THE VAGRANT by Brett Hursey
w/ POST-SHOW TALK-BACK w/ panel & playwright

Sun, Nov 10, 2019 at 4pm

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  • indygive
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  • homelessness
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The Vagrant is the second show of Season Six and is presented by Funky Little Theater Company and Ascending to Health Respite Care and a few of the performances will benefit Funky's IndyGive campaign. ATHRC will be present at every performance.

The Vagrant is a story about Lenny, a down on his luck homeless, surviving on the streets of NY. He encounters two up and coming stockbrokers and he offers some of his insight to the retail habits of the everyday New Yorker. Lenny has a friend Maggie who needs a little more help than the streets can offer. Throw in a caseworker trying her best to help those in need and a sweet, neurotic hot dog vendor, and we have all the ingredients for a look into the life of The Vagrant.

Friday/Saturday/Sunday, $19***
Friday/Saturday/Sunday Military/Educator/First Responder, $15
Thursday, suggested donation of $15 to (at the door or proof of donation) Reserve a free ticket online BUT admission to the show is proof of donation.
Student Rush: $5 (waitlist starts when box office opens and will be released 5 minutes before curtain with a valid college or high school ID)
***BEER & CHEESE NIGHT, Saturday, Nov 23 is the exception. A suggested donation of $45 to Funky's IndyGive Campaign. Beer & Cheese Night is made possible with donations from The Cheese Haus and Bristol Brewing Company.

POST-SHOW TALK-BACK: Sunday, November 10 @ 4pm. Panel includes professionals and mental health experts from Ascending to Health Respite Care, The Springs Rescue Mission, our playwright Brett Hursey and our cast.

The Vagrant features the local talents of Nicholas Remy, Phil Byford, Charlotte Kwong, Ben Rosko, Karen Anderson, and Catherine Cotton-McGuire.



Funky Little Theater Company

1367 Pecan Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80904`

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