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2001 Conference - Portland, Oregon, USA

September 6-9

DOWN TO EARTH - Practical Sessions for Playwrights

Programme:

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2001

5:00 - 10:00pm PREGISTRATION - Check-in, Refreshments, Conversation Room 121, Lincoln Hall, Portland State University SW, Broadway and Market


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2001


WORKSHOPS:
The Studio Theatre, Lincoln Hall, Portland State University

Welcome and Announcements

Keynote Address by Sandra Dempsey (Calgary, Alberta)

The Playwright and the Dramaturg -
Karin Magaldi-Unger (Portland)
Linda Eisenstein (Cleveland, Ohio)

Lunch Break

The Playwright and New Play Development -
Rose Riordan, Portland Center Stage
and playwrights
Dori Appel (Ashland, OR),
Mary Lathrop (Seattle, WA)
Rachel Rubin Ladutke (New York)

4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
READINGS OF PLAYS BY ICWP MEMBERS
Venue: Winningstad Theatre, Portland Center for the Performing Arts 1111, SW Broadway (Main and Broadway)

THE PLAY READINGS
Talkback Leader: TERESA CELSI
Stage Manager: CHRIS BALO

4:00 PM

Adam's First Wife by ELLEN WEST
Women Behind the Walls by CLAIRE BRAZ-VALENTINE
The Last Duchess by BETTY L. MCLANE-ILES
Sabbath Bride by MARY LATHROP

Director: TRISH EGAN
Director of Sabbath Bride: FRANCESCA SANDERS

5:10 PM

I Am a Black Girl by FRANCESCA SANDERS
A Flea, A Fly by BLYTHE URUTIA
Clary's Exodus by RACHEL RUBIN LADUTKE
Spotlight on Amber by MARY BEST TINSLEY
Director: MOIRA KELLER

7:00 PM

How Darlene Coleman Became a Professional Eulogist and the Most Popular Girl on the Funeral Circuit by KRISTAN RYAN
Revolution #9 by GINNY FOSTER
A Grass Sandwich Is Better Than Two Salads by DEVORAH NAMM
Director: CARMELA LANZA-WEIL

8:30 PM

ANNE HATHAWAY -
A Reading presented by Tygres Heart Theatre Company

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2001

WORKSHOPS:
The Studio Theatre, Lincoln Hall, Portland State University

Announcements

Keynote Address by Dmae Roberts (Portland)


The Playwright and the Producer:

Louanne Moldovan (Cygnet Theatre, Portland),
Matt Zbreski (Stark Raving, Portland),
and either Allen Nause or Stephanie Mulligan
from Artists Repertory Theatre (Portland)

Lunch Break

The Playwright and the Director

Gretchen Corbett (Portland)
Jane Unger (Portland)

4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
READINGS OF PLAYS BY ICWP MEMBERS
Venue: Winningstad Theatre, Portland Center for the Performing Arts

4:00 PM

Noodling by VICKI CAROLINE CHEATWOOD
Sweet Maggie Blues by KAY KELLAM COOK
Barbie Und Ken by SANDRA DEMPSEY
The Pause by DORI APPEL
Director: FAYRA TEETERS
Directors of The Pause:
DORI APPEL, KARIN MAGALDI-UNGER
ACTORS: ESTHER VEGDAHL, ARLENE EAST, CHARISSA HANSON, JIM DAVIS


5:10 PM

F2F by LINDA EISENSTEIN
Memory Box by PATRICIA PARKER
In the Name of Forgiveness by SANDRA DE HELEN and STORMY GALE
Mutilations by JO ADAMSON
Director: KIMBERLY HOWARD
Director of Mutilations: FRANCESCA SANDERS


7:00 PM

Mandolin by JENNIFER BLOOMFIELD
Running Out of Gas by SUSAN GIDDING-GREEN
Be My Baby! by MICHELE FORSTEN
One Fiery Leaf by G.L. HORTON
Director: KATE HAWKES

8:30 PM

ANNE HATHAWAY
A Reading presented by Tygres Heart Theatre Company´┐Ż

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9: Winningstad Theatre

10:00-12:00 Noon WRAP-UP AND OPEN MIKE at the Winningstad Theatre

THE PLAY READINGS
Friday, September 7, 2001
Talkback Leader: TERESA CELSI
Stage Manager: CHRIS BALO

4:00 PM

Adam's First Wife by ELLEN WEST
Women Behind the Walls by CLAIRE BRAZ-VALENTINE
The Last Duchess by BETTY L. MCLANE-ILES
Sabbath Bride by MARY LATHROP

Director: TRISH EGAN
Director of Sabbath Bride: FRANCESCA SANDERS

5:10 PM

I Am a Black Girl by FRANCESCA SANDERS
A Flea, A Fly by BLYTHE URUTIA
Clary's Exodus by RACHEL RUBIN LADUTKE
Spotlight on Amber by MARY BEST TINSLEY
Director: MOIRA KELLER

7:00 PM

How Darlene Coleman Became a Professional Eulogist and the Most Popular Girl on the Funeral Circuit by KRISTAN RYAN
Revolution #9 by GINNY FOSTER
A Grass Sandwich Is Better Than Two Salads by DEVORAH NAMM
Director: CARMELA LANZA-WEIL

8:30 PM

ANNE HATHAWAY -
A Reading presented by Tygres Heart Theatre Company




 
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