PHOENIX THEATRE
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ROBERT CHESTNUT PRESENTS A SNEAK PEEK OF:

– a confronting, brave, solo adventure into truths about being a woman, a mother, and a lover

Originally presented under the title, A Peek at a 21st Century Love Affair, directed by Andrea L. Hart, and Winner of the 2018 Marsh Madness Competition in San Francisco‚Äôs Marsh Theater, the play was subsequently developed into an 80 minute piece which premiered at the 2019 United Solo Festival in New York City under its new title and directed by the infamous, Austin Pendleton. It was scheduled to tour nationally and internationally in 2020 when Covid hit. It re-emerged in February 2022 at the Carnegie Stage in Pittsburgh, and has been gaining traction ever since. It was last seen at the Carl Cherry Arts Center in Carmel. 

For reviews and more about the show, please visit: 
https://www.pascalerm.com/upcoming-show

For tickets, please go to: 
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-ins-and-outs-of-fingers-spoons-and-an-open-marriage-tickets-57978691727

Saturday March 25th @ 8pm with Saxophonist John Kadyk @ 7:30pm
Sunday March 26th  @  2pm 

Warning: explicit language, adult content



After an amazingly successful staged reading last year, we are bringing to the stage a full production of “Queestory: Forgotten Figures and Moments in Queer History.” This anthology of seven pieces brings to light and celebrates little-known figures and moments from queer history. From a Restoration Italian Countess, to a trans Union solider in the Civil War, to a Hollywood legend, this anthology celebrates hard to find queer history.

Friday, August 4 @ 8pm
Saturday, August 5 @ 8pm

Friday, August 4 @ 8pm
Saturday, August 5 @ 8pm

Thursday, August 10 @ 8pm
Friday, August 11 @ 8pm
Saturday, August 12 @ 8pm

Thursday, August 17 @ 8pm
Friday, August 18 @ 8pm
Saturday, August 19  @ 8pm



Coming to
Phoenix Theatre II


LezWritesBTQ is a unique development and performance program for emerging lesbian, queer, transgender, and gender non-conforming theatre-makers. Our LBTQ playwrights and solo-performers create work that speaks directly to lesbian and queer artists and audiences, with an emphasis on women of color, people with disabilities, and other communities traditionally underrepresented in theatre.

Upcoming events:
Reading Salon Tuesday May 30th, 2023 @ 7pm Doors @ 6.30pm
Reading Salon Tuesday June 6th, 2023 @ 7pm Doors @ 6.30pm
Reading Salon Tuesday June 13th, 2023 @ 7pm Doors @ 6.30pm
Reading Salon Tuesday June 20th, 2023 @ 7pm Doors @ 6.30pm





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