YWCA Partners With CSC for Love, Loss and What I Wore
The Charleston Stage Company is tickled pink, or at least basic black, to announce that the Charleston YWCA will be our dance partners for the best show about women’s clothes, and women’s lives to come to town all year.
“It’s nice to know we have sister organizations that we can always turn to,” says CSC Company Manager Freida Forsley. “The Charleston YWCA is a great group. They serve thousands of people each year, and they’ve been doing great work for a century.”
The partnership will include a fundraiser for CSC and the YWCA’s Sojourner’s shelter, the last night of the show’s run.
Love, Loss and What I Wore is Nora and Delia Ephron’s play about the world’s most important topics – unfortunate prom dresses, disorganized purses and the existential crisis that comes from not having anything to wear. On the way in classic Ephron style, this compelling and poignant collection of monologues and ensemble pieces touch on relationships, mothers, and even breast cancer. The award-winning show was a huge international hit, and ran for two and a half years at New York’s Westside Theater.
CHARLESTON STAGE COMPANY PRESENTS Love, Loss and What I Wore at the WVSU Capitol Center Theater (123 Summers Street) April 4th – 6th & April 11th – 13th. Tickets are $15 for Adults, $10 for Students and Seniors. Tickets will be $25 for the April 13th performance only as part of a special fundraiser. Call the box office at 304-343-5272 or find out more online at CharlestonStageCompany.com. Find us on Facebook or on Twitter @ChasStageCo.