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  • 30 Mar 2017 8:00 PM | Jennifer Decker

    HOUSTON – Mildred’s Umbrella Theatre Company continues its 2016-2017 season with the world premiere of A HEROINE FREE SUMMER by local poet, playwright and University of St. Thomas English professor Dr. Janet Lowery. Directed by Chesley Krohn, the play centers on four sisters as they relive memories, address past traumas and learn to heal.

    Set amidst a family vacation at an idyllic lake house in upstate New York, A HEROINE FREE SUMMER examines what happens when a family becomes divided – the result of two teenage sons confessing to drug use. As the adult sisters struggle to determine where their allegiances lie, one must decide whether to save the clan or let it fracture, a decision with epic consequences in this explosive new drama.

    “After hosting a reading of the play’s initial draft in 2015, we embarked on a journey with Dr. Lowery and Chesley to bring the full production to our stage,” said Artistic Director Jennifer Decker. “We’re excited to premiere this powerful work about family, addiction, and healing and so happy to be working with Dr. Lowery, who taught many of our company members – including myself and our board chair – while we attended the University of St. Thomas. It’s like bringing a family back together.”

    Chesley Krohn, who has been selected to direct the production, had this to say, “Janet Lowery has written an engaging and thought provoking play about four sisters at their annual lakehouse retreat. We are moved to both laughter and tears as the characters wrestle over sweeping space, spoons (yes, spoons), and who gets to steer. But, as with all families, this one also has its secrets and denials, specifically a history of addiction. Lowery's characters battle over two teenage nephews, who, like far too many youth, have fallen victim to drug abuse. It is a battle that will require honesty, forgiveness, and compassion from all concerned.”

    A faculty member at the University of St. Thomas for more than 20 years, Dr. Lowery’s poetry has been published in numerous anthologies and literary reviews such as Endless Mountains Review, Poetry East, Greensboro Review, Concho River Review, Fideles, Pennsylvania English, 13th Moon, and elsewhere. Her collection of poetry based on women from Greek mythology called Traffic in Women was published in 2008 by Odonata House; the trilogy of plays TRAFFIC IN WOMEN I, II, III—Educating Athena, A Grief Group in the Underworld; and A Retrial of the Danaids, respectively, was produced 2006-2008 on the University of St. Thomas campus. She recently completed a manuscript of translations from the Spanish of Miguel de Unamuno.

    A HEROINE FREE SUMMER runs March 30 through April 15, 2017, at Studio 101 at Spring Street Studios, in the heart of the Washington Avenue Arts District. Tickets are on sale now at For more information, call 832-463-0409 or e-mail



    Directed by: Chesley Krohn

    Where: STUDIO 101 – 1824 Spring Street, Houston, TX 77007

    When: March 30-April 1, April 6-8, and April 13-15 at 8 pm
    Matinee on April 9 at 3 p.m.

    Pay-What-You-Can night on April 10 at 8 p.m.

    Cost: Regular admission: $25; Students, Seniors & Arts Industry: $15; Group rate: $15/ticket

  • 10 Mar 2017 1:18 PM | Kristine Bauske (Administrator)

    Kris Bauske's "The Nearly Final Almost Posthumous Play of the Not-Quite-Dead Sutton McAllister" from March 10-26. Ticket information may be found on their website at Kris will attend and speak to audiences opening weekend, March 10-12.

    Phone: (865) 546-4280

    You can also go to Kris' website for production info at 

  • 04 Mar 2017 5:22 PM | Patricia L. Morin

    "And So ..." will be apart of Flush Ink Production's SHE SPEAKS-WOMEN'S WORKS, WOMEN'S WORDS festival March 4th and 5th in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

  • 03 Mar 2017 7:30 PM | Elana Gartner (Administrator)

    Elana Gartner's "Cortex Kin" will receive a reading at Dixon Place in New York. Please come join her for the world premiere reading!

    When Daniel takes a sick day and visits his brain, he discovers ornery housekeeper, Hank, already starting to clean the dust from months of neglect. Through their combative work and conversation, Daniel eventually starts to face the horrifying reasons behind his absence. 

    Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street, NYC

    Directed by Kim Gambino

    Featuring JC Sullivan and Michael Wiener

  • 11 Feb 2017 7:00 PM | Sandra de Helen

    I will read, sign, and sell my books, including the new thriller, at this Lesbian Book Fair in Portland, Oregon. The place is TaborSpace, 5441 SE Belmont Avenue. I am one of seven lesbian authors participating in the fair.

  • 10 Feb 2017 7:00 PM | Sandra de Helen

    My LGBTQ thriller will be relaunched at Another Read Through Bookstore, 3932 N Mississippi Ave, Portland, Oregon. I will read from the book, answer questions, and sign any of my books, all of which are carried by the bookstore.

  • 06 Feb 2017 11:39 AM | Ludmilla Bollow

    "IN THE REST ROOM AT ROSENBLOOMS" (Full length comedy)Feb. 24- and . March 3-5  - Shelby Community Theatre - Shelby KY

    "IN THE REST ROOM AT ROSENBLOOMS" (Full length comedy)April 21, 22, 23, 28, 29 - (7 performances) Memories Ballroom Dinner Theatre - Port Washington WI

    "THE WOMAN WITH 27 CHILDREN" (One Act Monologue)     Sha tin Town Hall (Cultural Hall) Hong Kong China) February 24, 25, 26 (4 performances)                




  • 05 Feb 2017 7:00 PM | Amy Oestreicher

    Gutless & Grateful comes to Metropolitan Room on February 5th (7pm) and February 25th! (4pm)

    Buy tickets here.

    See Press Release in PDF or Word Doc 

    Gutless & Grateful (1)

    Following sold-out runs at The Triad NYC, The Bijou Theatre, United Solo Festival, Barrington Stage Company (Tony-Award winning William Finn’s Cabaret Series) and a nationwide tour from Washington D.C. to Hawaii, the captivating Amy Oestreicher will bring her hit one-woman musical Gutless & Grateful back to NYC at the internationally acclaimed Metropolitan Room on February 5th and 25th, 2017.  Through interwoven song and dialogue, performer Amy Oestreicher shares a primal piece of live-storytelling – weaving her near death experience and inspiring perspective with an eclectic set of songs, comedically highlighting struggles, triumphs and “beautiful detours” in her life.

    “Gutless & Grateful is not a story about a victim, but one of a survivor. Amy has channeled the pain of her experiences into something far greater.” – Michelle Alerte (Woman Around Town)

    Nominated for “Best Theatre Debut” in 2012 (Broadway World), and Bistro Awards Top Pick, and featured in Huffington Post, Gutless & Grateful, takes audiences on a musical journey of determination, grit and “guts” as Oestreicher shares her humor, her strength, and her soaring vocals with the world. Oestreicher’s script was inspired by the thousands of  journal entries she kept over the six years she endured unable to eat a morsel of food or drink a drop of liquid.  Co-conceived by Oestreicher and musical director David Brunetti, the show is directed by Broadway-veteran Jerold Goldstein, also on piano.  “Gutless” also features the song “Still Alive” which was written for Amy by acclaimed composer David Friedman with lyrics by TV personality and lyricist Kathie Lee Gifford, after she appeared on NBC’s TODAY Show in 2011.

    “One part moving testament to human indomitability, the other a thoroughly satisfying evening of song. While each element is strong enough to stand on its own, combined they illuminate and enhance each other. Rarely have I seen narration and song so artfully meshed, and Oestreicher’s likeability, good humor, interpretive skill, and manifest commitment to what she is saying and singing make us not only understand her story, but also feel it on a very deep level.”

    -Roy Sander (critic for

    Amy had ambitious plans for Broadway, until she abruptly developed a blood clot the week before her high school senior prom. After being rushed to the hospital, her stomach exploded in the operating room, and after both her lungs collapsed, she nearly died. After waking up from a coma several months later, she was told she no longer had a stomach, and it was unknown whether she would ever be able to eat or drink again . After 27 surgeries and six of the past ten years unable to drink a drop of fluid, Amy’s digestive system was miraculously reconstructed and she learned that the human spirit heals through “gutsiness”, gratitude, and an overabundance of humor.
    amy.1-001Amy Oestreicher is an artist, author, speaker for RAINN and TEDx, writer for The Huffington Post, award-winning health advocate, actress and playwright, eagerly sharing the lessons learned from a decade of trauma through her writing, performance, art and speaking.  Amy’s story and show have appeared on the TODAY Show, CBS, WNBC Cosmopolitan, Seventeen Magazine, Unmistakable Creative, Good Housekeeping, among others, and her writings have appeared in over 70 notable lifestyle, wellness, and arts publications.  Amy’s “beautiful detour” inspired her to create the #LoveMyDetour movement, a campaign inspiring people to flourish because of, rather than in spite of challenges- also the subject of her TEDx Talk and upcoming book, My Beautiful Detour.

    Oestreicher’s story is always inspirational and surprisingly funny.” – Paulanne Simmons (Times Square Chronicles)

    Come for a moving night of song, stories and possibilities, all in a 70-minute musical comedy. Gutless & Grateful is no ordinary one-woman show, but a powerhouse production that leaves the audience in tears, laughing hysterically, and savoring every last bite as though it were their very first.

    Amy Oestreicher in Gutless & Grateful plays the Metropolitan Room on 34 W 22nd St, New York, NY 10010, on February 5th at 7pm and February 25th at 4pm.  Doors open 30 minutes beforehand.

    Tickets start at $24 and there is a two drink minimum.. Tickets and information are available at and by calling (212) 206-0440

    Buy tickets HERE!

    Visit Amy's website at

  • 31 Jan 2017 10:38 PM | Alan Woods

    Alan Woods’ ten minute play, Not the Delany Sisters, will be performed by THAT’s for Seniors in Holland, Manitoba, as part of “Gettin’ On” on April 9, 2017.  THAT’s for Seniors is a group whose ages range from 60-88 years of age.

  • 30 Jan 2017 11:06 AM | Sandra Dempsey

    Celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation in 2017

    Award-winning Performance-readings of D ARCY
    by Sandra Dempsey now booking!

    Award-winning Canadian-Irish playwright/performer Sandra Dempsey is now booking performance-readings of her outstanding published play, D ARCY.

    A marvellous, smashing piece.
    Gordon Pinsent, Toronto
    Stunning and memorable. A real tour de force!
    Rosemary O Brien, Parliament Hill, Ottawa

    Very lively history. Chilling, still relevant to modern day.
    Globe & Mail

    Sandra reaches a level of emotional excitement that effectively takes the words off the page and into the hearts of her audience.
    Brian Brennan, Calgary

    D'ARCY is as strong and important a play as any of the old masters. The Standard

    Humorous, emotional and passionate. She left the audience with lumps in their throats. Joan Cumming, Province House, Charlottetown

    Sandra was magnificent in the trousers role,
    drunk or sober, old or young,
    idealist or rogue and she also displayed an amazing, gorgeous Irish whisky-baritone singing voice!   Geralyn Horton, Galway

    D ARCY is the passionate dramatization of the life and times of Thomas D Arcy McGee, Irish patriot and Father of Confederation. In 1868, less than one year after the founding of Canada, D Arcy was assassinated in Ottawa by Irish-American Fenian terrorists.

    With her incredible acting and vocal abilities, Sandra literally performs D ARCY  before her audiences. She ll transport you back to the late 1800s for the inspirational yet tragic story of this great Irish-Canadian statesman, creating a most entertaining theatrical experience unlike any you ve ever seen or heard.

    Sandra has presented her patented performance-readings of D ARCY at theatres, libraries, schools, universities, colleges, clubs, societies, pubs, governments and on live radio throughout Canada, the USA and Ireland.

    Sandra's performance-reading  of D ARCYwill amaze your audience!

    To Book D ARCY: Funding subsidies are available through the Canada Council and Playwrights Guild of Canada. Limited availability so book soon! Contact:
    Sandra Dempsey   


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