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TOP GIRLS
 
Written by  Caryl Churchill
Directed by  Delia MacDougall

July 2 - August 2, 2015
EXTENDED to August 9!


PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN PREVIEWS:  July 2-9
OPENING NIGHT: July 10

A season celebrating plays by women must include Churchill. Marlene is out to celebrate her big promotion at work. And she's earned it. It's a just reward for years of dedicated service at the Top Girls Employment Agency. If she's had to make sacrifices along the way, they've been worth it. Dancing through history, Churchill's timeless masterpiece Top Girls asks all the right questions about the struggle to "have it all."


"An irresistible theatrical feast... revelatory." - Robert Hurwitt, SF Chronicle

"Top Girls is Shotgun’s finest production of the season to date. By all means, go see it." - Emily S. Mendel, Berkeleyside 

"Performed with sizzling pizzazz." - Robert Hall, Repeat Performances
 


HAVE A DRINK ON US! We're offering each guest one free glass of bubbly at every performance of Top Girls.



Running Time: 2 hours and 30 minutes, including two 10 minute intermissions.

Share Link: www.shotgunplayers.org/Online/topgirls


 

PRODUCTION SPONSORS
The Grubb Company
Pepi Ross & Jason Marks
Patricia & Merrill Shanks
2015 SEASON SPONSORS
Peet's Coffee & Tea
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation
 


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Talk Back Schedule

July 24th

Dramaturg Joanie McBrien, Lisa Haefele, PhD, Ardel Thomas, PhD and Top Girls cast members lead a talk on the juicy themes Churchill unearths in this play.

July 31
Artistic Director Patrick Dooley talks with Stanford Researcher Patricia Seith on marriage and modern family models and how they affect the workplace. 




Remember that we love you, but there is no late seating at Shotgun Players. Performances begin promptly. Due to the configuration of our theater latecomers will only be seated at the intermission if and when a production has one. This is a policy we must enforce without exceptions, due to the design of our theatre, and for the safety of our actors and audience members.



THE RUN OF THIS SHOW HAS ENDED. THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO CAME!