Friday March 29, 2019
Albuquerque, NM 87110
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This show explores the often hillarious, sometimes poignant journey of a woman as she confronts what scares her most in the hope that it's a step toward a bold, brave and audacious existence.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Stacy (Hagen) Patterson, SHS and UNM alumna, returns to Albuquerque and the newly refurbished Patsy Giffin Theatre at Sandia High School for a special performance of her one person show.
When we come face-to-face with what scares us (real or imagined), will be grow quiet, learn to hold back, or manage to push through? What's on the other side of the fear? A Reasonable Fear of Tubas: Stories from a Fearless, Phobic, and Somewhat Reasonable Life explores the often hillarious, sometimes poignant journey of one woman as she confronts what scares her most in the hope that it's the first step toward a bold, brave, and audacious existence.
From last year's Hollywood Fringe Festival: “A wonderful storyteller and a great painter of ‘pictures.’” and “…the show is funny, nostalgic, wise and eye opening…”
Tickets on sale now through Eventbrite. (Cash only at the door the night of the show.)
$7.00 students, faculty, and seniors (65 yrs+) / $12.00 general admission