9 OUNCES: A ONE-WOMAN SHOW by Anastacia Tolbert

 Photos by Katie Miller for The Project Room

Photos by Katie Miller for The Project Room

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Since October 2014, The Project Room has been following Anastacia Tolbert in the making of 9 OuncesA One-Woman Show.  Starring the three female characters Alice, Luna & Saraphina, 9 Ounces uses the audience as a mirror to reflect, three narratives crochet themselves around evolving frames. After debuting the work this past July, Tolbert returns to share it once again as it continues to develop.

All performances will be held at The Project Room.  General admission performances are FREE.  Recommended for ages 16+ unless accompanied by a guardian.  Click on the dates below to link to Stranger Ticket Sales.

VIP PERFORMANCE: $25

Thurs. September 10, 6:30-9pm
Special Q & A with the artist after the performance. Wine and hors d'oeurvres will be served! $25 VIP tickets required via Stranger Tickets; available on 5/14/15. Doors open at 6:30pm, performance at 7pm.  Seating is limited.

GENERAL ADMISSION PERFORMANCES: FREE

Fri. September 11 Sat. September 127-8:30pm
FREE tickets required via Stranger Tickets; available on 7/30/15.
Seating is limited.

Please note: Some posters and postcards were circulated with incorrect dates. The above dates are the final correct dates!

 

MORE about 9 Ounces:

9 Ounces: A One Woman Show is an unkempt, de-ribbon-ed, narrative braid dangling with cooked parts. It unofficially yogas its way through the unexpected journey of a queer woman of color's mid-life a-ha moment and extreme case of takotsubo's cardiomyopathy. Using the audience as mirror, epiphany and diary, three narratives crochet themselves around evolving frames. Meet Luna, innocent, truth-telling childlike ghost-angel, Saraphina filter-free wise counsel-spiritual matriarch and Alice an artist and writer wedged between four universal questions: Who the hell am I/not? What am I supposed to be doing? Why me? What's for Dinner? Together, the three bravely and vulnerably traverse the what-now with humor, sadness and a longing wish to have a deeper appreciation and longstanding compassion for Alice's 9-ounce heart and a goal to master downward dog.