Advanced tickets to She Was A Conquistawhore are sold out, but there are still tickets available at the door. To reserve your spot or to join a wait list in advance please contact rachelohanlonrodriguez@gmail.
They say the Conquistawhore drinks her weight in whiskey, brawls her own vagina (which sounds fun, but he is a true madman), and wanders the Wild West – or is it just the Main Line of Philly? Come find out in this developmental sharing performed by Rachel O’Hanlon-Rodriguez and directed by Cat Ramirez. This experimental blend of standup comedy and theatrical poetry weaves a legend to poke fun at (and holes into) our internalized oppression while celebrating our ability to transform.
Comedy, Devised, Experimental, BIPOC Stories
Center City, Philadelphia
Philly Theatre Week:
Friday, March 31, 10:00pm-10:30pm
Saturday, April 1, 10:00pm-10:30pm
Pay What You Can Availability:
20 Tickets per Performance
How PWYC Ticket Donations Support Rachel O'Hanlon-Rodriguez:
Ticket sales and generous donations directly support the artists and the future of Philly Theatre Week!
Health: Masks are encouraged to help limit the spread of Covid-19, and masks will be available at the door.
Recommended Age: Adult Audiences Only
Plays and Players is not a wheelchair-accessible venue. The performance space is on the 3rd floor, and we do not have an elevator. Please forgive us as we continue to update our historic home.