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3rd Annual Georgetown Washington DC SWAN Day

  • 27 Mar 2010
  • 12:00 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Various Venues: Barnes & Noble, Grace Church the Foundry, MOCA Gallery

Registration

The 3rd Annual Georgetown Washington DC SWAN Day
Saturday, March 27!

The Georgetown Theatre Company
and
Women in Film and Video
bring a Day of FREE Performances by Women Artists to Georgetown!

Contact: Catherine Aselford, The Georgetown Theatre Company
Phone: 703-915-1061
Email: tgtc@earthlink.net

FULLER SCHEDULE COMING SOON
 

At Grace Church:

1:00-6:00pm
Staged Reading Marathon – Full-length, one-act and 15-minute plays by Women from around the USA – and beyond!  Performed and directed by DC’s best theatre talent.

HIGHLIGHT:  * Don’t miss Rebecca Nesvet’s adaptation of Mary Shelley’s story, The Mortal Immortal

At Barnes & Noble:  

12noon Dishing with the Girls - an open discussion between a panel of women artists & the community
 
1:00-3:00pm Performances, including Poetry, Theatre and Performance Art

HIGHLIGHT: *  Don’t miss BodyLogue, Deepti Gupta’s story of growing up in India, surrounded by negative messages about dark skin, weight and being a woman.

At CDIA Boston in The Foundry:

1:00pm - Short films by an elite selection of female film talent

At MOCA Gallery in Canal Square:

2:00-5:00pm, and 7:00-8:30pm The Edgy StuffPerformances & readings that aren’t for the under-aged

HIGHLIGHT:  * 2:00pm
sketch comedy by New York's Curvy By Nature

HIGHLIGHT: * 7:00pm
Staged Reading  & Discussion of Belle Parricide, a collaborative theatre work about incest and murder – based on a True Crime…of Renaissance Italy.

 
Venues:

*Barnes & Noble, 3040 M Street, NW - corner of M & Thomas Jefferson Streets, NW

*CDIA Boston in The Foundry, 1055 Thomas Jefferson St., NW 

*Grace Church,1041 Wisconsin Ave., NW

* MOCA Gallery in Canal Square, 1054 31st St, NW -- or enter Canal Square from M St.

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