GRL PWR: A Musical History of 90s Girl Group Feminism

Salty Broad Productions
GRL PWR: A Musical History of 90s Girl Group Feminism
Intrepid Presents
  • Dates: Dec 5, 2019
  • Location: Metro Studio Theatre
  • Created: Sadie Evans & Emilee Nimetz
  • Performed: Emilee Nimetz, Ingrid Moore, Jana Morrison, Sadie Evans, Sarah Murphy
  • Advance price: $15
  • Door price: $18
  • Duration: 55mins
  • Rating: PG12+ Coarse Language
  • Genre: Feminist Musical Lecture
  • Country: Victoria, BC

Showtimes

Dec
05
Thursday
08:00 pm

Tickets

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The Fringe 2019 hit show from Salty Broad Productions returns for one night only! GRL PWR is the winner of two Pick of the Fringe Awards, Favourite Ensemble and Favourite Variety/Cabaret/Musical. 

I’ll tell you what I want — what I really really want! What I really want is — GRL PWR! The campy, historical, musical lecture of your dreams! If you’re a fan of TLC, Spice Girls, and Destiny’s Child or if you owned xxtra lowrise jeans and/or chunky platforms, or if you believe that womxn are people — this is the show for you!

Accessibility

This venue is wheelchair accessible.

About the artist/company

Based in Victoria, BC, Salty Broad Productions is a female-driven theatre company focused on immersive theatre experiences that showcase queer and female artists.

Credits

Written/ Created by Sadie Evans & Emilee Nimetz
Cast: Emilee Nimetz, Ingrid Moore, Jana Morrison, Sadie Evans, Sarah Murphy

 

Showtimes

Dec
05
Thursday
08:00 pm

Tickets

Tickets can be purchased online through Ticket Rocket

Buy Tickets

Tickets can also be purchased in person at 1050 Meares Street.

Location

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Metro Studio Theatre
1411 Quadra Street,
Victoria, BC
Phone: (250) 383-2663

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