Peepshow takes-back objectification and sexism, and kicks the patriarchy where it counts. Over Peepshow’s five spectacles, performers will review the four waves of feminism in a 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-and Kpop-inspired-ballet.
There isn’t another offering as part of Washington, DC’s second Women’s Voices Theatre Festival with a multi-sensory ode to the vagina, which means Peepshow is not to be missed.
Recommended for 18yo+. 100% accessible accessible to and enjoyable by hearing and Deaf audience members. Peepshow is an intimate experience, capped at 30 persons per showing.
February 7 – 25, 2018
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company Rehearsal Hall
Tickets are no longer available for Peepshow
General Admission: $20 online or $25 at the door
Generous Admission: $26 (online only)
Men Give Back: $40 (online or at door)
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. Peepshow is vegetarian but not vegan. Please contact dog & pony dc with any inquiries before purchasing tickets at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conceived by Rachel Grossman, Tosin Olufolabi & Ivania Stack
Devised by Claudia Brownlee, Jordana Fraider, Sandra Mae Frank*, Natasha Gallop, Kala Granger, Rachel Grossman, Amelia Hensley, Ouida Maedel, Kerry McGee, Tosin Olufolabi, Elaine Yuko Qualter, Lorraine Ressegger-Slone, Carol Spring, Ivania Stack & Annie Wiegand*
Directed by Rachel Grossman, with Jordana Fraider & Tosin Olufolabi
Choreographed by Lorraine Ressegger-Slone
Featuring: Sandra Mae Frank*, Natasha Gallop, Amelia Hensley, Ouida Maedel, Kerry McGee, Tosin Olufolabi, Elaine Yuko Qualter & Carol Spring
Designed by Claudia Brownlee, Tosin Olufolabi & Annie Wiegand*
Dramaturg: Jordana Fraider
Production Stage Management: Emilie Moore, Trent Harper, Kala Granger
Peepshow is supported in part by a grant from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
A * denotes this Peepshow artist is supported in part by an Ensemble Sponsor:
- Thank you Jonathan Zucker and Nadra Wass for sponsoring Annie Wiegand.
- Thank you Evelyn and Scott Schreiber for sponsoring Sandra Mae Frank.
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