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  • 01 Oct 2020 8:00 PM | Patricia Milton (Administrator)

    America’s Self-Help Sweetheart, MJ Powers, has built her brand on creating the ultimate guide to the perfect relationship. In real life, her lover Natalie is suing over the personal details in her latest book, her career is on the brink, and it looks like her “ultimate guide” is a jumbled roadmap. A brand new comedy of bad manners, The Law of Attraction explores just how miserable “perfect” really can be. 

    Beginning October 2020, at the New Conservatory Theatre Center, San Francisco, CA

  • 31 Jul 2020 8:00 PM | Elana Gartner

    Elana Gartner's "Before Lesbians" is a finalist for the 2020 Dayton's FutureFest. Due to the current circumstances, FutureFest has chosen to do readings of three of the six finalists. "Before Lesbians" will be available from July 31st-August 6th. Elana will be doing a live interview on August 2nd at 2pm EST through the Dayton Playhouse's Facebook live feed. Please stop by and ask questions! Tickets are available at

    When Charlotte and Vivian meet, they are about to marry their fiancés who are leaving to fight for President Lincoln. Through letters and visits, Charlotte and Vivian nurture their friendship, sharing books and projects to support the troops and their husbands. In an era where women were not recognized as sexual beings and when words did not exist for women falling in love, Charlotte and Vivian struggle to understand the confusing feelings they are developing for each other while the Civil War rages on.

  • 17 Jun 2020 5:00 PM | Mara Lathrop

    West of Lenin in Seattle, WA, USA will livestream a FREE reading of

    THE GARDEN OF MONSTERS by Mara Lathrop

    June 17, 5pm Pacific / 8pm Eastern. / June 18, 1am GMT

    In the final days of WWII, a Jewish GI encounters a dying Holocaust survivor and the last shred of hope in all the world. A hundred years later his great-granddaughter is caught up in a deadly pandemic and hope is the only thing that can save her.

    Directed by Greg Paul

    Featuring Adam Arkin, Sylvie Mae Baldwin, Kate Kraay, Craig MacArthur, Allison Siko, Jayne Taini and Max Urdell.

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    Hi Sisters and Mister Listers! Working in a virtual rehearsal room is both weird and comfortingly familiar. Certainly the technical demands are different -- there's not a music stand or a folding chair in sight. On the other hand, viewing the virtual rehearsal space with my mike and camera turned off while director and actors work moments and talk through transitions is as thrilling to me as if I was sitting  in the corner of any real room.The theatre and the Production Manager are in Seattle. I'm participating from my dining room table in Port Townsend 70 miles from Seattle  as the crow flies. The director lives in Brooklyn but joins us from a log cabin in rural Wisconsin.The actors are in Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago and New York. My director Greg and I have assembled a great cast.I am blessed to be working with them. Please join us as we tell a story about what it might take to change the world. 

    Hoping for the best,

    Mara Lathrop


  • 29 May 2020 8:00 PM | Mahasin D. Shamsid-Deen

    Radio Play:  African Musk on my forehead...unwrapping my pink shroud by Mahasin D. Shamsid-Deen

    Friday - May 29, 2020; 8pm EST

    Airing online at -a blogtalk radio station. 

    Listen through you phone by calling 701-719-4197

    For more information go to:

  • 04 Apr 2020 7:30 PM | Vita Morales

    The Italian-American Theatre of Chicago will present a reading of The Diagonal Trilogy on April 4th at 7:30 and 5th at 3:00 at the Open Door Theater, 902 S. Ridgeland, Oak Park, IL.  For reservations: or call 708-848-2559.  Seating is limited.  

  • 03 Apr 2020 6:30 PM | Rita Barkey (Administrator)
    Time for a Quickie festival of 6 new plays includes Rita Barkey's "Popping." April 3 and April 4, 6:30 pm and 9 pm both evenings. ZACC, 216 W. Main St., Missoula, MT.
  • 15 Mar 2020 3:00 PM | Debra Kaufman

    Debra Kaufman will read from her new poetry collection, God Shattered, at the Mebane Public Library, 101 1st St., Mebane, NC.  "Kaufman’s poetry is a landscape populated with crows, shadows, and the tall grasses of Midwestern plains, at once a poetry of place, womanhood, memory, and narrative." 

  • 13 Mar 2020 7:30 PM | June Guralnick

    LITTLE ♀ by June Guralnick receives its premiere staged reading at Burning Coal Theatre Company, co-sponsored by Justice Theater Project, on Friday, March 13th, at 7:30 pm.  A divorced mother and her daughters battle the world, and each other, to be free. Set against the turbulent backdrop of the Second Wave feminist movement (1963-1973) and the age-old War of the Sexes, June's audacious new full-length drama is a radical retelling of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women! For tickets and more info:

  • 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 3/8, 2020. Ticket sales go to charity.

  • 04 Mar 2020 10:53 AM | Sandra de Helen

    Sandra de Helen's play-in-progress, "Extraordinary People," will receive a reading at Scripteasers of San Diego on Friday March 13, 2020, 7:30 pm 3404 Hawk Street. The play is a sequel to her first play written in 1976 about four sets of conjoined twins. Forty years later, they gather to bury one set of twins. They share their experiences from the past decades. Medical advances have allowed for the separation of one set of twins, self-separation caused another. This is a comedy for our times.

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