Rosie the Riveter at Glendale Arizona Pub

The only time I’ve ever found myself wanting to be in Glendale Arizona (not offense to the fine folks of Arizona, but it’s a bit too hot for me during most of the summer) is NOW …  well June 16-18 or June 23-24 to catch a performance of “After Hours at Rosie’s Pub” at the Brelby Theater Company.
11942216_10101188231491638_1988549270284709667_o-689x1024 Written by the Brelby Company Women (Shelby Maticic, Carolyn McBurney, Megan O’Connor, Mia Passarella, Melody Chrispen, Jessie Tully & April Rideout), “After Hours at Rosie’s Pub” features Rosie as a bar keep.  From the theater website:

After the lights have dimmed, and the early crowd has left the scene, Rosie’s Pub is frequented by a medley of female revolutionaries from throughout history. As they take the stage for an unconventional open mic night, they tell their stories through song, poetry, and narratives. Their individual histories weave together, and allow them to pose questions about today’s world. Its history like you’ve never heard it before, and these women have a lot to say.

Performance Dates: June 16-18, 23-24 @ 7:30 pm, June 18-19, 25 @ 2 pm

It sounds like a not only a fun show, but a good intro to a lot of historical woman.

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About Jennifer Simpson

Writer, marketing consultant, community builder and teacher. Director of DimeStories International, where authors share their 3-minute stories at open mic events and online. Publisher and editor of the I WRITE BECAUSE project. Find out more at http://JenniferSimpsonWriter.com
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