Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Upcoming: Saint Matilde's Malady, remounted and free of charge, January 30

UPDATE: Review by Dan Solomon for, February 11

Found on-line, thanks to JMJTX:

Hello sailors.

If you missed St.Matilde’s Malady in either of our Frontera Fest performances, you can see it on Saturday, FOR FREE. Get your Saturday night started with some pirates and whores. You know, like usual.

We’re still waiting to hear who’ll make it to the Best of Fest, but in the meanwhile, you’ve got another chance to enjoy 30 minutes of non-stop sailors, prostitutes, juggling, and textiles…

A swashbuckling new play about rage, love, and other sexually transmitted diseases.

January 30 at 7 p.m.
Running time: approxximately 30 minutes
Winship Theatre Building at UT (directions below)
Admission: FREE.

Where to go:
Winship Drama Building, Room 2.180
Click the link above for driving directions. You should be able to get parking along San Jacinto. We’ll have signs posted in the building to lead you to the show.

xoxox – Connie, Madam of Connie’s Brothel and Rug Shop

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FROM UT Department of Drama and Dance: "3rd year MFA Playwriting Candidate, Kyle John Schmidt, presents his new play “Saint Matilde’s Malady” for the UT community. ”Saint Matilde’s Malady” was recently produced at the FronteraFest to rave reviews. The play also features the talents of Talleri McRae (DTY) and Jenn Hartmann (DTY)."

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