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  • 29 Nov 2011 7:00 PM | Hope McIntyre

    A reading of Empty, a new play by Hope McIntyre, created with the Winnipeg Harvest-sponsored food bank at First Unitarian Universalist  Church of Winnipeg through the Winnipeg Arts Council’s community WITH ART program. November 29th at 7:00pm at the First Unitarian Universalist  Church of Winnipeg (603 Wellington Crescent), Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Admission is free and a reception will follow.

  • 19 Nov 2011 7:00 PM | G.L. Horton
    Cutting from the epic biography of Victoria Woodhull, Spirit and Flesh, performed in the Texas UIL Contest by Tulia High School. Vicky was the mesmerizing spiritualist and stockbroker who was the first woman to run for President of the United Statesundefined in 1872, on a platform of Equal Rights and Free Love. Vicky spent election night in jail, arrested for trying to vote for herself. Historical drama. Two acts, unit set, two hours. Cast: 4-8 women and 3-7 men, ages 20's through 70's; with doubling.
  • 11 Nov 2011 7:08 PM | G.L. Horton
    Party, Party: Tea and Antipathy, a one act play, presented by Eastwood Collegiate Inst. Kichner, Canada. Civil War breaks out in a suburban household when a family of liberal Democrats discovers that Grandma is a disciple of Glen Beck and wants to recruit the grand kids. Comedy; 2 women, 60-80 and 30-40, 1 man, 30-45, 2 children, boy 9 and girl 12, 10 minutes.
  • 06 Oct 2011 9:03 AM | Tammy Ryan
    LINDSEY'S OYSTER by Tammy Ryan, Oct 6-15, Theater by the Grove, Waller Hall Main Stage, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Performing Arts Center.  For tickets and  more information call 724-357-ARTS or go to www.iup.edu (the lively arts)

    "The newest play from award winning Pittsburgh playwright Tammy Ryan signals IUP's commitment to the National Theater Conference's Initiative to Celebrate American Women Playwrights."

  • 30 Sep 2011 8:25 AM | Tammy Ryan
    LOST BOY FOUND IN WHOLE FOODS will have its Pittsburgh Premiere by THE REP, the professoinal repertory company of The Pittsburgh Playhouse at the Studio Theater, Pittsburgh, PA,  Sept 30-Oct 16.  For more information call 412-392-8000 or go to www.pittsburghplayhouse.com.
  • 21 Jun 2011 11:07 PM | Carol Lashof

    Carol Lashof's ten-minute comedy After the Prologue, which answers the age-old question "What do women want?" will be performed as part of an evening of one acts at the Manhattan Theatre Source in Greenwich Village.

    For tickets: https://www.ovationtix.com /trs/pr/842875

    (212) 260-4698
    Subway: W 4 St
  • 14 Jun 2011 12:00 PM | Carolyn Kras

    Carolyn Kras's one-act play "Whistleblower" will be showcased at the Last Frontier Theatre Conference in Valdez, Alaska on June 14 @ 9 A.M. Location: Room C of the Valdez Civic Center.

    "Whistleblower" is about a young law clerk who kills her conscience in order to climb the corporate ladder.  For more info, please visit www.carolynkras.com

  • 06 Jun 2011 10:03 PM | Patricia Milton

    REDUCTION IN FORCE

    a new comedy about back-stabbing, ass-kissing, and survival of the sneakiest

    written by Patricia Milton, directed by Gary Graves

    The Icarus Wealth Management Group has hit financial whitewater.  Behind closed boardroom doors profits plunge, questionable investments surface, and a crisis erupts.  What's the solution?  Fire the "little people," of course!  A reduction in force puts career secretary Anita Green on the chopping block.  Will she keep her job or her self-respect?  An hilarious clusterf*** of backstabbing, ageism, class warfare, and --- romance!

    A Central Works Method Play developed in collaboration with Gary Graves, Michaela Goldhaber, John Patrick Moore, Kendra Lee Oberhauser, Gregory Scharpen & Jan Zvaifler.  Complete details here.

    Central Works at the Berkeley City Club
    2315 Durant Ave.
    Berkeley, CA 94704

  • 04 Jun 2011 8:43 AM | Anonymous

    The play was used in the department of theater by director Brian Keegan, professor at the Ohio State University(Lima) since fall of 2009.  Last fall EMBRACE ARMS was studied in Dr. Alan Woods', Ohio State University's (Columbus) honors class in the department of theater.It is part of Evans' collection which is archived at the Ohio State University’s Department of Theatre and Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee Theatre Research Institute located in the Special Collections section of the Thompson Library (Main).

    Evans' work as being part of the theater of the Absurd was reaffirmed by her "blind" reader Sybil Kempson at Great Plains Theater Conference: the review "My fave kind of plot - one with its own logic. Hard to get ahead of - surprising for all involved. Precise and admirable balance of ADHD and focus contributes to excellent plot structure.

    Fresh dialogue. They've got a great banter going on and after a while it becomes poetic, and becomes a doorway to a different reality. Full of surprises - unafraid of absurdity. Very engaging characters & don't need ot be full on acct of wild dialogue - they can relax and be flat in a wonderful way.Character can lie in athleticism of performers delivering.

    Stakes are very high & covered over in deceptive and compelling way by excellent banter. Very moving because indirect. Sneaks up on you like death itself. Dramatic premise is the reality & unreality of being hospitalized & surgeried, of dying and living. The setting floats. But you can see the rooms, the furnishings, the equipment. Definite theaterical potential.

    The language is its own setting. Totally authentic, original.

    Dialogue btwn father & daughter, the looking & discussing of old photos - unforgettable. Excellent, fitting style that uplifts the story. Very very nice play. Very moving. 9.5."

     

     

     

  • 31 May 2011 10:46 AM | Christine Emmert

    This play was commissioned by the National Park Service two years ago and is being presented at the Women's Rights Museum in Seneca Falls NY on August 6th for two afternoon performances.  Admission is free and open to the public.

     

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