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  • 07 Mar 2020 5:55 PM | Jennifer O'Grady

    Jennifer O'Grady's "The Mysterious Affair at the Christies" will be produced by Saw It Here First Productions at Theatro Technis in London, UK, on 3/7 & 8, 2020. Ticket sales go to charity.

  • 14 Dec 2019 5:39 PM | Jennifer O'Grady

    Jennifer O'Grady's "Most Wonderful" will be produced by OnStage Atlanta in Merry Little Holiday Shorts 2019 from 12/14-21, 2019.

  • 09 Dec 2019 8:00 PM | stephanie satie

    "The Martyr of Moscow," inspired by the real life events surrounding the assassination of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya, will have a free public reading Monday December 9th at 8 pm.at The Road Theatre Company 10747 Magnolia Blvd., North Hollywood, CA in the NoHo Arts District. Directed by Hannah Wolfe. A talkback will follow. Please come and send your L.A. friends and colleagues.

    https://roadtheatre.org/readings/






  • 25 Nov 2019 8:00 PM | Emma Goldman-Sherman

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-parsnip-ship-presents-abrahams-daughters-by-emma-goldman-sherman-tickets-65383456679

    This is a free event in Brooklyn 11/25/19 at 8pm

    If you can't make this one, there will be a staged reading 12/9 at The Wild Project that I will post too. (Not free)

  • 18 Nov 2019 5:42 PM | Jennifer O'Grady

    Jennifer O'Grady's monologue "I'm Not Malala" will be part of The PlayGround Experiment's Faces of America Monologue Festival at the Kraine Theater in NYC on November 18th, 2019.

  • 14 Nov 2019 8:00 PM | Aphra Behn

    At the Frances Frazier Comstock Theatre at Concordia College, 910 8th Street s. Moorhead, MN

    Young Frankenstein is Mel Brooks’ hilarious take on Mary Shelley’s classic horror story—combining madcap comedy, a witty script, and high energy dance performances for one unforgettable, hilarious adventure in Transylvania. The musical follows Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, (that’s Fronk-en-steen to you), who finally succeeds in creating a singing and dancing monster to rival his grandfather’s, but not without some wild complications and classic Mel Brooks innuendos. This production features award-winning, New York-based director and choreographer Donna Kaz.

    Tickets for Concordia students, staff, and alumni are free; $5 for seniors and non-Concordia students; $10 for adults.

    https://www.ticketsource.us/concordia-college-theatre

  • 09 Nov 2019 5:41 PM | Jennifer O'Grady

    Jennifer O'Grady's Persephone is in Playbytes by Playwrights at LowellArts in Lowell, MI, running 11/1-9, 2019.

  • 06 Nov 2019 12:30 PM | Christine Emmert

    This lecture will be at Rosemont College (Rosemont PA) in Kaul Hall from 10-11:30 am. as part of the Forum, non-credit events .  Christine will present the many variations on why we should/should not stay alive (and young) forever, culminating with a reading of her play, PETER PAN'S MOTHER, which was first presented by Cape Rep on Cape Cod as the first of their Starlite Evenings five years ago.  

  • 26 Oct 2019 5:37 PM | Jennifer O'Grady

    Jennifer O'Grady's Persephone was produced at The Hive Collaborative in Provo, UT, as part of the theater's new live-theater, live-streamed ten-minute play festival. 

  • 25 Oct 2019 7:30 PM | Debra Kaufman

    Illuminated Dresses is a collection of monologues that explore life, identity, and clothing

    Burning Coal Theater
    224 Polk St.
    Raleigh, NC

    Oct. 25, 26, 31, Nov. 1, 2
    7:30 pm

    Oct. 27, Nov. 3
    2 pm

    For more information call +919-928-6011

    Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Illuminated-Dresses-294778108065059/
    www.odysseystage.org/

    Ticketing information:
    https://bpt.me/4351544

    Can you recall a time when what you wore--or wish you'd worn--changed the course of your life? These short monologues by women playwrights explore intimate moments involving a dress or other garment that transformed their lives. We hear from an executive constrained in a suit, a black woman surrounded by white dresses, a Girl Scout whose family couldn't afford the uniform, a trans woman recalling a pivotal moment in her youth, a mother persuading her daughter to wear a sacred garment, and many more. Most of the monologues are by North Carolina playwrights, including one from NC Poet Laureate Jaki Shelton Green, and they cover a range of moods, ages, and experiences.

    At a time when only about 30% of theater productions in the U.S. are by women, this show is written, directed, produced, and acted by women.

    Produced by Debra Kaufman and co-produced by OdysseyStage
    Directed by Lori Mahl

    Playwrights: Amanda Almodovar, Doreen Blue, Beth Copeland, Jessica Feder-Birnbaum, Danielle Fenton, Anne Flanagan, Jaki Shelton Green, Debra Kaufman, Shirley King, Gina Rawdon, Margo Rife, Steffi Rubin, Cynthia Strauff Schaub, Mary Turner

    Cast: Sabrina Aldridge, Kim Camp, Amy Lloyd, Michele Okoh, Julie Oliver, Melanie Simmons, Sierra Smith, Sandra Wallace

    This project is supported by grants from Manbites Dog Theater Fund, the Paul Green Foundation, and the Jester Group at Baird.

    For more information, contact
    Debra Kaufman
    kaufman57@gmail.com
    919-928-6011
    odysseystage@gmail.com
    http://www.odysseystage.org/
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/2141261179504274/
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