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  • 26 May 2016 8:30 PM | Anonymous

    Called a ‘major talent’ at The 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Irish comedienne Kate Perry presents a happy hour of acutely observed and quirky monologues reflecting her unique view on life. She portrays a wonderful array of characters ranging from five to seventy years old. Whether it’s Mary Peachy-Bender, an Amish woman with Shoofly pie envy, Jimmy the digital vigilante man with a van or Carmel, a celebrity obsessed old age pensioner. Each is portrayed with chameleon like skill, humour and charm. It’s going to be a Very Perry Experience!

    Thursday May 26 8:30pm

    Friday May 27 9:30pm

    Saturday May 28 6:00pm

    Sunday May 29 5:30pm

    Friday June 3 7:00pm

    Saturday June 4 9:00pm

    Sunday June 5 2:00pm

    Southside Theater, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA

    Tickets: General Admission $20 in Advance, $25 at the Door.

  • 25 May 2016 12:38 AM | June Guralnick
    Staged reading of BIRDS OF A FEATHER: A COMEDY ABOUT DE-EXTINCTION, a new full-length play by June Guralnick, as part of Festival51, on Saturday, May 28 @ 8:00 p.m. at Contemporary Theatre Company, 327 Main Street, South Kingston, Rhode Island. For tickets and more info: 
  • 22 May 2016 5:30 PM | Carolyn Kras

    I want to invite everyone to the United Nations Orange Day reading of my new play THE SUBJECT, hosted by Sell a Door Theatre Company.  Events are FREE to attend.

    There are two opportunities to see THE SUBJECT:

    1) Sunday, May 22 at 5:30 PM at Upstairs at The Arts, 6-7 Great Newport Street, London WC2H 7JB.

    Featuring Alfred Enoch (HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER, HARRY POTTER), Peter Guinness (STAN LEE'S LUCKY MAN, CASUALTY), and Rachel Bright (EASTENDERS, A MURDER IS ANNOUNCED). Directed by Anna Fox.

    Followed by a drinks reception.

    More info:

    2) Wednesday, May 25 at 7:30 PM at Sell a Door Theatre studio room (1 Creek Road, London SE8 3BT) with an all-new cast of actors. Directed by Grace Joseph.  

    Both events are free of charge, but optional charity donations to United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women and Rape Crisis England and Wales will be gratefully accepted.

    About the play:
    Princess Sophia’s family is one of the most dysfunctional in history, with notoriously mad father King George III, drug-dependent mother Queen Charlotte, sex addict brother Ernest, and agoraphobe sister Augusta. When Sophia is attacked and fights to bring the criminal to justice, her family instead seeks to mastermind a cover-up of the secret for fear of losing the throne. A feminist take on history exploring the crisis of sexual assault cover-ups. 

    f you would like to attend, please email Maddy at and note which date. You are welcome to bring guests. We would love to see you there!  

    Thank you, 
    Carolyn Kras

  • 19 May 2016 7:00 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton

    A short comedy set at Churchill Downs on Derby will be given a staged reading at Harvest Coffee & Cafe in Shelbyville, KY, on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at 7 pm. A big floppy hat creates confusion, fun, and romance. Music and monologues will also be presented at this free program.

  • 08 May 2016 7:00 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton

    Three Voices/3V Theatre presents staged readings of short plays inspired by the topic "Mother, May I?" on Mother's Day, at Access Theatre, 380 Broadway, New York City. A high school graduate sneaks into the lab where her mother works to talk privately with her mother about the final three child support checks due before the young woman turns 18. Tickets are $10. 

  • 06 May 2016 9:21 PM | Shirley King

    Shirley King's first play won a California Arts Council award. In the past three years her plays have been performed in the US, Korea, The UK, Canada and Scotland. In 2015 eighteen of her plays and monologues were selected for productions or readings. Four were published in 2015. Her play WHATEVER was performed January 11, 2016 by Lama Theater Company, NYC. Her play ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE and her monologue AUTHENTICITY were also performed February 8, 2016 by Lama Theater Company, NYC. FREEZE was performed by Readers Theatre of San Pedro 2-23-2016. TO TALK OR NOT TO TALK --THAT IS THE QUESTION was performed by Somerset College April 15, 16 2016. THE TEA PARTY was performed by The Oneness Project: RADD Fest 2016.

  • 06 May 2016 7:00 PM | Ibadete Abazi

    One act play “Soldier of two wars” written by Ibadete Abazi;  Directed by Elhame Kutllovci. Has been premiered on December 18th 2015 in Dodona Theatre in Prishtina, Kosovo. With actors: Sheqerie Buqaj & Avni Abazi. We are working to show our play on may 2016 at The Producers Club in New York

    Story: An Albanian American soldier who served in Bosnia joins the war in Kosovo in 1998 as a Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) member. After the war, he is left alone, wounded and without support from either the US or the KLA. He is blocked in Hotel Tirana in Albania where he meets Adriana, a rich Kosovo Albanian. After 15 years of marriage in post-war Kosovo, one late night, the couple starts a quarrel because their five months old son is crying. Jimmy asks Adriana to calm the boy, while Adriana complains that Jimmy does not support her at home. After a fierce debate over who is right and who is guilty, the conflict escalates to physical attack. Jimmy suddenly falls on his knees from pain caused by a bullet that he has in his body. Adriana benefits from it and takes control of the situation.

  • 05 May 2016 8:00 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton

    First Woman of Industry, based on the life of a German immigrant to Louisville, Kentucky, (1817?-1874?), is included in Rover Dramawerks' 365 Women a Year Festival, in Plano, Texas. When widowed, Catherine Danenhold took over her husband's business manufacturing stoneware and pottery, an unusual occupation for a woman in her day. Performances are Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8 pm with one matinee at 2 pm on the second Saturday. Prices are $16-22.

  • 05 May 2016 12:07 PM | Sandra de Helen

    JUNE 15, 2016, 7PM: Sandra de Helen will read from her new thriller, Till Darkness Comes, at Another Read Through Bookstore, 3932 N Mississippi Ave, Portland, Oregon, USA. She will sign any of her books, and they are all for sale at Another Read Through, as well as online at amazon. 

  • 01 May 2016 7:00 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton
    Hat Check, a comedy of mistaken identities at the Kentucky Derby, will be included in Parlor Stories, Sunday, May 1, 7 PM, at St. Paul Episcopal Church, New Albany, Indiana. Admission is free.

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