On Thursday, December 9th 12 female senators attended the opening night performance of The Second City’s A Girl’s Guide to Washington Politics at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company.
The following Senators were in attendance:
Senator Claire McCaskill (D, Missouri)
Senator Olympia Snowe (R, Maine)
Senator Blanche Lincoln (D, Arkansas)
Senator Maria E. Cantwell (D, Washington)
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D, California)
Senator Barbara Mikulski (D, Maryland)
Senator Debbie Stabenow (D, Michigan)
Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D, New Hampshire)
Senator Susan Collins (R, Maine)
Senator Kay Hagan (D, North Carolina)
Senator Amy Klobuchar (D, Minnesota)
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R, Alaska)
Following the success of Barack Stars: The Wrath of Rahm, Second City returns to Woolly for a riotous take on the most influential, powerful, and polarizing women in politics. A Girl’s Guide to Washington Politics runs through January 9, 2011; Tuesdays – Thursdays at 8pm, Fridays at 7pm & 10pm, Saturdays at 3pm & 8pm, and Sundays at 3pm & 7pm.
A Girl’s Guide to Washington Politics runs December 8, 2010 – January 9, 2011; Tuesdays – Thursdays at 8pm, Fridays at 7pm & 10pm, Saturdays at 3pm & 8pm, and Sundays at 3pm & 7pm. There are no performances on December 24th & 25th, and no performance on January 8th at 8pm. There will be a special New Years Eve performance on Friday, December 31st that will begin at 9:30pm.
Tickets for A Girl’s Guide to Washington Politics start at $30, and can be purchased through the Woolly Mammoth Box Office at 202-393-3939, online at www.woollymammoth.net, or in person at 641 D Street, NW (7th & D). For directions and parking information, please visit WoollyMammoth.net.
Now in its 31st Season, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company continues to hold its place at the leading edge of American theatre. Acknowledged as “the hottest theatre company in town” (The Washington Post), “known for its productions of innovative new plays” (The New York Times), Woolly Mammoth is a national leader in the development of new plays, and one of the best known and most influential mid-sized theatres in America.
For more information, visit WoollyMammoth.net