Peepshow takes-back objectification and sexism, widens the feminist frame, and kicks the patriarchy where it counts. Over the span of Peepshow’s five spectacles, performers will review the history of feminism in the wrestling ring, explore the complexities of the male gaze through Broadway show tunes, and expose the modern woman’s complicity in her own oppression through a synchronized-swimming-inspired-ballet.

Peepshow is a theatrical exhibition created and presented by an entirely non-male identified collective of artists, and 100% accessible to Deaf and hearing audience members. Recommended for 18yo+.

February 7 – 25, 2018
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company Rehearsal Hall

Want to see the Peepshow February 7 at 8PM?
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Content advisory: Peepshow addresses objectification and sexism/cis-sexism, as well as racism, ableism, classism, and other forms of oppression. It references, describes, and/or depicts: sexual language and movement, sexual activity, sexual harassment and assault, violence of all kinds perpetrated on women and between women, the emotional and psychological impact abuse, racial fetishism, body-shaming, personal grooming, vaginas, menstruation, childbirth, and menopause. Please contact dog & pony dc with any inquiries before purchasing tickets at tickets@dogandponydc.com.

Conceived and directed by Rachel Grossman, Tosin Olufolabi & Ivania Stack

Choreographed by Lorraine Ressegger-Slone

Devised by Rachel Grossman, Tosin Olufolabi & Ivania Stack, & Claudia Brownlee, Jordana Fraider, Sandra Mae Frank, Natasha Gallop, Kala Granger, Amelia Hensley, Ouida Maedel, Kerry McGee, Elaine Yuko Qualter, Lorraine Ressegger-Slone, Carol Spring & Annie Wiegand

Designed by Claudia Brownlee, Rachel Grossman, Tosin Olufolabi, Ivania Stack & Annie Wiegand

Featuring: Sandra Mae Frank, Natasha Gallop, Amelia Hensley, Ouida Maedel, Kerry McGee, Tosin Olufolabi, Elaine Yuko Qualter & Carol Spring

Artists involved in early devising: Amelia Hensley, Annalisa Dias, Annie Wiegand, Carrie Suggs, Carol Spring, Casey Johnson-Pasqua, Cody Whitfield, Ivania Stack*, Jessica Cancino, Jordana Fraider, Kerry McGee*, Lorraine Ressegger-Slone*, Michelle Mary Schaefer, Norah Matthews, Ouida Maedel, Rachel Grossman*, Sandra Mae Frank, Tosin Olufolabi* (* = company member)

stories on the wall
Read 55-word stories from our devising weekend
List of Memories Featured image
Read Ivania’s List of Memories from our devising weekend

Watch a video that’s inspiring Peepshow costuming and choreography:


Part of the Women’s Voices Theater Festival. #WomensVoicesFest