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The last date listed for 3 Mo' Divas! was Tuesday August 8, 2006 / 7:30pm.
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Pioneering theater company Arena Stage kicks off its 65th season of showcasing works from the Americas with the world premiere of The Shoplifters, a highly anticipated comedy from contemporary Canadian playwright Morris Panych. Senior citizen Alma -- a career shoplifter played by Tony nominee Jayne Houdyshell, in her DC debut -- has her life of petty crime interrupted by a battle of wills with an overzealous security guard. A cast of oddball characters, played by Helen Hayes Award winner Jenna Sokolowski along with local favorites Adi Stein (Theater J's Body Awareness) and Delaney Williams (HBO's The Wire, Arena Stage's A View From the Bridge), round out the cast in this sharp new satire. Learn More
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Created/Directed/Choreographed by Marion J. Caffey
Musical Supervision/Arrangements/Orchestrations by Joseph Joubert
From the director of Arena Stage’s 2005 summer revival of Crowns and creator of the international sensation Three Mo’ Tenors comes a new musical celebration with class, sass and feminine style. This new version – created specifically for Arena Stage – features three musical stars singing some of the most inspiring and challenging music ever written for the female voice. Supported by six musicians, 3 Mo’ Divas!, a 2004 Los Angeles Times’ Critics Choice, spans seven musical forms and features 400 years of music in a single evening – everything a music lover could want, from Puccini to Cole Porter, Gershwin to Cab Calloway, Ellington to The Supremes.
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