Visit Our Facebook Page Follow us on Twitter @ICWP

Member Productions

This page is for announcing upcoming Productions and public Readings of Members' works.

For Announcements of Awards & Publications use links to right >.

Member Awards 

View or post details of Member Awards,
>Go to Awards


  View or post Publication details
>Go to Publications
To Enter your Production Details - follow these instructions:
  • SUBJECT line. - use TITLE and DATES of production
  • Use the Date/Time to set the date and time of the event
  • In the body of the post give theatre, location, dates, ticket price and any additional information.


 NOTE:  You must be logged in as a member to post a production. 
 If you are logged in, a silver button named "Add Post" will appear just below this sentence. 
  • 29 Aug 2015 6:00 AM | Laura Shamas

    THE WEIRD SISTERS by Laura Shamas, workshop with The (blank) Space Collective, New York, August 29-30, 2015. Directed by Tiffany Nichole Greene. Logline: Imagine the rewriting process of Shakespeare's Macbeth... 

  • 21 Aug 2015 7:30 PM | Anonymous

    Hospice: A Love Story, will be performed on August 21 & 22, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. both evenings

    The play is part of the Island Theatre's Fourth Annual Ten-Minute Play Festival
    Bainbridge Performing Arts
    200 Madison Ave. N
    Bainbridge Island, WA

    Suggested Donation $10

    Synopsis:  Lucy goes to confession for the first time in 42 years. Anne heads to her therapist’s office. Both sisters struggle to explain their grief and their shared childhood memories that lead them to very different conclusions about their mother’s death.

    Playwright: Elizabeth Coplan. Elizabeth is a survivor of the Texas public school system where she did not learn to write, but where she did learn to daydream and create stories in her head. She would like to thank her husband and especially her sons, Spencer and Alexander, whose flight from the nest created a clearing of her mind and a chance to do something for herself — finally.

    Director: Linda Jensen

    Cast: Carolyn Goad, Diane Walker

  • 11 Aug 2015 7:00 PM | Carol Lashof

    Where is the line between memory and truth, pleasure and transgression, love and the abuse of power? Who decides?

    Disclosure, a new full-length drama by Berkeley playwright Carol S. Lashof, will change the way you understand desire and boundaries.

    Playwright Carol S. 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 … [Just Deserts] satisfies as diverse an audience as it attracts.”

    Opening August 12, 2015 (Preview: August 11), Those Women will stage the world premiere of Disclosure at PianoFight in San Francisco. PianoFight is a full service restaurant and bar with a cabaret stage and two intimate theaters, located three blocks from the Powell Street BART. It is dedicated to presenting new work by local artists.  For directions, menu, and more:

    Disclosure is directed by Rem Myers. It features Anne Hallinan, Gabriel Kenney, Kelly Rinehart, and Valerie Weak.*

    *Member, Actors’ Equity Association; Disclosure is an Equity-approved project.

    Tickets: DISCLOSURE at PianoFight

    General Admission: $20 online/ $25 at the door

    Groups of 6 or more: $15

    Those Women practice Radical Hospitality: Everyone is welcome, regardless of ability to pay. If you want to see the show and you’ve got nothing but lint in your pockets, email to request a 100% discount code.


    For decades, Maya has kept silent about the abuse she suffered as a child at the hands of her uncle. Now she seeks to disclose the truth, confront the past, and move on.  In the meantime, her son Adam is entirely wrapped up in a new romantic relationship with Janice – the graduate teaching assistant in one of his college classes. Maya, resenting her own mother’s failure to protect her, is vigilant where her only child is concerned. Is Adam and Janice’s relationship exploitative? Maya is determined to stand up against abuses past and present, but every step she takes leads her deeper into conflict with the people she loves the most.

    Where & When

    Performances at PianoFight, 144 Taylor Street San Francisco, CA, 94102

    Tuesday, Aug. 11, 7pm (Preview)

    Wednesday, Aug. 12, 7pm (Opening/Press Night)

    Thursday, Aug. 13, 7pm

    Wednesday, Aug. 19, 7pm

    Thursday, Aug. 20, 7pm

    Friday, Aug. 21, 7pm

    Wednesday, Aug. 26, 7pm

    Thursday, Aug. 27, 7pm

    Friday, Aug. 28, 7pm

    Saturday, Aug. 29, 9pm

  • 05 Aug 2015 2:08 PM | Diane Taber-Markiewicz

    Headwind---a play in two acts by Diane Taber

    Thirty-two-year-old Vivianne Cording’s independence as a landowner is already considered inappropriate in eighteenth-century Maine, but she risks more than censure by making and selling candles to protest the indiscriminant killing of whales for oil.  She has a relationship, outside of marriage, with Captain Zenas Rule who has made enemies of his own among the fleet owners. Together they become a headwind against a town that won’t change its course and threatens to crash right through them.

    the production by The Free Theatre Company, directed by Robert Chantler is the first time Headwind has been performed outside the USA.

    It received its international premiere on Radio Wey on Saturday 4th April 2015

    Cast - Christie Wright, Sue Ford and Robert Chantler

    ·         Music    "Introduction -" by Markl, Jun (Google PlayAmazonMP3eMusiciTunes)

  • 04 Aug 2015 7:45 PM | JULIA PASCAL


    4-29 AUGUST. Tuesday-Saturday 7.45pm

    Matinees Thursday and Saturday 3.15pm

    Previews £12.50. Full £18. Concessions £15.

    Written and directed by Julia Pascal

    Designed by Claire Lyth

    Sound by Zoe Walker

    You know our problem? Too much history, not enough geography.

    I am walking through Jerusalem and there isn't a Jew in sight.

    The Romans. The Christians. The Ottomans. The British.They come. They go.

    What happens on the road where Jew, Muslim and Christian meet?

    What happens when an Arab Muslim is attracted to an Arab Jew?

    What happens when a soldier refuses to report for duty?

    Crossing Jerusalem is set in the last intifada when buses are exploding and it's not safe to go out and buy food. This family drama, with its moments of black comedy, happens over 24 hours.

    Now is the time when  a son should be made, a birthday should be celebrated and an army should be served.

    Pascal explores the most politically tense city in the world. In this passionate play, she smashes stereoytpes on all sides and questions facile definitions of identity, love and war.

  • 04 Aug 2015 11:31 AM | Robin Rice

    My short play BURYING ELEPHANTS is one play in an evening that is part of the Leela Festival in Queens, New York. Director: Kendra Augustine. Actors: Sarah Sutliff and Kelsey Rodriguez.  

    The Festival's mission is all about diversity. It is the only theater festival with this mission I have ever seen. I am delighted to have my play chosen and to be in such company as noted playwright Mario Fratti.

    Tickets are $10. To reserve: (However, I am sure there will be tickets at the door.)

  • 16 Jul 2015 1:41 PM | Anonymous

    Mildred's Umbrella Theater Company presents: THE DROWNING GIRLS

    by Beth Graham, Charlie Tomlinson and Daniela Vlaskalic

    Based on the 'Brides in the Bath' murders in early 20th century England, The Drowning Girls recounts the story of Bessie, Alice and Margaret, three women who were all wooed by, married to and eventually murdered by George Joseph Smith. Emerging from the stillness of their watery graves, the three women deliver post-mortem testimonies, reenacting key moments and reliving the horrifying events leading up to their eventual deaths. From the opening gasp to the final breath, THE DROWNING GIRLS is full of haunting lyricism and rich imagery that is sure to leave audiences captivated. 

    July 16-August 1, 2015  at Studio 101, 1824 Spring Street, Houston TX 77007. for tickets or more information

  • 14 Jul 2015 4:44 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton

    A winner of the Clintonville Community Market Food Play competition, my dark comedy "Like Always" will have a reading along with 4 other plays on Friday, August 21, at 5 p.m. The competition was chaired by longtime supporter and friend of ICWP Dr. Alan Woods of Walhalla Dramaturgy.

  • 14 Jul 2015 4:41 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton

    A winner of the Clintonville Community Market Food Play competition in Columbus, OH, "Pig-A-Boo Appetizers" will be presented with three other short plays about food, on Friday, July 17, at 5 p.m. Admission is free. The competition was chaired by ICWP longtime friend and supporter Dr. Alan Woods of Walhalla Dramaturgy.

  • 14 Jul 2015 11:15 AM | Patricia L. Morin (Administrator)

    "Like Always" Nancy Gill-Clayton, "No-Russian Dressing" Shirley King, "Sweet Potatoes" Sandra Perlman, "Blanche and Benny" Patricia L. Morin Clintonville Community Market, Columbus Ohio, August 21, 5-8:30.

The International Centre for Women Playwrights is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting women playwrights around the world. 

Contact ICWP:  Contact ICWP  Visit Our Facebook Page  Follow us on Twitter @ICWP

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software