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Allison and Maria

Photo by Alison Kerr

Friday, September 14, 7pm
Monterey Peninsula College (MPC)
More details to come.

Women of Whimsy and the Mirth O Matics will again take the stage to help raise funds for YWCA Monterey County.  Following up on their successful 2011 benefit show, the Monterey Improvisers promise another evening of fun and laughs in support of a great cause.

YWCA Monterey County’s mission is to eliminate racism and empower women. We provide safe places for women and girls, build strong women leaders, and advocate for women’s rights and civil rights in Congress. Women come to us in times of crisis, as survivors of rape or domestic violence. They come for job training and career counseling. They come for a variety of reasons. But they come. And they leave with a renewed spirit, new skills, and stronger lives.


It’s February…And The Last Friday of the Month Approaches


Photo by Alison Kerr

Women of Whimsy  Get Set To Perform

Friday, Feb. 24


The Alternative Café

1230 Fremont Ave.


General Admission: $12  (Students $2 Off)

We hope to see you there!


Tickets Available At The Door Starting 7pm

Info:  831 394 3031


Cast Member Intro


Pat Rutowski

Photo by Chunyi McKiver


Pat’s love of stage began in the 4th grade, when cast as a sorcerer she had to recite: “When king is queen, and queen is king, When backward forward prince is seen, When all shall be as I have spoken, Then shall the wicked spell be broken.” Thus the spell of a fourth grade acting career was broken, freeing Pat to get a life which is now under the spell of whimsical improvising with Women Of Whimsy. When not spellbound by improv, Pat serves as the Director Of Educational Services at Community Hospital Of Monterey Peninsula (CHOMP) and volunteers at Pacific Grove’s library and museum. Pat is also spellbound by the spectacular, natural beauty of the Monterey Peninsula. She surrenders to this spell by romping in the hills of Carmel Valley, and frolicking in the waves at Asilomar. However due to metaphysical limitations, romping and frolicking occur on separate occasions.