These tickets are $45. The show closes May 14th. These tickets can be purchased through Astraea by calling our office at 212-529-8021 any time during business hours 10am-6pm. These tickets will not be offered through our website. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Special Thanks to Theater-goers!
Sincere thanks for your support for Astraea’s benefit night with Marga Gomez’ Los Big Names on Monday April, 24th! The entire evening proved to be as fun and entertaining as we know Marga to be! We had a great time during the reception meeting and chatting with you and Marga (up close and personal) on such a warm and lovely night in the Theater district! What a great, casual way to boost our spirits on a Monday!
Again, thank you for joining us, and please let someone know about the show and Astraea’s tickets.
Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice
Is proud to present one night of Marga Gomez’
new one-woman show
Los Big Names
A special benefit performance and reception
with dynamo Marga Gomez!
Monday, April 24, 2006 8pm
At The 47th Street Theater, 304 West 47th Street
For one night only, proceeds raised from ticket sales will benefit Astraea’s grantmaking programs that help lesbians and allied communities challenge oppression and claim their human rights.
Tickets are $60.
Receive special rate with group purchase
of 4 or more tickets for $50 each!
You must purchase tickets in advance
directly through Astraea’s website or call
Candace at 212-529-8021 x14
before Sunday April 23, 2006.
As America’s most versatile Lesbian playwright and performer, Marga Gomez, stars in Los Big Names; an autobiographical tale that showcases her signature blend of humorous storytelling, spirited physicality, and emotional muscle. Los Big Names is set in two eras: the New York Latin show business world of the ’60s and Hollywood of the ’90s. It follows the lives of an unconventional Latino family of three pursuing their dreams of fame and fortune. For 90 minutes, Ms. Gomez portrays her mom, dad, the bodega busybody, Queen Latifah, Kathleen Turner and all of the vivid characters in this wild but true tale interweaving a moving family saga with an all-out skewering of celebrity.