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  • 18 Mar 2019 7:30 PM | Patricia Milton

    A reading of HOW TO STOP HATING YOUR LIFE by Patricia Milton, presented by the Playwrights Center of San Francisco.

    7:30 p.m.
    Shelton Theater (downstairs), 533 Sutter (btw. Powell and Mason),
    San Francisco, CA
    $5-10 suggested donation/your discretion/members free

    America's Self-Help Expert, MJ Powers, has a three-step plan to create the perfect life. She's even written the book on relationship happiness. So why is her own relationship teetering on the brink? Gently spoofing the fringes of America's self-help movement, How to Stop Hating Your Life examines our very human capacity to delude, pretend, and evade ... yet eventually find our way to real love.

    Patricia Milton's plays include Bamboozled (2018 Outstanding Production and Ensemble, TBA Awards), Hearts of Palm, Enemies: Foreign and Domestic (2015 Outstanding World Premiere Play, TBA Awards) and Reduction in Force, all for Central Works Theatre. Believers was produced in San Francisco, Monterey, CA, and in Istanbul, Turkey; and Without Mercy premiered at Off Broadway West Theatre Company. 3Girls Theatre premiered Moments of Truth, her musical co-written with Caroline Altman. Patricia is co-author with Andrew Black of It's Murder, Mary! (New Conservatory Theatre Center), and other plays. She is resident playwright at Central Works, and serves as the Northern California Rep for the Dramatists Guild.

    Patricia Milton's website

  • 16 Mar 2019 7:00 PM | Amy Oestreicher

    premiere solo show at the Triad Theater. Passageways is an original song cycle with live music, and artwork projections, all created by the performer. Music, humor and art, interwoven with autobiographical narrative, as the creativity of the artist becomes an unexpected passageway through profound crisis. On passageways, there's no way in, no way out, only through. So why not laugh, dance and paint our way towards the light? Musical Direction and Arrangements by Bob Goldstone, and Direction by Shellen Lubin. 

    PASSAGEWAYS: Songs of Connections, Abnormal and Sublime will perform at The Triad (158 West 72nd Street) with performances on Saturday March 16th at 7pm, and Sunday March 31st at 3pm. Tickets are $15 plus a two-drink minimum and can be purchased online at, and

  • 18 Feb 2019 8:00 PM | Diane Baia Hale

    The Blank Theatre’s Living Room Series presents a staged reading of Diane Baia Hale’s full-length drama The Rake of His Heart directed by Andrew Lynford. The performance will take place at 8:00 p.m., Monday, February 18, at The Blank’s 2nd Stage Theatre, 6500 Santa Monica Blvd, Hollywood, CA. $15 suggested donation.

    The Rake of His Heart was inspired by the true story of the unlikeliest spy of WWII: April in Paris and love is in the air, but so is the sound of Nazi jackboots. Posing as the female chanteuse L’Hirondelle by night, working with American Oss officer Virginia Hall by day, Denis Rake—a homosexual British actor lives dangerously enough. But when Max Halder, a gay German colonel, falls for him the stakes soar even higher.

  • 17 Feb 2019 1:19 PM | Carolyn Nur Wistrand


    “She Danced with a Red Fish,” the winner of the 2018 Inkslinger Playwriting Competition, written by Carolyn Nur Wistrand, will be performed on Feb. 19-22, 2019

    The competition called for an original, unpublished, full-length play for the university. Anne-Liese Fox, third time guest director for the theatre department, explained the process of entering the competition down to winning and performing it. “Playwrights from all over the country submit their original plays, and the SLU theatre department offers a full production of this new play,” said Fox. “The contest promotes and encourages new works by playwrights. Achieving this gives Wistrand the opportunity to present her play ‘She Danced with a Red Fish,’ to a 445-seat theatre on this coming Feb.19-22.” According to Fox, Wistrand’s method of storytelling will give a fresh perspective on the most famous Creole woman of New Orleans, Marie Laveau.

  • 17 Feb 2019 1:14 PM | Carolyn Nur Wistrand


    February 15 and 16, February 22 and 23, 2019 @7:30 pm

    February 17 and February 24, 2019 @ 3:00 pm
    Cook Theatre, Dillard University

    New Orleans, LA  – The Dillard Theatre Program at Dillard University will continue  its 83rd Historic Season with the Louisiana Premiere of a new play on the indefatigable 19th century female journalist, Miss Ida B. Wells, Ida B. ‘N The Lynching Tree written by Carolyn Nur Wistrand. Directed by Cherelle Palmer, the production runs on the Main Stage in Cook Auditorium, Dillard University February 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, and 24, 2019. Tickets are on sale now.

    About the play… Ida B. ‘N The Lynching Tree tells the true story of  how Ida B. Wells, born into slavery in 1862, championed freedom of the press to spotlight the atrocities of lynching in the Deep South. Constructed in four historical pageants, the play highlights the courageous, fearless, and militant spirit of the young Ida B. Wells as a schoolteacher and editor of The Free Press in Memphis, Tennessee. The Memphis lynching’s of Tommie Moss, Calvin McDowell, and Henry Stewart in 1892 become the catalyst for her lifelong crusade against lynching and inequities, brought about by Jim Crow laws in the Deep South.

    Rated PG 13 for content and language.


    • ·         Friday,     February  15, 2019 @ 7:30 p.m.
    • ·         Saturday, February  16, 2019 @ 7:30 p.m.
    • ·         Sunday,   February  17, 2019 @ 3:00 p.m.
    • ·         Friday,     February  22, 2019 @ 7:30 p.m.
    • ·         Saturday, February  23, 2019 @ 7:30 p.m.
    • ·         Sunday,   February  24, 2019 @ 3:00 p.m.

    For more information please call 504-208-0547

  • 16 Feb 2019 2:00 PM | Mahasin D. Shamsid-Deen

    A choropoem of poetry from real people enslaved in America in the 18th centurey, Harlem renaissance poets and the work of Mahasin D. Shamsid-Deen interwoven to tell the 400 year history of African peoples enslaved in the Americas.  Told against the backdrop of national African American artwork, true recorded songs of ex-slaves, live drumming and song the story of humanity, capture, pain, resistance and re-emergence is told through poetry and movement.  Saturday, February 15, 2019 at Richmond Public Library 101 E. Franklin St., Richmond, VA.  Performance will be streamed live and shown in 5 minute shorts on youtube channel.

  • 12 Feb 2019 7:30 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton
    Cincinnati Playwrights Initiative presents staged readings of 9 romantic shorts in its Lovefest festival one night only, Tuesday, February 12, 2019, at the Jarson-Kaplan Theatre at the Aronoff, 650 Walnut St., Cincinnati, OH 45202. Included is "The Love Birds," a comedy by Nancy Gall-Clayton. Tickets are $14 with part of the proceeds going to the American Heart Association.
  • 09 Feb 2019 7:30 PM | Emma Goldman-Sherman

    EVERYDAY INFERNO is presenting an evening of short plays by women including my own Neighbors by the Sea. Here is the link for tickets:

  • 08 Feb 2019 10:18 AM | Shoshannah Boray

    Complications Company

    to celebration International Women's Day

    shows March 10, 5pm, Off Center for the Arts, Burlington, VT

    a short excerpt from Strawberry Moon, a play about adults reckoning with the dreams of their youth, their reality, and life changing decisions.

  • 06 Feb 2019 2:55 PM | Ed Friedman

    Ridgefield Theater Barn

    Ridgefield, Ct.

    March 8-30th

    Will include Love at Worst Sight and Secret Dreamers

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