On September 24th, The Front Porch will host Conspire Theatre, the Gina Chavez Trio, and Rain Collectors for an evening of performance and discussion. Proceeds will benefit Conspire Theatre’s work with formerly incarcerated women.
Thursday, September 24th from 7 to 9 p.m.
All Saints’ Episcopal Church
209 W. 27th Street
Austin, TX 78705
The Front Porch will present an evening of fun, music, and performance benefitting Conspire Theatre’s ongoing work with formerly incarcerated women. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., so come early to grab a drink and mingle, then enjoy music from The Gina Chavez Trio and Rain Collectors, an excerpt from Conspire Theatre’s new play, “Mothers & Daughters,” and a discussion with the artists.
All proceeds support the development of Conspire Theatre’s 2016 production of their new play, “Mothers & Daughters.” Created and performed by an ensemble of Austin women who have experienced jail or prison, “Mothers & Daughters” uses interviews, movement, photography and storytelling to explore the effects of incarceration on mothers and families in Central Texas. Our productions provide a forum for formerly incarcerated women to discuss and analyze their experiences in a supportive, positive, and collaborative environment. We seek to reduce stigma, foster greater openness in the community, and educate the public about the effects of incarceration on women and their families.
* $15-20 suggested donation; $10 student/senior tickets available. Space permitting, nobody will be turned away based on ability to pay.
* Purchase online or at the door. Seating is limited. Purchasing tickets in advance is recommended.
* Conspire Theatre is a 501(c)3 non-profit, so ticket purchases and other contributions towards our work with women affected by incarceration are tax-deductible.
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About The Front Porch
The Front Porch has always had a fascination with music and its ability to bring people together and communicate across social, racial, gender, and linguistic divides. The organization has brought some of central Texas’ finest musicians into the visually and acoustically stunning space of All Saints’ Episcopal Church for an experience that is uniquely intimate and interactive for both artists and audience.
About Gina Chavez
Gina Chavez, Austin’s 2015 Musician of the Year, is a bilingual Latin-folk singer/songwriter who blends the sounds of the Americas with tension and grace. Her latest independent release, Up.Rooted (2015 Austin Album of the Year), is a passionate collection of bilingual songs traversing cumbia, bossa nova, vintage pop, reggaeton, and folk combined with dynamic vocals and sharp social commentary.
About Rain Collectors
Rain Collectors is made up of Austin natives Santiago Dietche and Blair Robbins, who describe their style as cloudy pop. Influences include Elliott Smith, Rufus Wainwright, and Regina Spektor. Their newest album, Lock the Door, was released August 2015 and is available for download on Bandcamp.com.
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