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  • 12 Mar 2012 7:00 PM | Patricia Milton

    The musical play “Not Without Our Women,” by ICWP member Patricia Milton, in collaboration with Andrew Black and composer Caroline Altman, tells the story of a critical episode in the development of rights for women. In the mid 1800s, the radical notion that a woman might vote, hold public office, or own her own property as an unmarried individual was unthinkable. This new musical, based upon real people and events, explores what happened when the territory of Wyoming instituted woman suffrage, attracting independent women to the wild frontier.

    Come to a free concert reading of “Not Without Our Women” March 12 or 13, 2012, at Thick House in Portrero Hill, San Francisco. It’s co-produced by 3 Girls Theatre Company.

    FREE tickets here!

  • 06 Mar 2012 7:00 PM | Anonymous
    There was a time when women had no rights. This is the story of how women got their rights in America, told by the women who were there. We Did It For You! (by ICWP member Thea Iberall) is an eye-opening 45-minute musical, fun and educational. "The play is one of the most entertaining and interesting re-enactments of the history of women I have seen to date. It is so well put together that it easily captures the interests of all age groups-especially our younger generation …who need to know where we have been in order to see the potential of where we can go when we work together!" Performance will be at California State, Fullerton as part of the Women's Studies Program. Room MC-264. For more information, contact me at wediditforyou@yahoo.com or go to www.wediditforyou.org
  • 06 Mar 2012 12:00 PM | Anonymous
    There was a time when women had no rights. This is the story of how women got their rights in America, told by the women who were there. We Did It For You! is an eye-opening 45-minute musical, fun and educational. "I laughed, I cried, and I sang along. Watching that play was a gift. I learned so much and really was awed by what women accomplished, against giant odds. Beautiful experience." Performance will be at California State, San Bernardino at the San Miguel Student Union. For more information, contact me at wediditforyou@yahoo.com www.wediditforyou.org
  • 03 Mar 2012 8:00 PM | Mahasin D. Shamsid-Deen

    This Truth is Clear and Evident by playwright Mahasin D. Shamsid-Deen opens March 3, 2012 at the historic Robinson Theater at 2903 Q Street in Richmond, Virginia.  There is a 2pm matinee and 8pm evening performance.  Tickets are $10.


    This play is a modern take on traditional Islamic theater in that it is performed all in poetry.  It tells the story about the struggle and faith of Muslims in the Americas - North & South.  The all Male cast shares the story of how they - the Muslim they represent - developed and defined their Islamic identify and belief.  The poems deal with faith, love, renewal and submission as well as resistence, divisiveness and a search for a understanding of truth.  The poetic reflections are shared in English, Spanish, Arabic and Urdu as the audience is drawn into 'their' world and not only what they say, but how they say it. It is ultimately a story of understanding Man's desire to realize his place as the best of God's creation.  This Truth is part of the 2012 Acts of Faith Festival in Richmond, Virginia (www.theactsoffaith.org)

  • 15 Dec 2011 6:58 PM | G.L. Horton
    Cast Spell, a one act play, Sir William Molock Drama Guild. The closing night cast party of a failed musical turns dangerous when the actors begin to dabble in the occult. Thriller; 2 men, 4 women, no set (i.e.backstage) 35 minutes.
  • 06 Dec 2011 6:52 PM | G.L. Horton
    Jenny Does Shakespeare, a one act play, in production at Alvernia University. Technical difficulties and stage fright overwhelm a high school student when she stands before the ASS (American Shakespeare Society) trying to read her honors paper titled "Shakespeare and the youth of today." Comedy; 1 young women, offstage voice, no set, 25 minutes.
  • 02 Dec 2011 6:55 PM | G.L. Horton
    Kiss the Twins for Me, a one act play, Coffeyville Community College. Their loving mother has disappeared, revealing that she has a secret -- or perhaps a whole secret life? Can even a close family ever really know each other? Drama; 1 mid- 30s woman, 2 30s men, her older and younger brothers; an empty room, 10 minutes.
  • 29 Nov 2011 7:00 PM | Hope McIntyre

    A reading of Empty, a new play by Hope McIntyre, created with the Winnipeg Harvest-sponsored food bank at First Unitarian Universalist  Church of Winnipeg through the Winnipeg Arts Council’s community WITH ART program. November 29th at 7:00pm at the First Unitarian Universalist  Church of Winnipeg (603 Wellington Crescent), Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Admission is free and a reception will follow.

  • 19 Nov 2011 7:00 PM | G.L. Horton
    Cutting from the epic biography of Victoria Woodhull, Spirit and Flesh, performed in the Texas UIL Contest by Tulia High School. Vicky was the mesmerizing spiritualist and stockbroker who was the first woman to run for President of the United Statesundefined in 1872, on a platform of Equal Rights and Free Love. Vicky spent election night in jail, arrested for trying to vote for herself. Historical drama. Two acts, unit set, two hours. Cast: 4-8 women and 3-7 men, ages 20's through 70's; with doubling.
  • 11 Nov 2011 7:08 PM | G.L. Horton
    Party, Party: Tea and Antipathy, a one act play, presented by Eastwood Collegiate Inst. Kichner, Canada. Civil War breaks out in a suburban household when a family of liberal Democrats discovers that Grandma is a disciple of Glen Beck and wants to recruit the grand kids. Comedy; 2 women, 60-80 and 30-40, 1 man, 30-45, 2 children, boy 9 and girl 12, 10 minutes.

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