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  • 08 Apr 2019 11:46 AM | Patricia L. Morin (Administrator)

    A Staged Reading of my full-length play: “A Clean Well-Lighted Park Bench" on April 8th at 7:30 PM at The Shelton Theatre Company - 533 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA. 

    Guilt ridden, sitting alone on a moonlit park bench, Saul wonders aloud, "Is tonight my night to finally die?" A park bench, under a flickering lamppost, entices its visitors to share their guilt, mainly lamenting to the moon. With threads of Waiting For Godot, Zoo Story, and I'm Not Rappaport, Octogenarian Saul shares his anguish about killing his nagging, loquacious wife. The shadow people who live in the park refuse to come into the light as Saul refuses to wander into the darkness ...

  • 05 Apr 2019 3:49 PM | Carol Libman

    AIRPORT TALES, by Carol Libman, at Garrison Little Theatre, Fort Erie, Ontario,  April 5 - 7 and 12 - 14. 1101 Dipietro St.  Informaiion:garrisonlittletheatre.com

    Evalina, a Canadian indomitable senior citizen, is journeying back to the old homestead to celebrate her birthday.  Along the way, this no-nonsense granny dispenses and receives valuable life advice from unlikely sources, and develops friendships that will last for the rest of her life.

    Airport Tales is a light-hearted, delightful, funny and above all human on-stage "Road Movie"... at 30,000 feet.



  • 05 Apr 2019 3:40 PM | Carol Libman

    What happens when a long-held family secret is secret no longer?

    "LIES AND CONSEQUENCES" by Carol Libman, directed by Jeanette Dagger, will be presented by Rare Day Projects at the Red Sandcastle Theatre, 922 Queen Street East, Toronto, Canada, from April 30 thrugh May 5.

    Performances are April 30 - May 4 at 8 p.m, with matinees may 2,4 and 5 at 2 p.m.  There will be a talk-back after the May 2 matinee. Tickets are available at the door: $25 general, $20 students, seniors, arts workers; or online, $20 from www.liesandconsequences.brownpaperticket.com

    This production is under the Canadian Actors' Equity Artists' Collective Policy.

    Additional information: libmancarol@rogers.com


  • 26 Mar 2019 7:00 PM | Melba LaRose

    On March 26 at Theatre for the New City, Melba LaRose will be presented with the Acker Award for her numerous contributions to NYC avant-garde theatre as a playwright, director, and actress.  She is Artistic & Executive Director of the nonprofit NY Artists Unlimited, known for its dedication to works that evoke dignity of the individual and sanctity of the human spirit.  For 25+ years, the company has reached audiences throughout NYC and the Northeast with plays that are multicultural, multidisciplinary, and nontraditionally cast in all ways.  Melba also created the International CringeFest/ Bad Plays Festival and Downeast Arts Center in the East Village.  She debuted in NY avant-garde theatre with Warhol luminaries Jackie Curtis and Candy Darling, as the star of Curtis's "Glamour, Glory & Gold, the Life & Legend of Nola Noonan, Goddess & Star."  She toured internationally with the NY Street Theatre Caravan and was a member of Lonny Chapman's Group Repertory Theatre, LA.  Melba appears in 4 editions of Who's Who, has won numerous grants and awards, and is a member of the League of Professional Theatre Women, International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts (ietm), International Centre for Women Playwrights, Dramatists Guild, AEA, SAG-AFTRA.  The ACKER AWARDS were created by Alan Kaufman in San Francisco and Clayton Patterson in New York.  Join Patterson and friends as they pay tribute to members of the avant-garde arts community who have made outstanding contributions in their discipline in defiance of convention, and to those who have served their fellow writers and artists in outstanding ways.  At the free event, doors open at 6 and the ceremony, hosted by Phoebe Legere, begins at 7 pm.  No reservations, just show up!

  • 24 Mar 2019 3:30 PM | Lynne S. Brandon

    I will be having a directed reading of a new full-length play, THE BUTCH PROJECT, on Sunday, March 24th! Part present-time, part memoir, part non-linear, the play uses a variety of forms to present butch lesbian life(s) with a diverse cast of 7. Directed by Pascale Florestal. Starts promptly at 3:30pm; ending 6:30pm after talkback/Q&A. Fort Point Room, 290 Congress St, near South Station. $12 garage parking, or meters on the street. Please come and give the playwright some love!

  • 20 Mar 2019 6:00 PM | Victoria Z. Daly

    The New Short Play Festival, John Cullum Theatre at the American Theatre of Actors 314 W 54th St, New York, NY


  • 19 Mar 2019 8:30 PM | Victoria Z. Daly

    The New Short Play Festival, John Cullum Theatre at the American Theatre of Actors,  314 W 54th St, New York, NY

  • 18 Mar 2019 7:30 PM | Patricia Milton

    A reading of HOW TO STOP HATING YOUR LIFE by Patricia Milton, presented by the Playwrights Center of San Francisco.

    7:30 p.m.
    Shelton Theater (downstairs), 533 Sutter (btw. Powell and Mason),
    San Francisco, CA
    $5-10 suggested donation/your discretion/members free

    America's Self-Help Expert, MJ Powers, has a three-step plan to create the perfect life. She's even written the book on relationship happiness. So why is her own relationship teetering on the brink? Gently spoofing the fringes of America's self-help movement, How to Stop Hating Your Life examines our very human capacity to delude, pretend, and evade ... yet eventually find our way to real love.

    Patricia Milton's plays include Bamboozled (2018 Outstanding Production and Ensemble, TBA Awards), Hearts of Palm, Enemies: Foreign and Domestic (2015 Outstanding World Premiere Play, TBA Awards) and Reduction in Force, all for Central Works Theatre. Believers was produced in San Francisco, Monterey, CA, and in Istanbul, Turkey; and Without Mercy premiered at Off Broadway West Theatre Company. 3Girls Theatre premiered Moments of Truth, her musical co-written with Caroline Altman. Patricia is co-author with Andrew Black of It's Murder, Mary! (New Conservatory Theatre Center), and other plays. She is resident playwright at Central Works, and serves as the Northern California Rep for the Dramatists Guild.

    Patricia Milton's website

  • 16 Mar 2019 7:00 PM | Amy Oestreicher

    premiere solo show at the Triad Theater. Passageways is an original song cycle with live music, and artwork projections, all created by the performer. Music, humor and art, interwoven with autobiographical narrative, as the creativity of the artist becomes an unexpected passageway through profound crisis. On passageways, there's no way in, no way out, only through. So why not laugh, dance and paint our way towards the light? Musical Direction and Arrangements by Bob Goldstone, and Direction by Shellen Lubin. 

    PASSAGEWAYS: Songs of Connections, Abnormal and Sublime will perform at The Triad (158 West 72nd Street) with performances on Saturday March 16th at 7pm, and Sunday March 31st at 3pm. Tickets are $15 plus a two-drink minimum and can be purchased online at www.TriadNYC.com, and http://www.triadnyc.com/event/586e71f0397f954f12a81f419a24e1f7

  • 12 Mar 2019 7:00 PM | Elana Gartner

    ICWP members and parent playwrights Elana Gartner and Victoria Z. Daly will present their work alongside parent playwright Charlie Schulman. Pen Parentis is an organization that supports writers that are parents. We will be reading excerpts from our work and answering questions about the balancing act of parenting and playwriting. 

    The Hideout at Killarney Rose (80 Beaver Street), 2nd Floor

    7pm-9:30pm

    RSVP at http://www.penparentis.org/calendar/

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