EVENTS

02/08/2020

"The Pocketbook Monologues" Theatrical Event

7pm - 10pm

Industry RiNo Station

Event Details

02/08/2020

"The Pocketbook Monologues" Theatrical Event

**FEATURED ON SEASON 2 OF RHOA**
Based on the wildly popular book by renowned author Sharon K. McGhee, The Pocketbook Monologues explores the term, “pocketbook,” which was used by many older African-American women when the subject of sexuality was discussed privately.

Inspired by Sheryl Lee Ralph’s, Sometimes I Cry and following the blueprint established by Eve Ensler, author Sharon K. McGhee keeps the woman-of-color female perspective front and center.

The Pocketbook Monologues started a movement with a mission of empowering and entertaining women of color about HIV/Aids, and the adaptation of the content to theatrical form continues that mission.

02/08 - 02/09 @ 7pm
02/15 - 02/16 @ 7pm
03/07 - 03/08 @ 7pm
03/14 - 03/15 @ 7pm
Doors open at 6:00pm

PARKING: There is a paid parking garage directly in front of the building. Free street parking available first come first served.

Drinks and hors d’oeuvres served! 

7pm - 10pm

Industry RiNo Station

02/09/2020

"The Pocketbook Monologues" Theatrical Event

7pm - 10pm

Industry RiNo Station

Event Details

02/09/2020

"The Pocketbook Monologues" Theatrical Event

**FEATURED ON SEASON 2 OF RHOA**
Based on the wildly popular book by renowned author Sharon K. McGhee,  The Pocketbook Monologues explores the term, “pocketbook,” which was  used by many older African-American women when the subject of sexuality  was discussed privately.
 

Inspired by Sheryl Lee Ralph’s,  Sometimes I Cry and following the blueprint established by Eve Ensler,  author Sharon K. McGhee keeps the woman-of-color female perspective  front and center.
 

The Pocketbook Monologues  started a movement with a mission of empowering and entertaining women  of color about HIV/Aids, and the adaptation of the content to theatrical  form continues that mission.
 

02/08 - 02/09 @ 7pm
02/15 - 02/16 @ 7pm
03/07 - 03/08 @ 7pm
03/14 - 03/15 @ 7pm
Doors open at 6:00pm
 

PARKING: There is a paid  parking garage directly in front of the building. Free street parking  available first come first served.
 

Drinks and hors d’oeuvres served! We invite you to listen to live bands play beautiful music in the park. Enjoy the sounds of Laureen Davis and the Kings, and enjoy wine tastings hosted by 5th Ave Wines and Spirits.

7pm - 10pm

Industry RiNo Station

02/15/2020

"The Pocketbook Monologues" Theatrical Event

7pm - 10pm

Industry RiNo Station

Event Details

02/15/2020

"The Pocketbook Monologues" Theatrical Event

**FEATURED ON SEASON 2 OF RHOA**
Based on the wildly popular book by renowned author Sharon K. McGhee,  The Pocketbook Monologues explores the term, “pocketbook,” which was  used by many older African-American women when the subject of sexuality  was discussed privately.
Inspired by Sheryl Lee Ralph’s,  Sometimes I Cry and following the blueprint established by Eve Ensler,  author Sharon K. McGhee keeps the woman-of-color female perspective  front and center.
The Pocketbook Monologues  started a movement with a mission of empowering and entertaining women  of color about HIV/Aids, and the adaptation of the content to theatrical  form continues that mission.
02/08 - 02/09 @ 7pm
02/15 - 02/16 @ 7pm
03/07 - 03/08 @ 7pm
03/14 - 03/15 @ 7pm
Doors open at 6:00pm
PARKING: There is a paid  parking garage directly in front of the building. Free street parking  available first come first served.
Drinks and hors d’oeuvres served! We invite you to listen to live bands play beautiful music in the park. Enjoy the sounds of Laureen Davis and the Kings, and enjoy wine tastings hosted by 5th Ave Wines and Spirits.

**FEATURED ON SEASON 2 OF RHOA**
Based on the wildly popular book by renowned author Sharon K. McGhee,  The Pocketbook Monologues explores the term, “pocketbook,” which was  used by many older African-American women when the subject of sexuality  was discussed privately.
 

Inspired by Sheryl Lee Ralph’s,  Sometimes I Cry and following the blueprint established by Eve Ensler,  author Sharon K. McGhee keeps the woman-of-color female perspective  front and center.
 

The Pocketbook Monologues  started a movement with a mission of empowering and entertaining women  of color about HIV/Aids, and the adaptation of the content to theatrical  form continues that mission.
 

02/08 - 02/09 @ 7pm
02/15 - 02/16 @ 7pm
03/07 - 03/08 @ 7pm
03/14 - 03/15 @ 7pm
Doors open at 6:00pm
 

PARKING: There is a paid  parking garage directly in front of the building. Free street parking  available first come first served.
 

Drinks and hors d’oeuvres served! We invite you to listen to live bands play beautiful music in the park. Enjoy the sounds of Laureen Davis and the Kings, and enjoy wine tastings hosted by 5th Ave Wines and Spirits.

7pm - 10pm

Industry RiNo Station

02/16/2020

"The Pocketbook Monologues" Theatrical Event

7pm - 10pm

Industry RiNo Station

Event Details

02/16/2020

"The Pocketbook Monologues" Theatrical Event

**FEATURED ON SEASON 2 OF RHOA**
Based on the wildly popular book by renowned author Sharon K. McGhee,  The Pocketbook Monologues explores the term, “pocketbook,” which was  used by many older African-American women when the subject of sexuality  was discussed privately.
 

Inspired by Sheryl Lee Ralph’s,  Sometimes I Cry and following the blueprint established by Eve Ensler,  author Sharon K. McGhee keeps the woman-of-color female perspective  front and center.
 

The Pocketbook Monologues  started a movement with a mission of empowering and entertaining women  of color about HIV/Aids, and the adaptation of the content to theatrical  form continues that mission.
 

02/08 - 02/09 @ 7pm
02/15 - 02/16 @ 7pm
03/07 - 03/08 @ 7pm
03/14 - 03/15 @ 7pm
Doors open at 6:00pm
 

PARKING: There is a paid  parking garage directly in front of the building. Free street parking  available first come first served.
 

Drinks and hors d’oeuvres served! 

7pm - 10pm

Industry RiNo Station

03/07/2020

"The Pocketbook Monologues" Theatrical Event

7pm - 10pm

Industry RiNo Station

Event Details

03/07/2020

"The Pocketbook Monologues" Theatrical Event

**FEATURED ON SEASON 2 OF RHOA**
Based on the wildly popular book by renowned author Sharon K. McGhee,  The Pocketbook Monologues explores the term, “pocketbook,” which was  used by many older African-American women when the subject of sexuality  was discussed privately.
 

Inspired by Sheryl Lee Ralph’s,  Sometimes I Cry and following the blueprint established by Eve Ensler,  author Sharon K. McGhee keeps the woman-of-color female perspective  front and center.
 

The Pocketbook Monologues  started a movement with a mission of empowering and entertaining women  of color about HIV/Aids, and the adaptation of the content to theatrical  form continues that mission.
 

02/08 - 02/09 @ 7pm
02/15 - 02/16 @ 7pm
03/07 - 03/08 @ 7pm
03/14 - 03/15 @ 7pm
Doors open at 6:00pm
 

PARKING: There is a paid  parking garage directly in front of the building. Free street parking  available first come first served.
 

Drinks and hors d’oeuvres served! 

7pm - 10pm

Industry RiNo Station

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