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  • 08 Aug 2009 9:31 AM | Linda Evans

       EMBRACE ARMS wins 12 th annual Playfair

    by LINDA EVANS:     A retired army Sergeant receives transplant from daughter

         Performances: October 29 (Thurs) 8PM 

                            October 30 (Fri) 8PM

                            October 31 (Sat) 8PM

     NW OHIO CONTEST               

    ENCORE THEATER (civic theater)  991 N. Shore Drive, Lima, OH

           419-223-8866 or 800-944-1441

  • 17 Jul 2009 8:33 AM | Andrea Lepcio
     July 27-30 at 7:00 PM
    New Perspectives Theatre


    SAD MAD GLAD BAD

    Off the Page New Play Series. 

  • 16 Jul 2009 4:56 PM | Sandra de Helen
    de Helen will do a performance reading of her solo play "Copperheads and Common Women" Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings July 20-22, 2009 at the CoHo Theatre in Portland, OR. 
  • 05 Jul 2009 6:47 PM | Deleted user
    AND SOPHIE COMES TOO, by Meryl Cohn, directed by Mark Finley, will be produced by TOSOS as part of the New York International Fringe Festival. Will Sophie Abramowitz wake from her coma? Her daughters hope not. Barbara fears a medical miracle; Perfect Rose is falling apart, and Sandra wants a penis. And Sophie Comes Too is a comedy about becoming fully conscious as one’s self. "Cohn’s genius is drawing characters who manage to be simultaneously over-the-top and innately human… Whatever your own family dynamics, this is a play that will make you laugh and also, sometimes rather unexpectedly, strike you with its depth." — The Cape Cod Times review. NYC Performance dates: SAT 8/15 @ 4:30 p.m. TUE 8/18 @ 12:15 p.m. WED 8/19 @ 7:00 p.m. MON 8/24 @ 5:30 p.m. SAT 8/29 @ 10:30 p.m. VENUE #13: The Cherry Pit, 155 Bank Street (between West Side Highway & Washington Street). SUBWAY: A, C, E, 1 to 14th Street For more info: http://www.tosos2.org/Sophie.htm
  • 30 Jun 2009 5:59 AM | Debbie Miller

    Member Debbie L. Feldman's monologue "Trumpet Blues" will appear in the Cedar Lane Stage play festival in July.  "Trumpet Blues" was performed in the Universal Theatre festival in Provincetown, Massachusetts earlier this year and Feldman performed the monologue in her first one-person show ("Driven") in Manhattan in 2002.

    "Trumpet Blues" is set in Jackson, Mississippi in 1959 and tells the story of Betsy McAllister, a white woman who grew up in Mississippi who loved Blues music and later started a record label to record her favorite musicians.  Feldman is expanding the monologue into a full-length stage play with live Delta Blues music. 

       

  • 23 Jun 2009 6:18 PM | Anonymous
    Why'd Ya Make Me Wear This, Joe? (aka Still Photos) will be produced by Venus Theater in Laurel, Virginia, Sept 3 -27. Why'd Ya Make Me Wear This, Joe? is about two women who fall in love with each while their men are in the South Pacific fighting in World War II. When the war ends, the women have some hard choices to make.
  • 19 Jun 2009 7:12 PM | Emily Cicchini

    Pattern Nation is Pollyanna's third installment of the adventures of Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow, some unlikely friends who explore patterns found in music, nature and visual art, as well as patterns in human behavior. Pollyanna's youngest patrons loved Patterns and then More Patterns, making these returning characters some of the most popular characters resident playwright Emily Cicchini has ever created. This play is a fast-paced theatrical exploration that gives children in the audience an opportunity to recognize Symmetry, rhythms, sequence, and order in the everyday world around them.

    Will be enjoyed by audiences of all ages, even Pollyanna's youngest patrons who are ages 4-7.

    June 19-27*
    Friday, June 19 at 9:15 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
    Saturday, June 20 at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
    and
    Sunday, June 21 at 2:00 p.m.
    Tuesday, June 23 at 9:15 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
    Wednesday, June 24 at 9:15 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
    Thursday, June 25 at 9:15 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
    Friday, June 26 at 9:15 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
    Saturday, June 27 at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

    *No performances held Monday, June 22

    Presented at The Long Center for the Performing Arts
    Rollins Studio Theatre
    Tickets at $6.25 for children under 12, $7.25 for student age 12 and older, ACOT members and Seniors, and $8.25 for adults
    GROUP RATES FOR SCHOOLS GROUPS ranging from $3.00-$5.00 are available depending on the total number of tickets reserved.

    Financial Aid is available based on financial need.

    Call for Reservations and Information:  (512) 743-7966


    http://www.pollytheatre.org/patternNation.html

  • 12 Jun 2009 9:12 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton
    Sweet Potato Pie(s), my short comedy about a blind date, will be produced during the Boca Raton Theatre Guild's "Grab Our Shorts #7," at Willow Theatre in Boca Raton, Florida (USA). There will be four shows the weekend of July24. For more information and tickets (only $8.50), visit http://www.bocaratontheatreguild.org. I'll be attending the Saturday matinee and would love to see ICWP friends!
  • 06 Jun 2009 6:06 PM | Patricia Milton

    “A Disturbance in the Farce” is a French farce gone horribly wrong. Modern-day troubles invade a classic French farce – including pandemic flu and terrorism - and three men lose their pants within ten short minutes. It goes up June 12 & 13 and June 19 & 20 at the Off-Market Theatre in San Francisco. This is a short play smackdown where the audience votes for their favorites, and the winner gets a commission!

    More at Pianofight Productions: I am in Round Six, so not on the site as of today.

  • 28 May 2009 4:52 PM | Deleted user
    The play "A Mother's Scorn" is based on sexual abuse in an affluent family's home in Glen Ridge, New Jersey. The play is powerful, enlightening, remarkably magnificent, and comical. It shows the reality that occurs in everyday life of people globally. Plus, it diverts the attention away from low-income neighborhoods that experience sexual abuse and domestic violence in the home due to socioeconomic problems in most cases. It reminds us all that when it comes to race, color, religion, power, wealth, and class sexual abuse and domestic violence affects all different kinds of people. Thus, affluent people experience the same type of abuse, but exercise the advantage to conceal their personal family issues due to money and power. Meanwhile, poor families are perceived as bait for the media, and this is why we hear more about their cases compared to affluent families. Come out and see the play you will enjoy every minute of it all.

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