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24 Star Starred
Black Theatre Troupe
1333 E Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85034
602-258-8129
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13 events
5 reviews
0 stars
getting to this theatre is a little tricky, when traveling on Washington take a left on 14th st and immediately turn right on the little frontage rd
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"The Boob Show"
13 ratings
4.5 average rating
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6 events
5 reviews
4 stars
attended Jul 20 2014

Great show! Touching and funny and "uplifting"!

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23 reviews
20 stars
attended Jul 20 2014

This just didn't resonate with me, a repeated bit about all the different names for breasts was tiresome, a lot of pathos about breast cancer and survivors..even a song about a mammogram, it was a "bust" in my opinion. others might like it.

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azdramamom
18 events
3 reviews
1 stars
attended Jul 20 2014

Every woman out there should see this, men would enjoy it too. This one woman show, plus an amazing piano guy, was written based on personal experience. Monologues and songs that were done perfectly. A must see.

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Description

Performed by Sally Jo Bannow and Craig Bohmler
Book and Lyrics by Sally Jo Bannow
Music by Sally Jo Bannow and Craig Bohmler

Sally Jo Bannow has a passion for the creative. She has a laundry list of interests; professional acting and singing, voice overs, film, TV, directing, writing plays, dancing, composing music and lyrics, improvisational acting, yoga, gardening, massage therapy, being mom to a teenaged boy and three Wheaten Terriers, and more. Through her life experiences, Sally Jo has come to the conclusion that, besides our loved ones, the most important elements to keep close to the vest are creativity, music and a sense of humor. Those components come together today in her original piece, The Boob Show.
The Boob Show is a work in progress. What you will see today is part of the entire production. Breasts have become such a big deal in our culture that it’s impossible to tackle the subject in a mere 45 minutes! With typical Bannow humor, we will look at the world of breasts in new and different ways, always with heart and creative passion.