an email to bossrhino@crashofrhinos.org and providing your name and the number of tickets desired.  Doors open at 7 pm and refreshments will be available.

Directions

The staged reading is being held at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art’s black-box theater.   Directions here.

For More Info

www.crashofrhinos.org/shows.html

ADMISSION IS FREE. Seating is limited. Reserve your seats by calling 202-333-2202 or emailing us at conservatoryofdramaticarts@gmail.com

 

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