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  • 09 Sep 2016 8:04 AM | Anonymous

    Reading of Molly's Hammer at the Eddy Theater, Chatham University, at 7:30pm.   Adapted from the book Hammer of Justice by Liane Ellison Norman.  This reading is to benefit the Thomas Merton Center and to honor Molly Rush and Liane Norman.  Sponsored by The Women's Institute at Chatham University, the reading kicks off the 2016-2017 Women's Leadership lecture series.

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  • 26 Aug 2016 1:00 PM | Shirley Barrie

    Part of First Look, a public presentation of 4 plays in development at 4th Line Theatre, Millbrook, Ontario, Aug. 26 & 27, 2016 at 1 pm

    It includes a reading of 20 minutes from my new play, Montgomery in Blue.   Montgomery in Blue is about L.M. Montgomery’s difficult years as a Presbyterian minister’s wife in Leaskdale Ontario and how her professional and personal life there impacted the writing of The Blue Castle, a book for adults that was banned from some church libraries.

  • 25 Aug 2016 7:00 PM | Anonymous

    As of One, by Laylah Muran de Assereto 
    Staged Reading, ReproRights! The Body Politic as part of Three Girls Theatre’s New Works Festival | August 25th | 7:00pm tickets are free @Thick House 1695 18th Street

    An evening of short pieces on women's reproductive rights and body autonomy.  Short plays, monologues, poetry, and song by these fantastic artists:

    Chardonnay Comedy, Patricia Miller, Evelyn Jean Pine, Lola Miller-Henline, Lorraine Midanik, Madeline Puccioni, Maggie WIlson, Mia Romero, Nicole Jost, Pamela Winfrey, Laylah Muran de Assereto, and Susan Jackson

    AS OF ONE explores the effect of isolation on three different women experiencing different issues with their autonomy.  Allison faces ageism at work, Brit's life is upended when her brother forces her to take care of their aging father, and Geta finds she's trapped in a controlling relationship.

  • 22 Aug 2016 7:00 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton

    Can a homophone bring two strangers together? The answer is yes if they meet through the fictional website "The Estate Affair" is one of 6 comedies chosen for production at the Kentucky State Fair by the Kentucky New Play Series, now in its 5th year. Performance is in the Fair & Exposition Center North Wing, Performing Arts Stage. The program is free with fair admission. 

  • 20 Aug 2016 7:30 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton

    The Changing Scene Theatre Northwest has chosen "Wallaroo, the Goldfish" as part of its Summerplay 2016: A Festival of New Works. Performances are at the Tacoma Musical Playhouse in Tacoma, Washington, on August 20, 21, 27, and 28 (7:30 on Saturdays, and 2 pm on Sundays).

    "Wallaroo, the Goldfish" is a comedy about a precocious 6-year-old whose mother is worried about the girl's obsession with her goldfish and her father's psychology magazines. Tickets are $18.


  • 15 Aug 2016 4:15 PM | Donna Spector

    NYC Fringe Festival, Xoregos Performing Company, Teatro Sea, Venue #1, August 15-27, about April Savino, who lived in the tunnels under Grand Central Station in NY and was an angel of mercy to other homeless people. Tkts $18.

  • 12 Aug 2016 8:00 PM | Laurel

    The Athena Cats present the World Premiere of Blueprint for Paradise, set in Los Angeles just before the US declares war on Japan in 1941. The play explores wealth, racial tensions, Nazis, the Mothers of America, and other pre-war political groups. 

    PLAYING AT: Hudson Theatre Mainstage6539 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90038

    Fridays and Saturdays @ 8:00 pm, Sundays @ 3:00 pm

    2 hours plus 15-minute intermission


    check Goldstar for last-minute and discounts.


    Most any play that sheds light on racism and the oppression of women gets my vote, and Blueprint for Paradise does both.” — Deborah Klugman, LA Weekly

    THIS IS YOUR TICKET!... reconfirms that L.A. is a magnificent town for great theatre… a highly satisfying experience [and] a cautionary tale about what, without vigilance, could happen again in the country we live in.” — Eric A, Gordon, People’s World

    “ELECTRIFYING… evoke[s] an eerie sense of familiarity to the news we see in our world today… a thrilling denouement” — Ryan Luévano, Tin Pan L.A

    RIVETING… TOP-NOTCH  imaginatively build[s] a what-if plot that combines fact and fiction… deserves to be seen not only on the boards of the Hudson Mainstage, but far beyond.” —Ed Rampell, Hollywood Progressive

    “Ring[s] true todayshould be required viewing for all” —Erin Fair, Discover Hollywood

    “Takes the strings of legend and history, weaving a tapestry of events that highlight human drama… very high production values in many of the areas that matter most--acting especially.” — David MacDowell Blue, The World Through Night-Tinted Glasses

  • 05 Aug 2016 8:00 PM | Patricia Milton

    ***Extended to August 21!***

    Written by Patricia Milton, directed by Gary Graves.
    At Central Works Theatre in residence at the Berkeley City Club,
    2315 Durant Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704.

    A satire about corporate colonialism, this play takes place on the small southeast Asian island of Marititu. Negotiations are underway to expand a palm oil plantation despite a local rebellion. Unrequited love meets unregulated capitalism in Hearts of Palm.

    Thu - Sat at 8 pm, Sun at 5 pm. Audience talk-backs after the July 17 and August 7 performances. Pay-what-you-can at the door every Thursday! Get tickets here.

  • 03 Aug 2016 8:00 PM | Paddy Gillard-Bentley

    What could you say to the love of your love in ten minutes - just before his execution?

    During the Easter Rising in 2016 - love, was also a casualty. After returning from a four-city tour in Ireland as part of the Easter Rising Centenary, A Rose Upon the Blood was performed in Toronto, and now Waterloo. This play was part of 365 Women a Year: A Playwriting Project.

    Dates: August 3 - 6 2016 8pm

    K-W Little Theatre

    9 Princess St. E. Waterloo

    Tickets $15 ($12 for Artists and COPA Members)

  • 01 Aug 2016 8:00 PM | Anonymous

    The Road Theatre Company, Summer Playwrights Festival 7, August 1 @ 8 PM at the Lankershim Arts Center, 5108 Lankershim Boulevard North Hollywood, CA 91601.  $15 donation or pay what you can.  

    When a foreclosure loophole gives two couples rights to the same house, the cohabiting strangers struggle to take control of the contested space.

    Playwrights First Award: Second Place, L. Arnold Weissberger Nominee, Leah Ryan's FFEWW Finalist, Kitchen Dog Theater New Works Festival Finalist, Bay Area Playwrights Festival Finalist, Ronald Duncan Playwriting Competition Finalist, and Commissioned by Theater Masters Visionary Playwright Award.

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