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Sassafras Prohibition Party!

Save the Date!
When: Saturday, June 8, 2019, 6pm
Where: Impact Hub Oakland
2323 Broadway Avenue
Oakland, CA 94612

Join us for a glamorous night filled with decadent drinks, delicious hors d’oeuvres, and a delectable gourmet dinner. Plus raffles, games, and live auction items!

All proceeds benefit our Make a Difference program.

If you have any questions, please contact, Brady Brophy-Hilton, development associate, at brady@shotgunplayers.org.

Tickets

Single Ticket – $250

$100 tax deductible

Table – $2,000

$800 tax deductible

M.A.D. Ticket – $25

For patrons age 25 and under

Special auctioneer announcement!

Nick Medina as Christopher Wren, The Mousetrap (2015)

Our auctioneer this year will be actor and auctioneer Nick Medina!

You may remember him from shows such as: Hamlet, Village Bike, Coast of Utopia, and more!

Magician Dennis Kyriakos will join us at Sassafras

Magician Dennis Kyriakos

Be sure to visit with him as he mixes and mingles during our cocktail reception.

And he'll also make an appearance on stage later in the program.

Visit conjuringwonder.com for a preview of #TheWonder

A little more about the theme

Flapper dress

The roaring 20s, while known as an age of glitz and glamour, were also full of dramatic social and political change. It was the birth of what we know of today as pop culture. People started listening to the same music, dancing the same moves, and using the same slang words. Young women were shortening their hair, skirts, and participating in “unladylike” behavior, like voting. With this new “racy” culture, came a backlash of conservatism.

On January 17, 1920, the 18th Amendment went into effect, which prohibited the sale of alcohol. Drinking had become a symbol of what people disliked about this new modernity. The thought was that by eliminating it, it would turn back the clock to what they considered a greater time. It didn’t work.

We at Shotgun, are determined to always be a place that celebrates and embraces the future. One of the ways we accomplish that is through our Make a Difference program.

The beneficiaries of the Make a Difference program, M.A.D. fellows and audience members, are that future for Shotgun Players and our local arts community.

We hope you’ll put on your dancing shoes, pearls, bowties, or fedoras and join us for a truly memorable evening.

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