Girl Talk Theatre invites you to experience The World is My Home, their latest original production, which will dig deep on Prejudice, Dignity and Homelessness. They also want to talk about Hot Pants and Blue Jeans. Curious? Please join us on May 1 & 2, 2017.

As a special event for ArtWeek, join us after each show for a talkback with Artistic Director/Founder of Girl Talk, Stephanie Cotton-Snell; Associate Director, Mary C. (Mimi) Huntington; and the actors, to learn more about how Girl Talk Theatre’s work with poor, homeless and marginalized women creates powerful works of art.

About Girl Talk: The mission of Girl Talk Theatre is to use the art of theatre to empower poor, homeless and marginalized women through the art of theatre.  We offer a safe and nurturing environment for the telling of their stories by teaching theatre workshops out of which we create performance opportunities for these women.  Since our founding nine years ago, we have taught classes at Rosie’s Place, Women’s Lunch Place and On The Rise.  Our students have performed and taught workshops in a variety of other venues including the Mass Poetry Festival, New England Fringe Theatre Festival, YMCA Cambridge, Tufts University and Berklee/Boston Conservatory.

Entrance to both the show and talkback is free, but we encourage you to RSVP here:

Monday, May 1, 2017 at 3:00pm
Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 7:30pm

ArtWeek attendees get 15% off tickets to both Paradise and Homebody with promotional code: ARTWEEK.

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This production is part of the Nora Theatre Company‘s That’s What She Said: A Feminine Perspective series.