Mz. Pat’s House is a fictional story based on real life characters.
Set in a high class 1930’s brothel in a Midwestern City during the Great Depression, when money was funny, jobs was mo’ fragile than tissue paper, and housing became an adult game of hide and seek. Mz. Pat’s house was a safe-haven and political asylum for anyone who was disenfranchised: women fleeing domestic violence, gay and queer folks, and well known gangsters on the run.
Jovelyn Richards portrays distinctive, colorful characters that sparkle and jump to life on stage, accompanied with live jazz and southern blues music.