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  • 14 Nov 2010 6:59 PM | Pam Steadman
    GOING TO THE DOGS:
    Saturday, November 20
    PLAY IN New York City (Midtown)
    9:00 PM -11:00 PM
    Also on Sunday, November 21--2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    Payan Theatre in New York City
    Times Square Arts Center
    300 W. 43rd Street, New York (Fifth floor Studio).
    Tickets: $18.00 at the door.
    Info: 212-957-8358

    Ten-MInute Play, "Going to the Dogs."
    What happens when a soured-on-life elitist and an aging bohemian 
    vegan try very hard to come to grips with life in a 55+ retirement 
    Mecca of Discontent?  “Irving,” the family dog, is really deceased 
    husband, Len, in this dark yet ridiculous comedy of lost 
    desires, regrets, and reincarnation! 
    Local Asbury Park playwright, Pam Munson Steadman, will be 
    directing her new short comedy, "Going to the Dogs," in 
    an off-off Broadway production 
    It is part of an arts festival of several short plays presented
     by Strike 38 Productions of Manhattan/John Chatterton
  • 25 Aug 2010 10:14 AM | Deleted user

    Out of Time & Place: An Anthology of Plays by the Women’s Project Playwrights Lab Members features a hilarious and biting introduction by Theresa Rebeck that challenges the American theatre to celebrate and produce its women playwrights, and the anthology showcases the extraordinary work of eleven of them. The playwrights included in the book are as diverse in style, background and experience as they are talented. Collectively, they’ve been produced, published and received awards on four continents. Their work’s been seen on NY and regional main stages, as well as edgy downtown black boxes—if you don’t know these writers’ work yet, you soon will.

    Edited by Alexis Clements with Christine Evans, the anthology also includes a preface by Megan Carter.

    Volume 1 includes:

    Back From The Front by Lynn Rosen
    Rewind by Laura Eason
    The Quiver of Children by Charity Henson-Ballard
    The Vigil or The Guided Cradle by Crystal Skillman
    Weightless by Christine Evans

    Volume 2 includes:

    At Her Feet by Nadia Davids
    Conversation by Alexis Clements
    Le Fou by Bekah Brunstetter
    Sleeping Rough by Kara Manning
    TBA by Carla Ching
    Undone by Andrea Thome

    This anthology is published by Women’s Project & Productions, Inc.

    Buy your copies and learn more here:

    http://www.outoftimeandplace.com/

    (This two-volume anthology is available as a paperback and a PDF download.)

  • 30 Jul 2010 4:26 PM | Martha Patterson

    Includes monologue "Marnie" from THE BIG HAT, by Martha Patterson - published by JAC Publishing & Promotions.

  • 30 Jul 2010 12:25 PM | Donna Spector
    Donna Spector's poetry collection, THE WOMAN WHO MARRIED HERSELF, was published in April, 2010, by Evening Street Press as a finalist for the Sinclair Poetry Prize.
  • 19 May 2010 4:39 AM | Angelina Llongueras
    "El libro que tiene ahora el lector en sus manos es producto de una valiente mujer que pone el dedo en la llaga, y os hace adquirir mayor conciencia de los problemas entre un grupo cultural que detenta la hegemonía cultural, y la expresividad de las comunidades indígneas del país, a las que margina y obstaculiza"

    Martha Julia Toriz Proenza
    CITRU Researcher
    (Prologue to "El Teatro Poblano Autóctono: Identidad contra Esperpento")

    Edición: Soc. Juan Coba Caiza, Teatro Arawa, Universidad de Guayaquil, Ecuador, 2004.
  • 19 May 2010 4:29 AM | Angelina Llongueras

    Phoolan is all of us: In Memory of Phooolan Devi  is conceived as a homage to this woman from India, of low caste, that was a bandit and a member of Parliament, a candidate to the Nobel Peace Prize and that was finally murdered in 2001.

    Published by Editorial AADPC (Associació d'Actords i Directors Professionals de Catalunya), Col.lecció Teatre-Entreacte, núm. 63, Barcelona, 2006




  • 03 Mar 2010 2:34 PM | Deleted user

    An early reviewer claims SATAN'S CHAMBER, by Molly Best Tinsley and Karetta Hubbard, is the the first feminist spy thriller!  The novel, published by Fuze, a small press in Virginia, and currently in its second printing, is available on Amazon, through the Fuze website (www.fuzepublishing.com), and at independent bookstores.  For more information, including a peek at the Prologue and Chapter One, please visit the SATAN'S CHAMBER website (www.satanschamber.com).

  • 22 Feb 2010 3:14 PM | Patricia Milton
    Patricia Milton's short black comedy, "Busybody," has been published by Original Works Publishing.

    "a chilling little tale designed for maximum emotional discomfort."

    - The Contra Costa Times (San Francisco)

  • 21 Feb 2010 5:07 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton

     
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    Nancy Gall-Clayton's full-length play Just Taking Up Space, about a troubled teen, is one of 14 plays in a new anthology entitled World Premieres from Horse Cave Theatre. Located in a most unlikely place (a town with a population of 2,000 in Kentucky's cave country), Horse Cave Theatre, a Lort D theatre, had an acclaimed program for developing playwrights under the stewardship of Warren Hammack from 1981 to 2001. Marc Masterson, Artistic Director of Actors Theatre of Louisville, calls the anthology "essential reading for those curious to explore who we are in contemporary times."

    Publisher: MotesBooks (http://www.motesbooks.com) 2009
    ISBN: 978-1-934894-15-6





  • 26 Oct 2009 7:07 AM | Anonymous
    Coni Ciongoli-Koepfinger's drama "Candledancing: The Voice of Julian of Norwich"
    CANDLEDANCING examines the synthesis of humanity's physical, mental, and spiritual dimensions by weaving together the words, thoughts, and feelings of its sincere yet disconcerted characters who seek to understand the meaning of their lives.

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