Field Dressing is playing:
March 20th at 8pm
March 23rd at 8pm
at the Tricklock Performance Laboratory
Directed by Juli Hendren
Written and Performed by Hannah Kauffmann
With Music by Kyle Wayne Ruggles
On September 13th, 1995, at 2:34pm, on the corner of Centennial and Cartwright, while a man in a stupid green sedan blew kisses at her and the hole under the Algebra I book in her backpack stretched unnoticeably wider, 14-year-old Violet Francis started growing antlers out of her head.
Appropriate for ages 16+
“ … Field Dressing is a powerful commentary on what it means to be a woman, yes, but also on how we choose to experience what we have, the stories that we tell ourselves to explain why we are here, why we are this way. The story—skillfully entwined with a live score, its expertly utilized props and stage space (the direction of Juli Hendren can be thanked), and Kauffmann’s well-timed and written words—is one that is thought-provoking and, touchingly, achieves the heights it promises.” Weekly Alibi
This is a PASSPORT ENTRY show and a ticket is required. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made by calling the Revolutions Hotline at 505.414.3738 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payment will be taken at the box office prior to the show. We accept cash, personal checks, and credit/debit cards. Passport holders will also call the Passport Hotline at 505.414.3738. Get Passport