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  • 08 Apr 2017 1:00 PM | Sandra de Helen

    My ten-minute piece A Grave Situation, one of the thirteen pieces that make up The Missouri Cycle, will be performed as part of SWAN Day, Athena Cats New Works Festival, in Santa Monica, California at City Garage, Bergamot Station Arts Center, Building T1, 2525 Michigan Ave. Performances at 1 and 3 PM. Admission is Free.

  • 06 Apr 2017 7:30 PM | Margo MacDonald


    written & performed by 

    Margo MacDonald

    From sold-out runs in Canada and a successful month-long run at the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, this multi-award winning show will premiere in London, England this April.

    Draper Hall
    Newington Butts (entrance corner of Hampton Street) 
    SE1 6TL United Kingdom

    April 6-8, 13-15, 20-22 at 19:30

    Tickets £9-13 --

    “Without doubt, they were the most notorious girl gang Britain’s ever seen.”

    (Brian McDonald, The Gangs of London)

    Clever, organized, devious & daring; The Elephant Girls stole from the rich and gave to themselves. This is the gripping story of the all-female gang that terrorized London for over 100 years. A fascinating piece of lost women's history, only recently brought to light, the play focuses on the 1920s when the gang was at the height of its power—and when the events took place which would come to mean its downfall.

    “Right here, right now, for one night only, I’ll tell you something special I ain’t never 

    told no one before; I’ll tell you the truth.” – Maggie Hale, The Elephant Girls

    Maggie Hale — the gang's suit-wearing, bloody-knuckled, girl-chasing “enforcer”— will tell you all. Who they were, what they did, how they got away with it, and how it all came crashing down. But should you trust the words of someone who’s made deception her stock-in-trade? Just how much are you sure you want to hear?

    Wrapping issues of power, class, gender, and the nature of violence around the story of Maggie Hale, the show uses history to grapple with issues our society still struggles with today.

    A gripping, psychological insight into gang life…The Elephant Girls evolves into a deeply psychological struggle between truth and fiction, as Maggie wrestles with the dangerous passion that bubbles beneath her carefully constructed bravado. Complex, subtle, and often deeply uncomfortable, this battle is fascinating to watch. —Jordan Shaw, The List

    The production has won multiple awards in Canada (Outstanding Overall, Critics’ Pick for Best Shows, Ottawa Fringe Festival; Outstanding New Work, Outstanding Direction, and Outstanding Performance, Les Prix Rideau Awards; Best Actress, Capital Critics’ Circle), sold out shows (100% Sold Out, Ottawa Fringe; 100% Sold Out Winnipeg Fringe), and rave reviews. Picked up from last year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the moves on from it's London run to the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival (May 8-13). After the run in Dublin, the show will play for a week at the Brighton Fringe Festival (May 20-26).

    The Elephant Girls
    by Parry Riposte Productions

    Margo MacDonald

    **** “MacDonald captivates” —Broadway Baby

    **** “…brilliantly written and exceptionally performed”—Fringe Guru

    ***** “Stampede—do not walk—to The Elephant Girls… a ferocious, charismatically intense performance.”—CBC Manitoba

    ***** “…violence, depravation and intensely steamy sexual experience…utterly entrancing…”—Winnipeg Free Press

  • 02 Apr 2017 3:21 PM | eliza wyatt

    Launch of a humorous two minute film protesting the environment

    starring Andy Boughtflower, written by me, directed by Michele D'Acosta.

    Honorable Award from The Experimental Forum in Los Angeles and featured in the Culver City Film Festival December 2016

  • 31 Mar 2017 7:08 PM | stephanie satie

    Performance will be held at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church; 1643 Churchville Rd.; Bel Air, MD 21015

    For info: 410-734-4370 or  or Eventbrite

    Silent Witnesses is an award-winning solo play, based on interviews with child survivors of the Holocaust, written and performed by Stephanie Satie and directed by Anita Khanzadian.

  • 30 Mar 2017 11:16 PM | Carolyn Nur Wistrand

    The School of Humanities at Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana will present a Staged Reading of Nawal El Saadawi's novel, WOMAN AT POINT ZERO adapted for the stage by Carolyn Nur Wistrand, for Women's History Month on Friday, March 31, 2017 at 2:00 P.M. in Cook Theatre on the Dillard University Campus. This event is free and open to the public. 

  • 30 Mar 2017 8:00 PM | Anonymous

    HOUSTON – Mildred’s Umbrella Theatre Company continues its 2016-2017 season with the world premiere of A HEROINE FREE SUMMER by local poet, playwright and University of St. Thomas English professor Dr. Janet Lowery. Directed by Chesley Krohn, the play centers on four sisters as they relive memories, address past traumas and learn to heal.

    Set amidst a family vacation at an idyllic lake house in upstate New York, A HEROINE FREE SUMMER examines what happens when a family becomes divided – the result of two teenage sons confessing to drug use. As the adult sisters struggle to determine where their allegiances lie, one must decide whether to save the clan or let it fracture, a decision with epic consequences in this explosive new drama.

    “After hosting a reading of the play’s initial draft in 2015, we embarked on a journey with Dr. Lowery and Chesley to bring the full production to our stage,” said Artistic Director Jennifer Decker. “We’re excited to premiere this powerful work about family, addiction, and healing and so happy to be working with Dr. Lowery, who taught many of our company members – including myself and our board chair – while we attended the University of St. Thomas. It’s like bringing a family back together.”

    Chesley Krohn, who has been selected to direct the production, had this to say, “Janet Lowery has written an engaging and thought provoking play about four sisters at their annual lakehouse retreat. We are moved to both laughter and tears as the characters wrestle over sweeping space, spoons (yes, spoons), and who gets to steer. But, as with all families, this one also has its secrets and denials, specifically a history of addiction. Lowery's characters battle over two teenage nephews, who, like far too many youth, have fallen victim to drug abuse. It is a battle that will require honesty, forgiveness, and compassion from all concerned.”

    A faculty member at the University of St. Thomas for more than 20 years, Dr. Lowery’s poetry has been published in numerous anthologies and literary reviews such as Endless Mountains Review, Poetry East, Greensboro Review, Concho River Review, Fideles, Pennsylvania English, 13th Moon, and elsewhere. Her collection of poetry based on women from Greek mythology called Traffic in Women was published in 2008 by Odonata House; the trilogy of plays TRAFFIC IN WOMEN I, II, III—Educating Athena, A Grief Group in the Underworld; and A Retrial of the Danaids, respectively, was produced 2006-2008 on the University of St. Thomas campus. She recently completed a manuscript of translations from the Spanish of Miguel de Unamuno.

    A HEROINE FREE SUMMER runs March 30 through April 15, 2017, at Studio 101 at Spring Street Studios, in the heart of the Washington Avenue Arts District. Tickets are on sale now at For more information, call 832-463-0409 or e-mail



    Directed by: Chesley Krohn

    Where: STUDIO 101 – 1824 Spring Street, Houston, TX 77007

    When: March 30-April 1, April 6-8, and April 13-15 at 8 pm
    Matinee on April 9 at 3 p.m.

    Pay-What-You-Can night on April 10 at 8 p.m.

    Cost: Regular admission: $25; Students, Seniors & Arts Industry: $15; Group rate: $15/ticket

  • 17 Mar 2017 8:01 PM | June Guralnick

    June Guralnick's short tragedy, ON THE DREAMHOUSE SEA, originally produced in 2016 at Equity Library Theatre's New Plays Festival (NYC), Gilbert Theatre (Fayetteville, NC) and as part of the Women's Theatre Festival-NC, is now available in "105 Five-Minute Plays for Study and Performance" (Smith & Kraus). 

  • 15 Mar 2017 7:00 PM | Sophia Romma

    The Past Is Still Ahead, excerpted performance, (a collaboration of ten minute plays about extraordinary women past and present by female playwrights, at the Theater for  the New City.) 

  • 10 Mar 2017 1:18 PM | Anonymous

    Kris Bauske's "The Nearly Final Almost Posthumous Play of the Not-Quite-Dead Sutton McAllister" from March 10-26. Ticket information may be found on their website at Kris will attend and speak to audiences opening weekend, March 10-12.

    Phone: (865) 546-4280

    You can also go to Kris' website for production info at 

  • 05 Mar 2017 11:02 AM | Sandra de Helen

    Public reading of one-act play from The Missouri Cycle at Scripteasers, 3404 Hawk Ave, San Diego. Please arrive by 7:15pm for 7:30 reading.

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