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  • 05 Nov 2015 8:00 PM | Laura Shamas

    "The Cumin Guard," produced as part of the "Around the World in Eight Plays International Short Play Festival," Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga. An American reporter investigates the aftermath of a protest in Cairo, with the help of 2 Egyptian women. Director: Tenika Dye. Playwright: Laura Shamas

  • 29 Oct 2015 1:30 PM | Laura Shamas

    Reading of "Lucky in Hollywood," by Laura Shamas. Lark Theatre, New York. A Native American family and a "Hollywood" family find their lives intertwine for generations, with surprising ramifications, spanning from 1943 - 2024. Director: Tiffany Nichole Greene. 

  • 07 Oct 2015 10:12 AM | Mary Spletter

    Ross Valley Players presents Arches, Balance and Light as part of its new play development program over three weekends, February 19 to March 9, Marin Art and Garden Center, Ross, CA. Tickets $20.

    Using fact and fiction, the playwright follows Julia Morgan as she looks back over her  amazing and prolific life to decide whether she would have done anything differently.  

  • 05 Oct 2015 11:29 AM | Andrea Markowitz

    The Baltimore Playwrights Festival's evening of "Fresh Voices-New Plays" will read a scene from "Feeding the Furies," a play in which aspirations run amok when Ruthie and Marty Furie set out to live the 1960s American Dream that glorifies upward mobility, domineering husbands, and obedient wives and children. Tickets are free and available at Location: the Vagabond Players, Inc. Baltimore, MD. 

  • 26 Sep 2015 6:00 PM | Penny Jackson

    A drama about racism and forgiveness in Boston during the turbulent era of forced integration. Twelve-year-old Patty, an Irish-American girl, has a new best friend, Louise from Jamaica. Patty adores Louise and ignores her family’s warnings against their friendship. Inevitably, violence occurs, and Patty must grapple with the aftermath decades later. Director: Joan Kane. Playwright: Penny Jackson. Stage Manager: Bruce A! Kraemer. Recommended for: all audiences. 

    2015 United Solo is the world’s largest solo theatre festival, currently in its 6th season. All shows are staged at Theatre Row410 West 42nd Street, New York City. TICKETS, with a price of $19.25 (including a $1.25 theatre restoration charge) are available at the Theatre Row Box Office and online through Telecharge at You may also call Telecharge at 212-239-6200. When placing your reservation, please provide: the FESTIVAL name (United Solo Theatre Festival), the name of THEATRE (Theatre Row – The Studio Theatre), and the specific DAY and TIME of SHOW you would like to see.  

  • 19 Sep 2015 8:00 PM | Patricia Milton

    3Girls Theatre Company presents

    a World Premiere Musical Comedy about Art, Truth, and Love

    Book by ICWP member Patricia Milton

    Music & Lyrics by Caroline Altman


    Watch the trailer!

    This chamber musical comedy follows Nan, a mid-career fine arts painter who uses a lie detector to catch real-life models in their “moments of truth.” As a love triangle develops under her roof, Nan begins to lose confidence in her husband. Will she bring the lie detector into her marriage? "Moments of Truth" asks provocative questions about truth, lies, love, and art.

    Directed by Louis Parnell
    Musical Direction by Scrumbly Koldewyn

    Bekka Fink
    Douglas B. Giorgis*
    Tyler McKenna*
    Danielle Thys*

    At Royce Gallery, 2901 Mariposa Street, San Francisco
    Previews Sept. 16-18
    Gala Opening Night Sept. 19
    Performances Thu-Sun Sept. 24-Oct. 19, 2015

    *member, AEA

  • 19 Sep 2015 2:00 PM | Kristine Bauske (Administrator)

    This fabulously funny comedy will be presented one weekend only at Osceola Arts on Irlo Bronson Hwy in Kissimmee, FL.  Following a triumphant performance at the Tampa Bay Theatre Festival, the Central Florida cast will have an opportunity to perform for local fans. Tickets available now at Osceola Arts  Saturday, September 19th at 2 PM and Sunday, September 20th at 7:30 PM.  General Admission

  • 12 Sep 2015 7:00 PM | Kelly DuMar

    The ninth annual Our Voices Festival, supporting new plays by Boston area women playwrights, will present an evening of staged readings, free and to the public on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015 at 7:00 p.m., at the Ruth Nagel Jones Theatre, Alumnae Hall, Wellesley College. A reception to meet the playwrights, with refreshments, begins at 7:00 p.m., doors open at 7:20, and seats are first come first served. The presentation of new works by local women playwrights features the talents of some of Boston's best actors and directors.

    This year's evening performances include work by Boston area writers: Cynthia Faith Arsenault, Hortense Gerardo, Debbie Wiess, Boston, Phyllis Rittner, Rosanna Yamagiwa Alfaro, Donna Sorbello, Linda Hanley Finigan, Mickey Coburn, Kelly DuMar.

    Festival founder and producer Kelly DuMar, says it has been fully established by recent research that women face more barriers than men in the world of theater. “According to a 2015 study, ‘The Count,’ featured recently in The New York Times, women’s plays in the US are produced about one-fifth as often as those of men.”

    Over the past nine years, the 12-hour daylong Our Voices festival has helped well over 100 Boston area women playwrights develop stories for the stage, DuMar says. “In addition to offering a day of workshop presentations of new plays by women, Our Voices presents and evening of staged readings, and, with the help of exceptional actors and directors, presents them to an audience. “It’s a unique opportunity for audience members to be exposed to the diversity of women’s stories they might not otherwise see on stage.”

    “The point of the festival is to give women playwrights a nourishing, no-cost day of incubation.” DuMar says. “Many of the short plays and monologues first presented at Our Voices go on to have full productions in Boston theaters and beyond. For instance, past Our Voices participant Andrea Fleck Clardy credits Our Voices for supporting her to develop her 2015 production by the Boston Theatre Marathon, ‘Heartland.’”

    The festival is held in The Ruth Nagel Jones Theatre, through the generosity of Wellesley College, which is located in Alumnae Hall, Wellesley College, 106 Central Street, Wellesley, MA. There is free parking and the theatre is wheelchair accessible. For more information, contact Kelly DuMar at (508) 647-0596 or e-mail

  • 05 Sep 2015 11:57 AM | Judith Pratt

    Reading by Artemisia Theatre, Chicago. Artemisia performs its 2015 Fall Festival at The Frontier/Jackalope Theatre located at 1106 W. Thorndale in Edgewater.  Easy access to the CTA Red Line and lots of street parking. Free but reservations needed because seating is limited; 832-819-4335.

    What turns a brilliant young scientist into an eccentric recluse? Faced with a threat to her beloved work with the maize plant, Barbara struggles against her past. MAIZE is inspired by the real-life Barbara McClintock whose research is still considered groundbreaking. 

  • 04 Sep 2015 8:00 PM | Carol Lashof

    What choices would you make to take back your power? The legendary characters of In Plain Sight will risk almost anything.

    Playwright Carol Lashof and director Elizabeth Vega formed Those Women Productions in 2014 to stage hidden truths of gender and power. Their first show was Just Deserts, which the Daily Californian described as “a sparkling spectacle . . . [which] satisfies as diverse an audience as it attracts.”

    Opening September 5, 2015 (Preview: September 4), Those Women will stage In Plain Sight at the Metal Shop Theater in Berkeley, an anthology of six short plays, offering new takes on old tales and startling insights into what women and men will do to regain control of their lives and their futures.

    Norman Johnson, Christine Keating, and Elizabeth Vega will direct the work of five Bay Area playwrights: Lee Brady, Carol Lashof, Kat Meads, Patricia Reynoso and Mimu Tsujimura. In Plain Sight features Alicia Bales, Ed Berkeley, Sharon Huff*,  Alexandra Lee, Ria Meer, Louel Señores, and Suzanne Vito.

    *Member, Actors Equity Association; In Plain Sight is an Equity-approved project.


    Suggested price: $30.00. There is no minimum ticket price. Those Women practice Radical Hospitality; everyone is welcome, regardless of ability to pay.


    Each short play is a reimagining of a classic story. We feature two new takes on Cinderella: Kat Meads’s whimsical comedy “Palace Watch” and the darkly realistic “Pankhadi and the Prince,” by Patricia Reynoso. Lee Brady’s tragicomic “Mississippi Medea” portrays a modern Medea who appears on her favorite talk show; Mimu Tsujimura’s lyrical drama “My Name Is Mother,” based on the legend of La Llorona, presents a vastly different picture of a notorious mother.  Two short plays by Carol Lashof round out the evening: “When Briseis Met Chryseis,” a romance set against the backdrop of the Trojan War, and “After the Prologue,” in which Chaucer’s Wife of Bath tells you what women really want.

    Where & When

    Performances at the Metal Shop Theater, 2702 Regent St. in Berkeley’s Elmwood neighborhood.

    Friday, Sept. 4, 8pm (Preview)

    Saturday, Sept. 5, 8pm (Opening/Press Night) Friday, Sept. 11, 8pm

    Friday, Sept. 11, 8pm

    Saturday, Sept. 12, 8pm

    Sunday, Sept. 13, 2pm (Audience talk-back with the artists after the show: How do old tales change in new tellings?)

    Friday, Sept. 18, 8pm

    Saturday, Sept. 19, 8pm

    Sunday, Sept. 20, 2pm

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