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  • 18 Apr 2015 8:00 PM | Herlina Syarifudin
    SYNOPSIS

    Because according to Javanese calculations I was born on the unlucky day, my mother used the tradition of renaming to change my fortunes. My name changed four times until the age of 40. However changing my name caused great turmoil in my life. Therefore, when my mother died and I got married, I give freedom for my child to give a name for herself.

    Will be held in Jakarta (Indonesia) on April 18-19, 2015 

    Don't miss it!

  • 10 Apr 2015 8:00 PM | Shirley Barrie

    Alumnae Theatre, 70 Berkeley St., Toronto, April 10 - 25, 2015.  For ticket information go to Alumnae Theatre

  • 25 Mar 2015 11:22 AM | Elana Gartner (Administrator)

    Little Howick Theatre in Auckland, New Zealand will present Elana Gartner's "Because of Beth". 

    In the aftermath of Beth's death, all those she loved, including her feuding daughters, her estranged ex-husband and her overwhelmed fiancé, seek to mourn her in their own way. Instead, however, they are forced to deal with one another and the complicated ties that bind them together because of Beth.

    Performance dates: March 25-March 28, 2015. 

    http://www.hlt.org.nz/

  • 11 Mar 2015 7:30 PM | Robin Rice Lichtig

    A large-cast, large-subject play with music, movement, and muscle! Will a group of young people be able to create a new and better world? Director/choreographer Marcus Yi. 

    At The Alchemical, 104 W. 14th St., New York City (3rd floor, no wheelchair access).

    Wednesday, March 11-Saturday, March 14 at 7:30 pm. Sunday, March 15 at 2 pm. Wine during intermission for a donation.

    Special half price discount code for ICWP members: iceskating Enter when buying tickets at: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/942950

    General admission: $18 ($12 seniors, students, military).

    Email me with any questions: robinricenyc@gmail.com



  • 06 Mar 2015 7:00 PM | Laura Shamas

    "Up to Date" by Laura Shamas is a series of linked monologues that take a funny and touching look at the current state of romance and relationships through the eyes of eleven very diverse women. We all have our issues, and some of the ones these women are dealing with range from internet and same-sex dating, to dealing with an expiring biological clock.

    Location - Corner Office Theater NYC, 300 West 43rd St.,5th Floor, Suite 503 of the Times Square Arts Center (Between 8th & 9th Avenues) New York, New York 10036

    Dates and Times - 12 performances: 
    Friday, March 6th @ 7PM & 9PM
    Saturday, March 7th @ 97PM & 9PM
    Sunday, March 8th @ 5PM & 7PM
    Thursday, March 12th @ 7PM & 9PM
    Friday, March 13th @ 7PM & 9PM
    Saturday, March 14th @ 7PM & 9PM

    Tickets $28, also discounted at Goldstar. 
    http://www.goldstar.com/events/new-york-ny/up-to-date-tickets

    No Late Seating. All Ticket Inquiries Can Contact: Tickets@TheAlphaNYCTix.com



  • 18 Feb 2015 2:01 PM | Robin Rice Lichtig
    An all-female written, directed and acted production (yay!):

    EVERYDAY EDNA MAE, a new, 60-minute play by Robin Rice Lichtig is in the FRIGID New York Festival. Edna Mae yearns to make art, but an obsession with body weight, apple-pie Mission Creek and more keep ruining her focus. Laughs and lots of ah ha moments. Directed by Bricken Sparacino with Equity actors Heather McAllister, Annie McGovern, Jenny Vallancourt and Alison Saltz. 

    Under St. Marks Theatre, 94 St. Marks Pl. (bet. 1st and Ave. A). Feb. 18 (at 5:30), Feb. 21 (3:50), Feb. 24 (5:30), Feb. 27 (7:10), Mr. 1 (6:50). $16 ($12 seniors, students, military). 

    Advance tickets:  www.FRIGIDnewyork.info or in person at 85 E. 4th St., Manhattan.  


  • 18 Feb 2015 5:30 AM | Robin Rice Lichtig

    A one-hour story unfolds: EVERYDAY EDNA MAE, a woman-written, directed, and acted play about one woman's struggle to reach her dream, is part of the FRIGID New York Festival in Manhattan. Director: Bricken Sparacino. Equity actors: Heather McAllister, Alison Saltz, Annie McGovern, Jenny Vallancourt. Five shows: February 18 (at 5:30), February 21 (3:50), February 24 (5:30), February 27 (7:10), and March 1 (6:30). Tickets: $16 ($12 for seniors, students, military). Advance tickets: www.FRIGIDnewyork.info or in person at 85 E. 4th St., Manhattan. Performances at Under St. Marks Theater, 94 St. Marks Place (bet. 1st Ave., and Ave. A), Manhattan. No wheelchair access. More info: www.dramamama.net

  • 13 Feb 2015 8:54 AM | Christine Emmert

    My outreach pieces, FROM OUT THE FIERY FURNACE , and FRAGILE FREEDOM , will be presented on these Saturdays to show the effect of women in the life of Hopewell.  FROM OUT has been touring for six years now and FRAGILE FREEDOM for four.  I wrote both pieces, and often act in FROM OUT while always perform FRAGILE FREEDOM.  Come and see what the National Parks are doing to bring history alive. 

    Christine Emmert dakinichris@yahoo.com  

  • 13 Feb 2015 8:54 AM | Christine Emmert

    My outreach pieces, FROM OUT THE FIERY FURNACE , and FRAGILE FREEDOM , will be presented on these Saturdays to show the effect of women in the life of Hopewell.  FROM OUT has been touring for six years now and FRAGILE FREEDOM for four.  I wrote both pieces, and often act in FROM OUT while always perform FRAGILE FREEDOM.  Come and see what the National Parks are doing to bring history alive. 

    Christine Emmert dakinichris@yahoo.com  

  • 31 Jan 2015 9:47 PM | Patricia Milton

    A world premiere from Central Works Theatre, Berkeley, CA

    Written by Patricia Milton

    because counter-terrorism begins at home … A darkly comic intersection of foreign “black ops” and family politics.  When the rebel among three odd sisters returns home to reconcile with her estranged mother, cultures clash, sibling rivalries erupt, and bombs start falling.  An incisive domestic comedy with a sharp political edge.

    Tickets and more info here.

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