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  • 25 Mar 2011 5:42 PM | Paula Cizmar
    SEVEN, a documentary play by Paula Cizmar, Catherine Filloux, Gail Kriegel, Carol K. Mack, Ruth Margraff, Susan Yankowitz, and Anna Deavere Smith, will be performed as part of Silk Road Theatre Project's Al Kasida Staged Reading Series in Chicago.   March 31 and April 1 at Silk Road Theatre Project in the Historic Chicago Temple Building are sold out.  Tickets are available for the April 2 performance at the Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street, Chicago, at 8:15 pm.  This performance is part of the 16th Annual Asian American Showcase, co-sponsored by Silk Road and the Foundation for Asian American Independent Media.  Info and tickets available through the Gene Siskel Film Center box office or Ticketmaster.    p://
  • 25 Mar 2011 12:00 AM | Anonymous
    Tammy Ryan's ten minute play Random Muffin will be included in NO NAME PLAYERS SWAN DAY 2011: A Celebration of Pittsburgh's Women Artists, at the New Hazlett Theater, March 24 and 25.
  • 08 Mar 2011 7:00 PM | Robin Rice
    Following a successful premiere at Venus Theatre in Laurel, MD, in 2010, PLAY NICE! will run in New York City at 59E59 Theatre during March (produced by Ego Actus Design). Three siblings use their considerable imaginations to untangle a dangerous web and, with the help of a street poet, to emerge unscathed. Called a "gothic horror" story by an audience member at a Cleveland Public Theatre workshop. 

    Tickets:; 212-279-4200. $15-$25. Weekend matinees.

     See: for details on casting, etc.
  • 06 Mar 2011 8:24 AM | Christine Emmert

    The National Park Service commissioned this one-woman piece on Women in the ironworking industry of Pennsylvania in the 1800s.  The play, directed by Christine Emmeert who is also the playwright, will be presented at the Liberty Museum in Allentown PA on March 6th at 7 pm.  Admission is free.  For more information contact Hopewell Furnace National Site




  • 02 Mar 2011 9:16 PM | Alan Woods
    Delighted to report that my ten-minute trifle, The Danish, is now part of a touring production by Soup's On Troupe in Lubbock, Texas -- more at with photos!
  • 25 Feb 2011 7:30 PM | Anonymous
    What happens when a Cowboy Poet, a socialite, and an ex-con throw a gala to benefit Adult Literacy in New Mexico? 

    A raucous exploration of desire, ambition, trust, and hope, to the rhythms and rhymes of Country & Western music. 

    With Allison Bencar, Liz Huff, Caitlin Lewins, Cat Kenney, Deborah Magid, Peter Toomey, and Valerie Young
    Directed by Douglas Farren
    Choreography by Mary Harwood
    Musical direction by Joan Bendix
    Set design by Tyson Rand
    Arrangements by Jon Mosey

    Join us for the workshop production Friday/Saturday February 25/26 7.30pm; Sunday February 27 3pm  
    Tickets $15/general, $13 students/seniors available http://boxoffice.printtixu =0&i=0&g=0&g2=0&m=2&y=2011 or call CPT 216-631-2727
    • 25 Feb 2011 1:32 AM | Anonymous
      The award-winning SONG OF EXTINCTION by EM Lewis, directed by Peter Rothstein, will be at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis from February 25 through March 20, produced by Theater Latte Da.  The playwright will be in attendance on February 26-27, and will be doing a talk-back with the audience after that first Sunday matinee.

      Max, a musically gifted high school student, is falling off the edge of the world -- and his biology teacher is the only one who’s noticed. A new play about the science of life and loss, the relationships between fathers and sons, Cambodian fields, Bolivian rainforests and redemption. Winner of the prestigious Steinberg New Play Award and the Los Angeles Drama Critic's Award for Outstanding New Play, Song of Extinction makes its regional premiere in this Theater Latté Da production.

      Starring:  David Mura, Dan Piering, John Middleton, Carla Noack, Matt Rein and Garry Geiken.

      For more information, visit the Guthrie website.

    • 12 Feb 2011 9:38 AM | Anonymous
      Tammy Ryan's ten minute play Random Muffin will be included in SWAN DAY 2011:  a Celebration of Pittsburgh's Women Artists, at the New Hazlett Theater, Pittsburgh, PA March 24th and 25th, 8pm.
    • 30 Jan 2011 10:00 PM | Patricia Milton

      Masquers Playhouse in Pt. Richmond, CA will present a reading of Patricia Milton's two-act comedy, "Solving Sunflowers," Sunday, January 30, 2011 at 7 p.m. $5.

      "Solving Sunflowers" follows the journey of Nessa, a young widow living near Roswell, NM, on a journey from grief to recovery. The plot involves a bevy of Russian brides, the internet Church of the Random Universe, a sea monster, and a planned alien-themed amusement park.

      "Solving Sunflowers" won 3rd Prize at the 2009 Eudora Welty New Play Festival and was developed at the Last Frontier Theatre Conference 2010 and at RAW Works in Ross, CA.

      Directions to Masquers Playhouse.


    • 28 Jan 2011 8:04 PM | Anonymous
      Édouard Manet painted Berthe Morisot more than a dozen times. Then she married his brother. 


      The scenes you'll see will whet your appetite for a full production! Bonus, there will also be scenes from five other works by (in order of appearance) Faye Sholiton, Larry Nehring, Cornell Calhoun, Christopher Johnston, and Daniel Hahn.

      Berthe Morisot: Natalie Green
      Édouard Manet: Brian Pedaci
      Eugène Manet: Brian Pedaci
      Mme Morisot: Deborah Magid
      directed by Juliette Regnier

      Friday, January 21 - 8pm
      Saturday, January 22 - 8pm
      Friday, January 28 - 8pm
      Sunday, January 30 - 2.30pm

      for tickets, visit or call (216) 932-3396

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