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HANGRY – a one woman performance and hilarious exploration of the ways in which women learn to shrink

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Date(s) - 01/26/2018 - 01/27/2018
3:00 pm

Realta Salon

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HANGRY – a one woman performance and hilarious exploration of the ways in which women learn to shrink

Please join us for my one woman performance to protest misogyny and empower women to take up space!
HANGRY! is a hilarious exploration of the ways in which women learn to shrink. 
HANGRY! Will be performed in Asheville NC as a part of the Asheville Fringe Arts Festival on Jan. 26 & 27 at 3pm in the Realta Salon.  The piece is short and sweet and includes images of women all over the country taking up space. 
  • Realta Salon
  •  (757) 589-1508
  •  12 Wall St, Asheville, NC 28801
About McKinley
McKinley is a Portland based actress, singer, teacher, and social activist. She holds a BFA in musical theatre from Emory & Henry College and has performed in many venues across the east and west coast. As an artists she strives to open her heart so that maybe, just maybe, audience members will open theirs with her. When she isn’t creating she can be found in her sweatpants eating pasta and plotting her feminist agenda.  For more informaiton:  The Hangry Show/Weebly

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