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spring 2017 Show: The Space Between


Penn Monologues presents: The Space Between on April 14 & 15 at 6PM and April 16 at 2PM in ARCH Auditorium. Doors open 15 minutes before the show.

Penn Monologues presents its spring 2017 production, The Space Between. Why this theme? Distance- whether physical, mental, emotional, or even temporal- is something all of us have to deal with. Some of us are trying close the gap, others are trying to create more space, and some are just contemplating said space and trying to make sense of it. Come join Penn Monologues for a night of honest vulnerability as we try to figure it out. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you defintely won't regret it. 

Tickets:
You can get tickets on the walk beginning Tuesday 04/11 between 11AM-3PM – cash and venmo accepted. Tickets can also be purchased at the door the day of the show or reserved ahead of time for will-call here- http://bit.ly/2onliJz

$5 in advance. 
$7 at the door.

All proceeds will be donated to Galaei, a queer Latin@ social justice organization. www.galaei.org

Featuring:
Frances Patano (2017)
Langston MacDiarmid (2017)
Savannah Lambert (2018)
Emily Rush (2019)
Dayana Mustak (2017)
James Lovey (2017)
Jacquelyn He (2017)
Ryan Hall (2017)
Dionysia Sotiropoulou (2017)
and more! 

Email questions to penn.monologues@gmail.com.

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spring 2017 Show: The Space Between


Penn Monologues presents: The Space Between on April 14 & 15 at 6PM and April 16 at 2PM in ARCH Auditorium. Doors open 15 minutes before the show.

Penn Monologues presents its spring 2017 production, The Space Between. Why this theme? Distance- whether physical, mental, emotional, or even temporal- is something all of us have to deal with. Some of us are trying close the gap, others are trying to create more space, and some are just contemplating said space and trying to make sense of it. Come join Penn Monologues for a night of honest vulnerability as we try to figure it out. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you defintely won't regret it. 

Tickets:
You can get tickets on the walk beginning Tuesday 04/11 between 11AM-3PM – cash and venmo accepted. Tickets can also be purchased at the door the day of the show or reserved ahead of time for will-call here- http://bit.ly/2onliJz

$5 in advance. 
$7 at the door.

All proceeds will be donated to Galaei, a queer Latin@ social justice organization. www.galaei.org

Featuring:
Frances Patano (2017)
Langston MacDiarmid (2017)
Savannah Lambert (2018)
Emily Rush (2019)
Dayana Mustak (2017)
James Lovey (2017)
Jacquelyn He (2017)
Ryan Hall (2017)
Dionysia Sotiropoulou (2017)
and more! 

Email questions to penn.monologues@gmail.com.

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Penn Monologues


Penn Monologues is an annual student-run production dedicated to fostering challenging & engaging dialogue.

Penn Monologues


Penn Monologues is an annual student-run production dedicated to fostering challenging & engaging dialogue.

About


We are an annual production at the University of Pennsylvania that is written and performed entirely by members of our community. Our stories provide insight into the issues most relevant to our community and explore personal experience, including issues of race, gender, sexuality and other aspects of our identities.

At its core, Penn Monologues believes in the equality of all individuals, disclosure as a means of connecting through truth, and the end of violence. Our stories represent the great narrative of our collective experience, and Penn Monologues will remain committed to its goal of fostering necessary dialogue across Penn's campus.

Penn Monologues is proud to have the support of Penn Women's Center, its affiliates, and the greater Penn and Philadelphia community. 

About


We are an annual production at the University of Pennsylvania that is written and performed entirely by members of our community. Our stories provide insight into the issues most relevant to our community and explore personal experience, including issues of race, gender, sexuality and other aspects of our identities.

At its core, Penn Monologues believes in the equality of all individuals, disclosure as a means of connecting through truth, and the end of violence. Our stories represent the great narrative of our collective experience, and Penn Monologues will remain committed to its goal of fostering necessary dialogue across Penn's campus.

Penn Monologues is proud to have the support of Penn Women's Center, its affiliates, and the greater Penn and Philadelphia community. 

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THank you to our sponsors


Penn Monologues is supported by a generous endowment gift from Penn Alum Robin Weinberg (C'91)

THank you to our sponsors


Penn Monologues is supported by a generous endowment gift from Penn Alum Robin Weinberg (C'91)