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"Breakfast Epiphanies"
Working title, "Unoriginal Sin"

A Richmond Performing Arts Collective Production

Friday and Saturday, June 15-16
and Thursday-Sunday, June 21, 22, 23

9:00 PM - $5.00

Written & Performed by Betzi Hekman
Directed by Matthew Didner


30 May 2001
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Betzi Hekman (804)750-2497

"Breakfast Epiphanies" opening at Artspace


The Richmond Performing Arts Collective is proud to announce the openlng of their production "Breakfast Epiphanies," a one-woman show created and performed by Betzi Hekman. "Breakfast Epiphanies," directed by Matthew Didner, explores one woman's tale of rape and its aftermath. What happens to the Anything-But-Girl is anything but normal. The Anything-But-Girl's dance with obsession, fairy-tale rornances, and a wedding gone awry will keep audiences alike glued to their seat.

"She looked normal on the outside but inside she was a whirlwind of emotions. A hurricane brewed in her stomach and a tornado threatened to explode in her mouth, leaving the debris of relationships past getting stuck in her teeth."

The Richmond Performing Arts Collective, founded in 1997 by Artistic Directors Matthew Didner (Theater) and Ruth Naomi Feinblum (Dance), is a Not-For-Profit Organization as recognized by the IRS code 501(c)(3) and fully incorporated within the Commonwealth of Virginia. RPAC's mission is to further the education and experience of young writers, directors, choreographers and performers by providing the opportunity to create and perform in innovative new works in an environment conducive to experimentation. Some of RPAC's original theater productions are as follows: "Some Kind of Pink Breakfast," "N.O.W. no one's winning," "Irrational Tangos," and "Thandiwe's Dream."

"Breakfast Epiphanies" will run Friday-Saturday, June 15th-June 16th, and Thursday-Saturday, June 21st-23rd, at 9 PM at Artspace at 6 East Broad, at Broad and Foushee. Tickets are $5 dollars. For further information and reservations call the Richmond Performing Arts Collective at (804) 359-7552.


June Gallery Exhibitions:

  • "The Heroes In Us" - Photographic Collages by The Young Artists of Blackwell and Whitcomb

    Contemporary Color Photography

  • "David Bremer" - Documentary photographs of Richmond's Flood Wall -- Helena Davis Gallery
  • "Hil Scott" - Computer manipulated color photography -- Main Gallery
  • "Alan Entin" - Black & white and color photographs of Paris taken with a "Toy" plastic camera, a Holga -- Skylight Gallery

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