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  • 29 Jun 2017 8:00 PM | Mercedes Cohen

    Nonna and the Dressmaker will be performed at the Altarena Playhouse on these dates: -June 29,30 July 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9.  the theater is located in Alameda, California at 1409 High Street (between Central Ave. and  Santa Clara Ave.) Tickets are 30 per adult and 27 for seniors and students.

           Three strong women face incredible challenges during World War II in Rome, Italy. The sages have taught: “Whoever saves a single life, the Torah considers it as if he had saved an entire world.” (Sanhedrin 4:5) Granted many people have never had to face making a life or death decision, but we’ve all had to make decisions that had serious consequences. Two of Nonna and the Dressmaker’s main characters are Jews in Italy during the eight months of the German occupation in 1943-1944.  One Jewish character is fighting with the partisans and his wife is in hiding with a Catholic family. The plot centers on the question, “Am I my brother’s keeper?”  It also illustrates the humanity of the Italians who saved over 80% of the Jews.  The play also explores the possibility that different cultures and religions can co-exist.

  • 22 Jun 2017 11:56 AM | Ludmilla Bollow

    "IN THE REST ROOM AT ROSENBLOOMS" "hilarious and heartfelt comedy"  by Ludmilla Bollow will be presented at the Mosely Arts Center, 300 Silver Street, Lake City. CO.  81235, on Fridays in July (July 7,14,21,28).  Ticket prices $8-$16  

  • 17 Jun 2017 5:30 PM | Gabriela Sosa

    Only 2 more shows left of my sold out one-woman-show "Love in the Time of Taksim" premiering at the Hollywood Fringe Festival.

    Check out the reviews & come see the show! It would be great to have you in the audience!

    http://www.hollywoodfringe.org/projects/4406

    https://better-lemons.com/production/love-in-the-time-of-taksim/

  • 15 Jun 2017 3:33 PM | Ludmilla Bollow

    "T.V. BRIDES" will be presented by Scottish Rites Masons Valley of Danville, Il on Saturday, June 17, 7 p.m.  Address is Danville Masonic Temple, 2400 Denmark Rd., Danville, IL  61832.  Dinner is at 6, play at 7.  This a fund raising evening for Children's Dyslexia Center of East Central Illinois.  Ticket: $17.50.  Phone: (217) 474-6689.

  • 05 Jun 2017 7:00 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton

    Inspired by the life of Mary Edwards Walker, MD (1832-1919), "I'm Wearing My Own Clothes!" will be produced by Looking for Lilith Theatre Company in Louisville, KY, during its UNHEARD [outloud] festival celebrating its 15th anniversary. Dr. Walker was a surgeon for the Union during the Civil War. She was also a dress-reformer who wore trousers in surgery, at her wedding, and everywhere else though her garb often resulted in arrests. Equally important, she was an abolitionist; a suffragist; and an ardent advocate for equality of every kind. Lilith commissioned the play and presents it with 5 other productions, 2 staged readings and various workshops. Tickets are $5/$20. More info at http://lookingforlilith.org/unheard-outloud-tabbed-3/.

  • 20 May 2017 2:00 PM | Elana Gartner

    Elana Gartner's new play "Before Lesbians" will be receiving a staged reading at her 20th reunion at Oberlin College. Directed by Zoe Kushlefsky, class of 2018. Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH. Warner Building.

    When Charlotte and Vivian meet, they are about to marry their fiancés who are leaving to fight for President Lincoln. Through letters and visits, Charlotte and Vivian nurture their friendship, sharing books and projects to support the troops and their husbands. In an era where women were not recognized as sexual beings and when words did not exist for women falling in love, Charlotte and Vivian struggle to understand the confusing feelings they are developing for each other while the Civil War rages on.

  • 14 May 2017 9:55 AM | Shirley Barrie

    “The trumpet shall sound and the dead shall be raised incorruptible.” It’s judgement day, and John, who is 34, finds himself buried beside an old woman who claims she’s his wife, Mary. But she’s nothing like the woman he knew. Can they navigate the minefields of memory in time? A tragicomedy of errors.

    REVELATION is one half of TWO PLAYS AND A TART at Mariposa Arts Theatre, MAT Centre, 12 Brammer Dr., Orillia, May 26-28 and Jun 2-4.  $20 including tart and coffee at intermission.  www.mariposaartstheatre.com

  • 11 May 2017 10:56 AM | Judy Freed
    Mom! The Musical is back for its second return engagement at The Chamaleon Theatre Circle in Burnsville, Minnesota. This original musical celebrates the twists and turns, delights and dilemmas, rewards and regrets of parenting. Book by Judy Freed, music and additional lyrics by Sari Miller, lyrics by Randi Wolfe.
  • 09 May 2017 2:26 PM | Jamie Pachino

    I'm so proud of this world premiere production by Geva Theatre, with exceptional direction from Kimberly Senior (Broadway's Disgraced), phenomenal actors, and an incredible design team.

    The reviews have called it a "must see", an "intense, thought-provoking and wholly riveting drama" and "an exhausting, gripping, devastating triumph, exposing issues that desperately seek a champion." It runs through May 22nd. 

    Tickets at www.gevatheatre.org.

  • 05 May 2017 11:19 AM | Judith Pratt

    On May 7, in Phoenix AZ, my ten min. play "Metaphorical Shoes" will be performed on May 7 as part of the Caleb Reese Festival of New
    plays and Musicals. "Metaphorical Shoes" isn't a musical; it's about a woman over 60 who craves fancy high heels. http://phoenixtheatre.com/festival

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