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  • 17 Nov 2017 7:30 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton
    As one of 3 Finalists for the 2017 Roots of the Bluegrass Full-Length Play Competition, an excerpt from the comedy "The Wedding Dress" will be presented as a staged reading at the Jenny Wiley Theatre in Pikeville, KY.

    Synopsis: The frou-frou wedding dress has been worn four times -- twice by Opal's mother and twice by her sister, so of course, Opal, a passionate recycler, will wear it tomorrow even though the dress doesn't fit, Opal decided just hours ago to marry the groom, and worst of all in her mother’s view, Opal met her future husband online. Opal sister’s Nicole, a journalist and a hoarder, arrives while Karen, their mother, is pinning up the hem. Tempers flare, secrets are revealed, but even so, all have at least a chance of living happily ever after.

  • 12 Nov 2017 1:30 PM | Laura Shamas
    "Seeds," by Laura Shamas, is part of the Annual Short Play Festival at Native Voices at the Autry, Los Angeles, Sunday, Nov. 12 (1:30 p.m.) and Monday, Nov. 13, (7:30 p.m.) at La Jolla Playhouse, La Jolla California. The theme of the Short Play Festival is "Seven Generations."
    For more info: Native Voices at the Autry Museum, 4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, CA 90027.  -
  • 06 Nov 2017 3:18 PM | Shirley Barrie

    QUEEN MARIE, directed by Rosemary Doyle, will be produced at the Alumnae Theatre in Toronto, April 13 - 28, 2018 as the finale of the theatre's 100th anniversary season.  Visit for ticket information.

    QUEEN MARIE is about the tumultuous life of Marie Dressler who ran away from home at the age of 14 to join a touring theatrical troupe, rose to Broadway fame, and in her 60's became the most famous actress in America for her command of both in-your-face physical humour, and deeply felt dramatic emotion.  QUEEN MARIE celebrates the performer while revealing the personal joys and pain that lie beneath the performance.

  • 06 Nov 2017 3:15 PM | Shirley Barrie

    REVELATION will be produced in Shifting Spaces, a program of 3 one-act plays by Those Women Productions at Live Oak Theatre, Berkeley CA from March 23 - April 8, 2018

    “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.

  • 06 Nov 2017 3:10 PM | Shirley Barrie

    AUDIENCE is in an evening of very short plays produced by Durham Shoestring Performers, at the Arts Resource Centre, 45 Queen St., Oshawa Ontario.

    John persuades a reluctant Jenna to “try” the upcoming show. As they wait for the performance to start they bicker about his passion for theatre, but their fight reveals the cracks in their relationship. Will he choose theatre or her?

  • 22 Oct 2017 2:00 PM | stephanie satie

    Ten women, whose lives have been transformed first, by extraordinary events in their country of birth, then by their response to America. 

    This is an Encore performance at United Solo Festival as Stephanie was an award winner in 2014 for Silent Witnesses. 

    All tickets are $37.25 via Telecharge (212-239-6200) or the Box office at Theatre Row 410 W.42 St. NY 

  • 18 Oct 2017 3:53 PM | Patricia Milton

    Hearts of Palm by Patricia Milton

    Produced by Theatre Esprit Asia, the show will run October 7 through 29, 2017, Friday and Saturday 7:30pm | Sunday 2pm, additional 2pm matinee on Saturday, Oct. 21, at ACAD Gallery Theatre, 1400 Dallas St., Aurora CO.

    Greedy American corporate executives find themselves enmeshed with rebels in a southeast Asian island country’s revolution. Milton treats with savage wit issues of white male privilege, gender inequality, corporate greed, violent nationalism and collusion of indigenous peoples with colonialists.

    More info and tickets here.

  • 16 Oct 2017 7:30 PM | Qurell Wright

    Panther Woman, a fictional account of one woman's experience in the original Black Panther Party for Self Defense returns to NYC. Dates: October 16th - 21st; 7:30pm at the Playroom Theater, 151 W. 46th St. 8th Floor. Tickets $30.00.  Visit or call 800.838.3006 to purchase.  

  • 06 Oct 2017 12:25 PM | Aphra Behn

    OCTOBER 6 – WP Presents a Guerrilla Girls On Tour performance

    Guerrilla Girls On Tour presents 
If You Can Stand the Heat: A History of Women and Food

    This new comedy is an energetic romp through humorous historical moments in the lives and works of world renowned master chef Julia Child, acclaimed food writer M.F.K. Fisher, and the grand dame of southern cooking Edna Lewis, with a focus on issues surrounding women and food such as body image, eating disorders, and global hunger. The result is a hilarious, flour-dusted, stage conversation meant to dissolve fears of food and encourage freedom of the fork. 

    Shea Center for the Performing Arts, William Patterson University

    300 Pompton Road, Wayne, NJ 07470-2103

    8PM For tickets:

    TICKETS: $15.00

  • 06 Oct 2017 9:08 AM | Patricia L. Morin (Administrator)

    Staged reading for the @SFOlympians festival, October 6th at 7:30 at the @Exittheatre, San Francisco. @Patmorin

    Wepwawet, an Egyptian Scout God, head of a jackal and human body, opener of ways and opportunity, comes alive again in Jack. Jack, a small time talent scout fights to keep the the big time scouts boys and girls away from his small-town talent.

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