Press Play for "Girls Rock! DC"
*** Tickets available at door for $15, cash only. Online sales over. ***
Press Play, one of DC's longest-running improv troupes, is excited to present our new one-hour show at The Saloon Bar (1205 U St NW), Saturday April 29, 8pm.
$5 from every ticket will be donated to "Girls Rock! DC", a local nonprofit that aims to create a supportive, inclusive and creative space for girls to develop self-empowerment, build community, stand up and rock out!
We'll have improv, story telling, and for those who want to imbibe, big frothy mugs of beer. The estimated value of all this entertainment is one gazillion dollars, but you can buy a ticket for just $10 ($15 at the door). Every ticket sold will help support a great organization right here in DC. So feel good, laugh, grab some drinks at the bar, and support the wonderful work Girls Rock! DC does, all at the same time.
Doors open at 7:30pm. Show starts at 8pm, and drinks and food are available for purchase from our friends at The Saloon. See you there!
*** Press Play ***
Press Play is one of DC's longest-running and best-looking improv troupes. Since 2011, we have performed in shows and festivals across the US and Canada.
*** Jenny Splitter ***
Jenny told her first story on stage for Story District's Bad Mommy Moments show in 2012 and has been terrified and obsessed ever since. She has performed in Story District shows at the 9:30 Club, the Birchmere and Dance Place as well as for Perfect Liar's Club and the Unified Scene Theater, plus that one episode of the Risk! podcast.
About "Girls Rock! DC"
"Girls Rock! DC" aims to create a supportive, inclusive, and creative space for girls, and non-binary, and trans youth of varying racial, ethnic, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds; abilities; identities; and experiences to develop their self-confidence, build community, stand up, and rock out! Find out more at http://www.girlsrockdc.org/
The Saloon (Afficher)
1205 U ST NW
Washington, DC 20017
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