Saturday, February 20, 2010

We're bringing it back -- the Bisbee Women's Review. I know it is supposed to be "Revue."

From Merriam-Webster.com:
Etymology: French, from Middle French reveue review — more at review
Date: 1872 : a theatrical production consisting typically of brief loosely connected often satirical skits, songs, and dances

Back in the 80s, someone spelled it "Review," and we're keeping that tradition. Also in keeping with the early beginnings of this show, all tickets are $5 at the door. When we say get there early, we mean it. We only have 80 seats, and sellouts are possible.

We have some fabulous acts in a wide variety of styles: music by Jenny Druckman and friends, Pat Panther and the women of the Occasional Chorus; dance from Abigail Stage, Angelika Johnson and Joan Reichel. Pearl Watkins, Rae Jones and others will handle the drama and humor. And there's more -- come to the show to find out.

For those of you who remember the Women's Shows at the Old Baptist Church, we want to tell you that Central School Project has upgraded amenities with water-saving toilets. Please follow the directions.

We're looking forward to seeing all of you, including our friends of the male persuasion, at these exciting, entertaining performances. One weekend only: March 12 & 13 at 7:30 pm and March 14 at 3:00 pm. Remember, first come, first seated.

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