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She Was A Conquistawhore

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Photo by Ashley Smith, Wide Eye Studio

Thursday, June 6 at 9pm
Saturday, June 8 at 9pm

In the Jungle Room at the Mercury Cafe

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Click here to send a poor cowboi some travel funds to help me get my horses across the country with Die-Cast Collective

Legend has it The Conquistawhore drinks her weight in whiskey, brawls her own vagina because her vagina...well, he makes terrible decisions. Together, they roam the Wild West looking for a quick hookup or maybe some transformational healing. Their trials and tribulations weave together a legend. A story of manifest destiny. A divine calling to take the land back, one cis-white man at a time. But they discover it’s hard to move forward when you’re stuck in the past.

An absurd, radical, and deeply personal exploration of gender identity, intergenerational trauma, and healing. She Was A Conquistawhore takes audiences into a world where the Wild West is a wild night out,  where humor is the best tool to examine wounds, and where sometimes vaginas grow up to be cowboys.

But wait - there's more!
Conquistawhore hits Studio 34 in West Philly at the end of June!

Did you miss the Philly run during last year's Cannonball Festival?! Well, you're in luck cause this cowboy is making a hometown show happen featuring some other cowboi friends.

Saturday, June 29 at 8pm
Sunday, June 30 at 8pm

Tickets $10-$20


Photo by Rosie Simmons

This show would not be possible without the incredible Conquistawhore Creative Team: Cat Ramirez (Director), Chris Sannino (Music & Sound), Sara Outing (Horse Sourcery), and Die-Cast Collective (Creative-Touring-Producing-Artistry-Experiments Partner).

And the developmental support of: Plays and Players Theatre, Theatre Philadelphia, and The Cannonball Festival!

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