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That Woman - The Monologue Show
Original Monologues from the perspectives of women involved or rumored-to-be-involved with President John F. Kennedy
That Woman – The Monologue Show at the Darkhorse Theater
Explores the stories of women who were involved or rumored-to-be-involved with President John F. Kennedy. Co-written by Nashville-area women playwright/actors. Created and performed by actors of diverse age/ethnicity/appearance. All-women cast/creatives. Provides a fascinating look at a lesser-known aspect of history and a thought-provoking and entertaining evening of theatre – sure to spark interesting post-show discussion among audience members. This show contains adult themes and language.
Angela Gimlin (Founder and COO of Nashville’s Inebriated Shakespeare Company) and Tennessee Playwrights Studio present: That Woman – The Monologue Show directed by Stephanie Houghton (founder of Gadabout Theatre Company) and co-written by the following Nashville playwright/actors: Molly Breen, Dianne DeWald, Angela Gimlin, April Hardcastle-Miles, Alicia Haymer, Nettie Kraft, Ang Madaline-Johnson, Mary McCallum, Elizabeth Turner, and Jennifer Whitcomb-Oliva.
The cast for the run at the Darkhorse Theater (Westside Cast) includes: Molly Breen as Mimi Alford, Ibby Cizmar as Priscilla Wear, Dianne DeWald as Mary Pinchot Meyer, Angela Gimlin as Blaze Starr, April Hardcastle-Miles as Inga Arvad, Sofia Hernádez Morales as Jill Cowan, Ang Madaline-Johnson as Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Mary McCallum as Ellen Rometsch, Elizabeth Turner as Judith Exner, and Jennifer Whitcomb-Oliva as Marilyn Monroe.
Other women theatre artists contributing to this production include: Rachel Agee (Script Editor), Renee Brank (Stage Manager), Bethany Dinkel (Costumer), Kristen DuBois (Lighting Designer), Alexis LaVon (Sound Designer), and Lauren Wilson (Graphic Designer). Learn more about these casts and creatives here.
Thu, Jun 23: Pay-What-You-Can Night
4610 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, TN 37209
Health Check Update
Audience must wear masks in the building at all times. Policies are subject to change with disease spread status.