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  • 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.


  • 18 May 2011 8:00 PM | Deleted user

    The Jason Miller Playwrights' Project presents a staged reading of the new play by Alicia Lynn Grega, under the direction of Sarah Stachura Regan at The Olde Brick Theatre on Providence Square in Scranton, Pa.

    Avenging Arachne is a contemporary interpretation of the ancient Greek myth about the weaver, Arachne.

    Cast TBA. Admission is by donation.

    Visit http://subverseaphrodesia. com/arachne.aspx for more information.

  • 05 May 2011 1:06 PM | Monica Raymond

    THE OWL GIRL received a staged reading, directed by Naomi Newman, at San Francisco's Theater of Yugen, as part of Golden Thread Theater's first reading series.

    THE OWL GIRL is a magic realist play about two families who both have keys to the same house, and what happens when they try to live in it together.

    The reading was followed by a response panel that included survivors of the Nakba, the Holocaust, and the Armenian genocide.

  • 05 May 2011 12:00 AM | Tammy Ryan
    S/HE, a play commissioned by International Culture Lab consisting of two one-act plays, LINDSEY'S  OYSTER by American playwright Tammy Ryan and LAST EXIT BEFORE THE BRIDGE by Turkish playwright Zeynep Kacar, will be performed at The Kitchen Theater May 4-15, 2011.  For more information go to: or
  • 02 May 2011 10:00 PM | Carolyn Kras

    Carolyn Kras's short play "Reticence" will be showcased on May 2 @ 7 P.M. in "The Puzzle: Marble's Festival of New Work."  The location is Room 806, One West 29th Street, New York, NY 10001.

    "Reticence" is about a married couple who fear they have exhausted all conversation.  For more info, please visit

  • 01 May 2011 5:00 PM | Patricia Milton

    Believers by Patricia Milton
    directed by Lisa Edsall Giglio

    Sunday, May 1, 2 pm at Stage Werx Theatre, 533 Sutter Street, San Francisco. Mimosas & homemade chocolate chocolate-chip cookies!

    Love. Drugs. Unexpected side effects
    Inside Tower Labs, drug researcher Rocky Wise is working to create a love vaccine so he never again will feel the pain of a bad break-up. His worst fears are activated when his former beloved, Grace Wright, shows up to work in his lab. Can he develop the vaccine in time to avert another heartbreak? “Believers” delivers a prescription-strength dose of whacked-out comedy.

    This reading features Jeffrey Hoffman, Gabi Patacsil, Jaimelee Roberts, and Garret Dailey. As part of the Wily West Productions New Play Festival!
    Tickets are $10, or just $5 for those associated with a theatre company and members of ICWP, TBA, Play Cafe, or Playwrights Center of San Francisco.

  • 30 Apr 2011 11:00 AM | Anonymous
    Historic Mt. Olivet cemetery in Pineville, Louisiana will reenact the burial of Major Mercer Canfield. Killed at the Battle of Mansfield, Louisiana.

    Terri Febuary was asked to write two monologues to be performed at the cemetery.

    The 16th Governor of Louisiana, Thomas Overton Moore, the Secessionist Governor 1860-1864 was buried in the historic cemetery.

    Major Mercer Canfield, will be the soldier who is eulogized at the cemetery with the reenacting of a traditional military funeral of that era.

    These monologues are a part of the Sesquicentennial Civil War remembrance.
  • 29 Apr 2011 7:00 PM | Anonymous

    "Before the Freedom"
    a Readers Theatre.

    This is a script based on excerpts of interviews taken by the WPA in the 1930's of Ex-Slaves who were still alive and lived through slavery and the Civil war. *

    This compilation of readings dealing with the life of a slave as told in the recorded and written interviews, will be performed at Tyrone Plantation in Rapides Parish near Alexandria, Louisiana on Bayou Rapides Road, April 29, 2011 6:00 p.m. Central.

    This is part of the Sesquicentennial Civil War recognition.

    There are 3 women and 2 men as readers.

    *("When I Was a Slave" Memoirs from the Slave Narrative Collection edited by Norman R. Yetman.)

  • 28 Apr 2011 11:00 PM | Deleted user

    To be young again, knowing all you know now...
    May not be the dream you hoped it would be.

    Adapted from the popular novel Rollback by Robert J. Sawyer, Rollback: The Play will premiere in Prince George, BC, Canada.

    30 years in the future, technology provides us with the ability to roll back our bodies to the age of 25. Don and Sarah are comfortably retired until presented with the opportunity to have a Rollback. An exciting turning point in their lives - until it only works for one of them.

    "An adventure in the strength of human spirit that will tug at your heart."

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