NO PANTS IN TUSCON
The subversive comedy, No Pants in Tuscon, undresses the lineage of gender oppression by drawing upon blatantly bigoted U.S. state laws that made it illegal for women to wear pants in public. With a creative and producing team of women, non-binary, and transgender artists, The Anthropologists excavates historical newspaper articles, legal text, and photographic archives to unmask the real lives impacted by these archaic laws.
Ages 16 and up. During the show you will hear gunshot and explosion sound effects in one scene. Content warning: The play deals with themes of misogyny, transphobia, homophobia and the patriarchy. Warning: could induce righteous rage.
Devised & Performed by The Anthropologists (New York)
Starring April J. Barber, Nazlah Black, Mariah Freda & Kian Johnson
Written & Directed by Melissa Moschitto.
*ASL Interpreters provided by ICS