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  • 09 Mar 2016 9:18 AM | Tammy Ryan
    The world premiere of Molly's Hammer at the Repertory Theater of St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, directed by Seth Gordon March 9-27, 2016.  Nominated for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, Molly's Hammer is the story of peace and social justice activist Molly Rush who in 1980 walked into a General Electric Plant in King of Prussia, PA and took a hammer to the nose cone of a nuclear warhead in protest of the buildup of the United States' nuclear arsenal.  This story of the first Plowshares action was inspired by the book Hammer of Justice by Liane Ellison Norman.   http://www.repstl.org/season/show/mollys_hammer/
  • 05 Mar 2016 7:25 PM | Shirley King

    My first play won a California Arts Council award. 

    My play WHATEVER was performed January 11, 2016 by Lama Theater Company, NYC. My play ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE and my monologue AUTHENTICITY were performed February 8, 2016, also 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 will be performed by Somerset College April 15, 16 2016. 

    I'm a member of the Dramatists Guild and The International Center for Women Playwrights.


  • 04 Mar 2016 8:00 PM | Anonymous

    The ghost of Sarah Bernhardt has a secret. The greatest actress in the French-speaking world has the chance to make a come-back. It is 2015 and a Canadian backpacker and musician finds respite in the Père Lachaise cemetery when, after trying to suicide, she is rescued by this golden lady, this magician of emotions. Is it a trick of the light or has Sarah manipulated her young visitor to switch places with her so that she can get another chance at stardom?

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    My play was commissioned by the UBC Players for the university's Centennial Celebration in March 2015. Please contact me for more information and script rights: canadian_in_paris@yahoo.com

     

  • 04 Mar 2016 7:30 PM | Anonymous
    I'm happy to share that my play "Divine Monster" about Sarah Bernhardt and the desire for fame and rebirth, opens tonight in Vancouver, Canada in my favourite place: Granville Island. It's a 2-hander for women, running time 50 minutes. March 4-13, 2016, 7:30pm

    TICKETS
    $15 General
    $10 Students+Seniors
    tickets@ubcplayersclub.com

    Poster is here:
    http://www.giculturalsociety.org/studio1398/now-showing/ubc-players-club/


  • 04 Mar 2016 11:34 AM | Nancy Gall-Clayton

    "Smoothness," a monologue set shortly after the U.S. Civil War, is included in ROAR! a "weird, wild and wonderful annual solo works festival" at Riverside Theatre in Iowa City, Iowa. The monologue is in the voice of a man looking for the perfect piece of wood to fashion a new leg for his son. More information is available at https://www.riversidetheatre.org/roarannouncment.

  • 02 Mar 2016 2:48 PM | June Guralnick

    SPACE INTERLUDE, my poetic, post-apocalyptic fairy tale about a mother and daughter hurtling through space, seeking safety -and salvation -will be featured on AirPlay Radio (NY) March 8th in celebration of Women's History Month. For more info, visit: www.airplay.online


  • 01 Mar 2016 9:28 AM | Tammy Ryan

    Lost Boy Found in Whole Foods, winner of the Francesca Prize will have a LORT premiere at Portland Center Stage, Portland, ME, March 1-20, 2016 directed by Markus Potter.

    http://www.portlandstage.org/show/lost-boy-found-in-the-whole-foods/

    Christine—a middle aged, middle class, recently divorced mother—finds a cause in the Whole Foods produce section. Her “cause” is Gabriel, a Sudanese “lost boy,” who fled civil war in his own country to find himself in snowy North America. Christine invites Gabriel to live with her and her teenage daughter in their suburban house and the drama ensues. In Lost Boy Found in Whole Foods, one woman’s straightforward desire to help becomes a story uncovering the difficulty of understanding others.

    http://www.portlandstage.org/show/lost-boy-found-in-the-whole-foods/


  • 29 Feb 2016 12:09 PM | Farzana Moon

    My play Queen of the Pandavas is one of the six selected out of one hundred and seven plays for ell awards for a second round of finalists.

    Their requirement to send a video prompted this response from me. Since I couldn't email the video, I had to send it through youtube. below is the link:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8O0gD1as34

    Thanks!

     

  • 19 Feb 2016 2:07 PM | Anonymous

     

    Combines history and fiction to describe the hurdles Julia Morgan overcame to become an architect. First woman accepted into the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris, first woman to receive a license in California. 

    Only script selected for development by Ross Valley Players, Ross, CA.

    Also received reading and staging from Playwrights' Center of San Francisco.

  • 16 Feb 2016 6:08 PM | June Guralnick

    New play BIRDS OF A FEATHER: A COMEDY ABOUT DE-EXTINCTION has been selected from national submissions for a staged reading by Turn to Flesh Theatre (NYC) in summer 2016. 

    BIRDS OF A FEATHER is a madcap romp about a time-travelling geneticist who journeys a century into the past to New York City, circa 1912. His mission? To save the passenger pigeon. The play wrestles, in a screwball comedy kind of way (think “Bringing Up Baby” meets “Doctor Who”) with the intersection of two unlikely bedfellows: the early conservation movement and the New Woman/suffragist struggle. Add to the mayhem social satire, slapstick humor, and an eccentric family of radical women and the result is a comedic love story that tickles our funny bone while provoking more serious reflection on the nature of progress and the world’s disappearing species.

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