The Winner of Free Tickets to ‘The Night Watcher’ at The Studio Theatre Is…

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The winner of a pair of tickets to The Studio Theatre’s Production of 
The Night Watcher Is…
Rosa-Shoshana N. Mintz-Urquhart

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THE NIGHT WATCHER
Written and Performed by Charlayne Woodard
Directed by Bart DeLorenzo

Two-time Obie Award winner and Tony Award nominee Charlayne Woodard fuses ten vignettes of non-parental guidance into a radiant tour de force.

Motherhood eluded Charlayne Woodard, but as a godmother, aunt, confidant, and mentor, countless children have enhanced—and sometimes rattled—her life. With exuberance and grace, two-time Obie Award winner and Tony Award nominee Woodard fuses ten vignettes of non-parental guidance into a radiant tour de force.

Charlayne Woodard IN 'The Night Watcher.'
Charlayne Woodard in ‘The Night Watcher.’

AT:
The Studio Theatre
1501 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005

NIGHT WATCHER BANNER


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