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  • 02 Feb 2013 11:54 AM | Anonymous
     My short two-character play A STATION IN LIFE will be performed at the 10th Anniversary Memorial for The Station Nightclub Fire at the First Baptist Church, 75 North Main Street, Providence, Rhode Island, 9:30pm-midnight on Feb. 20th.  I believe it's free with perhaps a donation requested.
  • 25 Dec 2012 1:34 AM | Lucia Verona (Administrator)
    A new series of all Shakespeare's works is under way in Romania. I joined the team last year and my first translation - "Troilus and Cressida" was recently published in the volume V, together with "The Merchant of Venice" and "Timon of Athens", translated by my male colleagues Horia Garbea (a well-known playwright) and George Volceanov (He is also the coordinator of the entire series.). 
    Soon to be published volume VI, a "women only" volume, all the translators being women, with "As you like it" (translated by poet Violeta Popa), "Henry the 6th part 1" (translated by poet Ioana Diaconescu) and "Two Gentlemen of Verona" translated by me.

  • 18 Aug 2012 8:00 PM | Deleted user
    At the 9th Annual Women Playwrights International Conference: 
    Conceived and directed by Lia Gladstone, Oregon, USA
    A multi media performance featuring work of Afghan students 
    Masks Under Burqa, Simorgh Film Association of Culture and Art, Herat, Afghanistan
    Directed by Monirah Hashimi
    Three sisters return to Afghanistan after immigrating abroad to find their parents dead.
    The Wall,  Papyrus, Kabul, Afghanistan
    Conceived and performed by Tahera Hashimi 
     A young woman  loved to sing but her father forbade her. Now a young woman, she gives birth to her first child, a daughter, and sings lullabyes to her.  Through singing to her baby, she rediscovers music and her love of song.

  • 16 Aug 2012 7:30 PM | Deleted user

    My short play Waiting for Inspiration has been selected as part of Heller Shorts 2012 - Waiting for Shorty. 

    Performances are Aug. 16-18 @ 7:30 PM & Aug. 19 @ 2:00 PM

    Heller Shorts is in its third year and all proceeds benefit the Heller Council, which supports the work of Heller Theatre at Henthorne Performing Arts Center, Tulsa Oklahoma.



  • 02 Aug 2012 8:00 PM | Patricia Milton
    World premiere apocalyptic romantic comedy!
    In a remote pharmaceutical lab, brain researcher Rockwell Wise works to develop a love vaccine so he will never again suffer the pain of heartbreak. His ex-lover Grace Wright shows up to lead his drug development team, bringing her own agenda: her plan to create a love activator. Their maneuvers to achieve their own aims create unexpected side effects.

    Directed by Sara Staley
    with Maria Giere Marquis, Casey Fern, Jon Fast and Kate Jones.
     Executive Producer Laylah Muran de Assereto, Lead Designer and Assistant Producer Quinn Whitaker, Managing Producer Morgan Ludlow.

    At StageWerx, 446 Valencia Street at 16th Street, San Francisco California 94103
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8 p.m. August 2-25, 2012.

    Watch the trailer here.

    Buy tickets for BELIEVERS here.

  • 27 Jul 2012 8:00 PM | Jamie Pachino
    The Production Company in Los Angeles presents Jamie Pachino's THE RETURN TO MORALITY at the Lex Theatre in West Hollywood from July 27th-Sept 1, 2012. 

    The show runs Friday and Saturday at 8pm, Sundays at 3pm. 

    The Lex Theatre is at 6760 Lexington Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038. Tickets can be reserved by calling 800-838-3006, or through 

    THE RETURN TO MORALITY is a lightning-paced political satire about the unraveling of a well-meaning liberal, caught in the maelstrom of his own good intentions. Tracing the fast rise and even faster downfall of college professor Arthur Kellogg, the play follows the publication of his first book, a scathing satire of the religious right. When the novel "accidentally" gets published as non-fiction, it spins out of his control and is embraced as a manifesto by the far right and militia groups -- turning Arthur into the poster boy for all he once sought to fight. Before Arthur has a chance to fix the book's misrepresentation, he winds up interviewed by Sixty Minutes, abandoned by his wife, and ultimately blackmailed into giving the keynote speech at the Republican National Convention, live, with unanticipated results...;

    "A gem, the kind of play that gets better with each viewing and one which should not be missed... Pachino's play casts a wide net, touching on issues of identity, celebrity, gender, race, politics, spin doctoring, media and language itself. Part comedy, part thriller, part political critique, Morality is intellectually engaging and riveting."
    --Christopher Wixson, Bloomington Independent
  • 12 Jul 2012 7:00 AM | Robin Rice
    LISTEN! THE RIVER is on stage in New York's 59E59 Theatre on July 12, 13 (7 p.m.) and 15 (at 4 p.m.). In Robin Rice Lichtig's play the lives of a kidnapped cat, a lovesick doorman, a Bible-thumping Mom and a bodacious veterinary assistant become tangled together. Watch out. Tears will be creeping up behind your laughter. July shows (as well as one in London) are previews for the world premiere at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival August 13-25 in Scotland. For tickets and details, see and/or . (Suitable for all ages.)
  • 09 Jul 2012 10:39 AM | Anonymous
    Second full draft of THE RING gets a public reading, all feedback welcome!
  • 09 Jul 2012 10:38 AM | Anonymous
    Short play fest features my play SHIFT!
  • 06 Jul 2012 8:35 AM | Deleted user
    With music by Robert W.Butts. Grace Church, Madison, NJ. Tickets $15. This is a double-header, with the first performance of "Cakes and Ale," a short musical comedy by Jewel Seehaus-GFisher. The evening begins at 7:30

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