Join the Dickson Street Divas and NWA Equality program partner TheatreSquared as we fundraise for the Queer community and celebrate the ladies of Designing Women and the dialogue these strong southern women sparked that provided a spotlight for the oppressed, a voice for women’s rights, and helped empower the LGBTQ community.
Join Dickson Street Divas Maddy Morphosis, Dixie Love, Brooklyn Bisette, Taylor Madison Monroe, musicians from the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas, and NWA Equality program partner TheatreSquared as we celebrate the ladies of Designing Women!
With southern style and grace, this bold and ballsy foursome sparked a dialogue that provided a spotlight for the oppressed, a voice for women’s rights, and helped empower the LGBTQ community. These conversations remain relevant and continue to resonate 35 years later, as does the legacy of the strong southern women of Sugarbaker & Associates.
Specialty cocktails created by Maxine’s Tap Room begin at 4:00 p.m. An elegant dinner with a served southern buffet catered by IDK Cafe at 5:00, with our program and show to follow. All cocktails, beer, and wine are included with each ticket.
Reservations are available in mixed seating and single table blocks of eight. Please make reservations through our Stubs box office by Thursday, September 9th.
100% of the proceeds benefit the LGBTQ charitable activities of Northwest Arkansas Equality, Inc.
Fayetteville ordinance requires all guests to wear masks when not consuming food or drink while at the Fayetteville Public Library. Staging, production, and tables are configured using CDC guidelines. Ticketholders must confirm that all members in their party are fully vaccinated.
The WORLD PREMIERE of the Designing Women play, written by Ozarks native and sitcom creator Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, brings Julia, Suzanne, Mary Jo, and Charlene to life in our current age. This timely, whip-smart and hilarious new Southern comedy is set to take the theatre world by storm and makes its debut at Fayetteville’s very own TheatreSquared, September 22nd through October 24th. Tickets are available at theatre2.org.