Simple Machine + Maiden Phoenix Theatre Company

Pants Role Nation

June 7, 2017, 7:30 PM
The Rockwell

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Who wear the pants? GIRLS.

From Simple Machine + Maiden Phoenix Theatre Company

Pants Role (noun): A role in which an actress appears in male clothing, doing a better job than a man could, and frickin’ killing it, being the boss, and showing off her legs while she’s at it.

For one night only, on June 7 at 7:30 pm, Simple Machine and Maiden Phoenix Theatre Company present an ovaries-to-the-wall Variety-Show Fundraiser, featuring Boston’s finest leading ladies. They’ll take the stage at The Rockwell in Davis Square and offer up songs, scenes, and speeches originally written for men, all to support this fall’s production of OR, by Liz Duffy Adams.

Performers include Leigh Barrett, Anne Gottlieb, Christine Hamel, Maureen Keiller, singer-songwriter Jennifer Greer, and many more. The evening’s entertainment will be hosted by Maiden Phoneix’s own Alyce Householter and podcaster and self-described social media bon vivant, Margaret H. Willison.


  • $15–$20


The Rockwell
255 Elm Street, Somerville