Love Loss and What I Wore

Friday Dec 15, 2017

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3011 Monte Vista Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
US

Phone: 254-7716
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$8-$18

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Hilarious, poignant and popular monologues and ensemble pieces about how women's clothing documents history through memory and storytelling.

Love Loss and What I Wore

A series of hilarious, poignant and popular monologues and ensemble pieces about how women's clothing documents their history through memory and storytelling. By Nora and Delia Ephron based on the book by Ilene Beckerman.  Winner 2010 Drama Desk Award - Unique Theatrical Experience, and 2010 Broadway.com Audience Award - Favorite New Off-Broadway Play. More about the Play.

Directed by Michelle Volpe Roe with Angela Littleton, co-Monologue Coach

 

Advance Purchase Discount - 20%

These special prices are available only through November 30!

Regular Adult: $17.60,

Seniors (over 65): $16,

TLC, ATG, Service Members: $14.40,

Students: $9.60,

Groups of 10+: $8

PRICES ONLY FOR ONLINE, ADVANCE PURCHASE THROUGH NOV. 30

www.auxdogtheatre.org (Please Note: if you go to the old website auxdog.com, you should be redirected to our new website). Our email address remains the same: info@auxdog.com

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