Photo Flash: First Look at Theatre Southwest's THE OLDEST PROFESSION

Theatre Southwest presents "The Oldest Profession" written by Paula Vogel, directed by David Holloway. Theatre Southwest presents this play by a winner of the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize during the 35th anniversary of this organization that has brought so many women playwrights to the forefront. The show runs October 26 - November 17. Get a first look at the show in the photos below!

The day before Reagan gets elected, five aging prostitutes lounge in New York City’s Verdi Park. It might look like a fun day out in the sun, but they are also working. As younger competition, yuppies, and gentrification start creeping into their turf, "the girls" will do whatever it takes to keep the business going, even if it means dying on the job. Filled with music and dance, Vogel's sizzling hot play is a funny and touching celebration of the oldest profession in the world.

Tickets $17, Students & Seniors $15. Reservations: theatresouthwest.org or email tickets@theatresouthwest.org or call (713) 661 9505. (Theatre Southwest is located at 8944A Clarkcrest).

Photo Flash: First Look at Theatre Southwest's THE OLDEST PROFESSION

Photo Flash: First Look at Theatre Southwest's THE OLDEST PROFESSION
Sandi Morgan, Lisa Schofield, Carolyn Montgomery, Cheryl Tanner, Mary Lou Roschbach

Photo Flash: First Look at Theatre Southwest's THE OLDEST PROFESSION
Mary Lou Roschbach, Sandi Morgan, Carolyn Montgomery, Cheryl Tanner, Lisa Schofield

Photo Flash: First Look at Theatre Southwest's THE OLDEST PROFESSION
Mary Lou Roschbach, Cheryl Tanner, Lisa Schofield, Carolyn Montgomery

Photo Flash: First Look at Theatre Southwest's THE OLDEST PROFESSION
Lisa Schofield, Cheryl Tanner

Photo Flash: First Look at Theatre Southwest's THE OLDEST PROFESSION




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