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  • 18 Mar 2018 2:00 PM | Anonymous

    Sunday March 18, 2:00 pm

    Includes a Monologue by Farzana Moon


    Honoring Stephanie Gregory Clifford as Woman of the Day this Women’s History Month on March toward #MeToo Movement. /Historic leap to believe the victims of sexual assaults.

    Theatre women sharing their works

    National Action Network
    House of Justice
    106 West, 145th St. New York NY 10039

    Free and Open to the Public : Wheeelchair acccessible.

    Phone for information:: 212-864-1611

    Hashtag #MeTooTheatreWomen

    Download Flyer 

    MeToo Event Flier.7a FINAL FINAL.jpg

  • 16 Mar 2018 8:00 PM | Carol Lashof

    Premiere production of The Melting Pot, a play by Carol Lashof

         Everyday Inferno Theater at The Access Theater, 380 Broadway, NYC

    Boy meets Girl, Nation meets Metaphor. A story about love, immigration, and the culture wars.



  • 15 Mar 2018 7:00 PM | Jean Klein

    Alchemical Studios , 104 West 14th Street, New York, NY, 10011. Tickets are 

    $15.00

  • 09 Mar 2018 5:38 PM | Tammy Ryan

    Lost Boy in Whole Foods, production, Kalamazoo Civic Theatre, ​April 6-22  https://www.kazoocivic.com/lost-boy-found-in-whole-foods-2017-2018


  • 09 Mar 2018 5:23 PM | Tammy Ryan

    Hurricane Colleen, reading, Ignite Festival 2018 at The Repertory Theater of St. Louis, directed by Seth Gordon, March 27 at 7:30 at the Emerson Studio Theater and March 28 at 7:30 at UMSL at Grance Center Avenue. For more information: http://www.repstl.org/events/detail/ignite-festival-of-new-plays-2018

    Synopsis

    Six months after their sister Colleen has died of cancer, two women rent a beach house in Melbourne, Fla., to scatter her ashes. But when a tropical depression suddenly turns into a hurricane and strange encounters with wildlife occur, the sisters struggle to ride out the storms both outside and inside. From the author of Molly’s Hammer, developed in Ignite! and produced at The Rep in 2016.


  • 07 Mar 2018 3:14 PM | Farzana Moon

     

    #MeToo

    Theatre women sharing their works

    Sunday March 18, 2018, 2:00 PM

    National Action Network

    House of Justice

    106 West, 145th St. New York NY 10039

                                    http://farzanamoon.blogspot.com

     

    Monologue written by Farzana Moon

    Stormy Nights

    I am Stormy Daniels. I had an affair with Donald Trump when Melania was pregnant. For the price of my silence not to disclose Trump’s adulterous affair I was offered one hundred and thirty thousand dollars which made me twice the victim of my own nightmares. The first time I was victim of my own guilt for being the lover of conscienceless Trump while Melania languished at home, heavy with child. My second time as a victim began with ‘Me Too’ movement when women stood up against the sexual harassment and I couldn’t say a word, since my silence was bought at a heavy price. During all those years between then and now, my sufferings never ended, for inside the cage of my own mind I remained a prisoner, shackled by chains of remorse, my heart wounded and bleeding. But now, the purple wound in my heart is abscessed and throbbing under the burden of too heavy a ransom for my silence. This silence within me is soaked in my blood and veins, my body revolting against the violence done to women by men rich, craven, egotistic and vainglorious who can buy carnal pleasures at their own whim or caprice. This ‘Me Too’ movement has awakened me to the realization of the hopeless, helpless pain of countless women who have been victims of sexual harassment for years, but their lips were sealed for the shame of being violated and for the brutal fact that even if they were to expose their naked shame to the world, no one would be willing to believe their tragic plight. Before Trump became president, and listening to his tapes, bragging about his salacious assaults on women, not only wounded my heart but bruised my mind afresh, wild and tortured. After Trump became president he kept insulting the women he had sexually assaulted, and the globe of shame within my mind became a searing, maddening mirror, reflecting a myriad of torments those innocent women suffered while Trump corrupted the Oval Office with his lies grand and fantastic. Exulting in his sexual assaults by denial and arrogance, even siding with Roy Moore the pedophile, backed by legion of Republicans to corrupt the very air of Senate Halls. This reek of corruption from White House nauseates me and I long to comfort my ‘Me Too’ sisters, but Trumpian Lawyers follow me like hounds, poised to stab me with the knife of their lies till I am bled to death. I beg you, please take your blood money back, even take my life, you liars lawyers vultures, but before that speak I will, telling the truth, my story, the tragic story of every women in the world who has suffered through the carnal desires of men-beast. Even if one man-beast Trump can be held accountable for his sins and removed from the Oval Office, world would become a better place.


  • 07 Mar 2018 3:11 PM | Farzana Moon


     


    #MeToo


    Theatre women sharing their works


    Sunday March 18, 2018, 2:00 PM


    National Action Network


    House of Justice


    106 West, 145th St. New York NY 10039


                                    http://farzanamoon.blogspot.com


     


    Monologue written by Farzana Moon


    Stormy Nights


    I am Stormy Daniels. I had an affair with Donald Trump when Melania was pregnant. For the price of my silence not to disclose Trump’s adulterous affair I was offered one hundred and thirty thousand dollars which made me twice the victim of my own nightmares. The first time I was victim of my own guilt for being the lover of conscienceless Trump while Melania languished at home, heavy with child. My second time as a victim began with ‘Me Too’ movement when women stood up against the sexual harassment and I couldn’t say a word, since my silence was bought at a heavy price. During all those years between then and now, my sufferings never ended, for inside the cage of my own mind I remained a prisoner, shackled by chains of remorse, my heart wounded and bleeding. But now, the purple wound in my heart is abscessed and throbbing under the burden of too heavy a ransom for my silence. This silence within me is soaked in my blood and veins, my body revolting against the violence done to women by men rich, craven, egotistic and vainglorious who can buy carnal pleasures at their own whim or caprice. This ‘Me Too’ movement has awakened me to the realization of the hopeless, helpless pain of countless women who have been victims of sexual harassment for years, but their lips were sealed for the shame of being violated and for the brutal fact that even if they were to expose their naked shame to the world, no one would be willing to believe their tragic plight. Before Trump became president, and listening to his tapes, bragging about his salacious assaults on women, not only wounded my heart but bruised my mind afresh, wild and tortured. After Trump became president he kept insulting the women he had sexually assaulted, and the globe of shame within my mind became a searing, maddening mirror, reflecting a myriad of torments those innocent women suffered while Trump corrupted the Oval Office with his lies grand and fantastic. Exulting in his sexual assaults by denial and arrogance, even siding with Roy Moore the pedophile, backed by legion of Republicans to corrupt the very air of Senate Halls. This reek of corruption from White House nauseates me and I long to comfort my ‘Me Too’ sisters, but Trumpian Lawyers follow me like hounds, poised to stab me with the knife of their lies till I am bled to death. I beg you, please take your blood money back, even take my life, you liars lawyers vultures, but before that speak I will, telling the truth, my story, the tragic story of every women in the world who has suffered through the carnal desires of men-beast. Even if one man-beast Trump can be held accountable for his sins and removed from the Oval Office, world would become a better place.



  • 04 Mar 2018 2:00 PM | Paddy Gillard-Bentley


    FLUSH INK PRODUCTIONS

    presents

    SHE SPEAKS #MeToo

    Staged readings of short plays, monologues & poetry
    on the theme of #MeToo because #TimesUp

    Waterloo Tennis Club - In Waterloo Park - Waterloo, On. Canada


    Donations at the door will go to
    Vera's Place & Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region

    This is the program (subject to change)

    The Play's the Thing…

    JUST FOR THE WEEKEND 
    By Christine Emmert
    Directed by Colleen Daley
    Performed by Kate Urquhart & Joanna Cleary

    OUT OF BODY ON A TRAIN
    By Erin Moughon-Smith
    Directed by Colleen Daley
    Performed by Shelagh Ranalli & Tracey Eccleston 

    CAMOUFLAGE 
    By Brenda Foley
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Cathy MooreScott Cooper & Robin Bennett

    IS THERE AN APP FOR THAT?
    By Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Directed by Colleen Daley
    Performed by Suzanne Langdon, Robin Bennett & Tracy Biggar

    MAGGIE 
    By Joanna Cleary
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Bo Margaret (Sat) Darlene Spencer (Sun) & Colleen Daley

    SNOW EVERYWHERE DESCENDING
    By Jean Hedgecock Armstrong
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Shelagh Ranalli, Robin Bennett & Scott Cooper

    RUTH
    By Geralyn Horton
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Mary Neil

    SALLY'S MONOLOGUE
    By Donna Spector
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Lynne McIntee

    FÉNIX 
    By Diana Burbano
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Ámbar Hernández 

    FULL FATHOM FIVE MY FATHER’S LIES
    By Frances Roberts-Reilly
    Directed by Colleen Daley
    Performed by Tracy Biggar

    TWO GIRLS 
    By Allie Costa 
    Directed by Colleen Daley
    Performed by Joanna Cleary & Tracey Kenyon

    YELLOW CAB – BLACK CAB
    By Darlene Spencer
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Cathy Moore

    IT MUST BE GOOD, RIGHT?
    By The Jazz Musician's Daughter
    Performed by Colleen Daley

    NEW OLD STUFF
    By Kate Urquhart
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Suzanne Langdon

    Because of the sensitive nature of these pieces of theatre...

    TRIGGER WARNINGS . TRIGGER WARNINGS . TRIGGER WARNINGS

    A talkback will follow with the audience. Joan, a staff member from The Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region will be on hand to answer the hard questions.

  • 03 Mar 2018 8:00 PM | Paddy Gillard-Bentley

    FLUSH INK PRODUCTIONS

    presents

    Staged readings of short plays, monologues & poetry
    on the theme of #MeToo because #TimesUp

    Emmanuel United Church - 22 Bridgeport Rd. W. - Waterloo, On. Canada

    Donations at the door will go to
    Vera's Place & Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region

    This is the program (subject to change)

    The Play's the Thing…

    JUST FOR THE WEEKEND 
    By Christine Emmert
    Directed by Colleen Daley
    Performed by Kate Urquhart & Joanna Cleary

    OUT OF BODY ON A TRAIN
    By Erin Moughon-Smith
    Directed by Colleen Daley
    Performed by Shelagh Ranalli & Tracey Eccleston 

    CAMOUFLAGE 
    By Brenda Foley
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Cathy MooreScott Cooper & Robin Bennett

    IS THERE AN APP FOR THAT?
    By Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Directed by Colleen Daley
    Performed by Suzanne Langdon, Robin Bennett & Tracy Biggar

    MAGGIE 
    By Joanna Cleary
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Bo Margaret (Sat) Darlene Spencer (Sun) & Colleen Daley

    SNOW EVERYWHERE DESCENDING
    By Jean Hedgecock Armstrong
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Shelagh Ranalli, Robin Bennett & Scott Cooper

    RUTH
    By Geralyn Horton
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Mary Neil

    SALLY'S MONOLOGUE
    By Donna Spector
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Lynne McIntee

    FÉNIX 
    By Diana Burbano
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Ámbar Hernández 

    FULL FATHOM FIVE MY FATHER’S LIES
    By Frances Roberts-Reilly
    Directed by Colleen Daley
    Performed by Tracy Biggar

    TWO GIRLS 
    By Allie Costa 
    Directed by Colleen Daley
    Performed by Joanna Cleary & Tracey Kenyon

    YELLOW CAB – BLACK CAB
    By Darlene Spencer
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Cathy Moore

    IT MUST BE GOOD, RIGHT?
    By The Jazz Musician's Daughter
    Performed by Colleen Daley

    NEW OLD STUFF
    By Kate Urquhart
    Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley
    Performed by Suzanne Langdon

    Because of the sensitive nature of these pieces of theatre...

    TRIGGER WARNINGS . TRIGGER WARNINGS . TRIGGER WARNINGS

    A talkback will follow with the audience. Joan, a staff member from The Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region will be on hand to answer the hard questions.

  • 02 Mar 2018 8:15 AM | Amy Drake

    TRUTH AGAINST THE WORLD: THE LIFE AND LOVES OF FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT written and directed by Christine Toy Johnson (conceived by Alan Campbell and Christine Toy Johnson) will have its world premiere on April 2-3 at North Carolina State's Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre in Raleigh, NC. The play stars Tony-nominee Alan Campbell (SUNSET BLVD.) as Mr. Wright. The Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre is located at 2241 Dunn Ave, Raleigh, NC 27606. For details and tickets, please visit https://tickets.arts.ncsu.edu.

    TILL SOON, ANNE (book and lyrics by Christine Toy Johnson, music by Bobby Cronin) will have a concert presentation on April 23 in NYC at Shetler Studios, PH1, 244 W. 54 Street, starring Abby Mueller (BEAUTIFUL) and Wade McCollum (ERNEST SHACKLETON LOVES ME), directed by Lisa Rothe. The performance is being done with support from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Creative Engagement Fund. For more details and to RSVP, please email aasongwriters@gmail.com.


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