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Poor Richard’s Players Re-Launches Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche
Published on Tue, Jul 8, 2014 (9:29 a.m.)LAS VEGAS, July 8 – Continuing a successful run at the Vegas Fringe Festival, Poor Richard’s Players is proud to re-launch Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche. Written by Andrew Hobgood and Evan Linder and directed by Maxim Lardent, this show has proven its popularity with productions in New York and Chicago, and now in Las Vegas by earning “Best of Fringe 2014”. Now is your second chance to experience what everyone was talking about at the Vegas Fringe Festival.
Set in 1956, the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein are having their annual quiche breakfast. Will they be able to keep their cool when Communists threaten their idyllic town? Director Maxim Lardent has gathered five of the funniest ladies in Las Vegas to bring this show to life –Kim Faubel, Brenna Folger, Teresa Fullerton, Jessica Hird, and Amanda Kraft. Come be a part of this hilarious crowd pleaser and fall in love with these women as they handle one disaster after another.
The performances in the Las Vegas Little Theatre Black Box are July 18 & 19 at 9:00pm, July 20 at 4:00pm, July 25 & 26 at 9:00pm, and July 27 at 4:00pm. Visit www.poorrichardsplayers.com for ticket information or call the LVLT Box Office at (702) 362-7996.
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About Poor Richard’s Players:
Founded May 1, 2011, Poor Richard’s Players is comprised of award winning artists coming together with a unique vision to take theatre to the next level. Their mission: Challenge the artist. Challenge the audience. This helps to provide a voice not only for the artists who produce theatre but also for the audiences who receive it. PRP strives to create theatre which inspires conversation and provides a shared experience. In 2012 and 2013 Poor Richard’s Players was honored as Best of Fringe in the LVLT Fringe Festival. For more information: www.poorrichardsplayers.com
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