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About the Event

Proud Mary Theatre Company, South Carolina’s first and only theatre group devoted exclusively to LGBTQ+ stories and voices, is proud to announce the Encore Engagement of our award-winning one-person show “I Am My Own Wife” by Doug Wright, March 1-6 in Spartanburg and Greenville.

Best Actor winner Dave LaPage, one of the Upstate’s top professional acting talents having appeared at Centre Stage and The Warehouse Theatre, returns in 35 roles in this fascinating true saga of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, the German transgender heroine who survived both the Nazi and Stasi regimes, ran a museum of 19th Century furniture and collectibles, and an underground gay and lesbian social club.

Proud Mary Theatre’s production of “I Am My Own Wife” (recipient of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award) won the South Carolina Theatre Association’s Awards for Best Play, Best Actor for LaPage, Best Director for Robert Fuson, and Best Scenic Design and Best Sound Design for Sandy Staggs. With Technical Director & Lighting Designer Caleb Patterson, this four-man team will take the show to Mobile, Alabama in the company’s largest performance space to date, to represent South Carolina along with 9 other Southern states at the Southeastern Theatre Conference.What: “I Am My Own Wife” by Doug Wright

When & Where: March 1-3, 2018 at 8 p.m.
West Main Artists Co-Op, 578 West Main, in Spartanburg
When & Where: Sunday, March 4 at 3 p.m.
Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 8 p.m.
  Coffee Underground, 1 E. Coffee St. in Greenville
Admission: $10



About the Organizer

The mission of the Proud Mary Theatre Company, a non-profit and non-professional theatre, is to present LGBTQ+ voices and stories in Spartanburg and the entire Upstate region of South Carolina through theatrical plays: compelling dramas, rib-tickling comedies, campy musicals, and local original works and avant-garde pieces that celebrate diversity and tolerance.