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  • 01 Apr 2021 10:46 AM | Zoë Bowen Smith

    "Abducted" is a new original musical created by Zoë Bowen Smith, with a book and lyrics by Zoë Bowen Smith and music by Luke Hemmingson. Quirky, heartfelt, and mysterious, "Abducted" tells the story of Avery and Mia, two college-age women who happen to be abducted by a group of eccentric aliens. "Abducted" is making its world premiere at The College of William & Mary!

    Streaming on YouTube:
    Friday, April 2nd, 2021 at 7pm
    Saturday, April 3rd, 2021 at 7pm
    Sunday, April 4th, 2021 at 2pm

    LINK TO LIVESTREAMS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6VgCqnisKW-ZzCrewFZQHw

    Set a reminder, add us to your calendars, or sign up for our email list to join us live! You don't want to miss it!

    JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST: https://forms.gle/Mq7K4vf1m4BdA9yCA


  • 01 Apr 2021 10:00 AM | Domnica Radulescu

    Washington and Lee University will welcome scholars and artists from across the country to its 15th National Symposium of Theater and Performance Arts in Academe on April 1-2. This year’s symposium is part of the yearlong celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) program.

    “Theater and Social Change: Gender, Race and Identity,” was organized by Domnica Radulescu, founding director of the symposium and the Edwin A. Morris Professor of Comparative Literature at W&L, and Sandhya Narayanan, visiting assistant professor of sociology and anthropology at W&L. Events will occur both in-person and online.

    The general public can watch all of the symposium’s presentations and performances on livestream at go.wlu.edu/theater-symposium.

    “The themes and scope of the presentations focusing on issues of social and environmental justice, trauma and healing are particularly relevant at the present historical moment given the dystopian and tragic dimensions of this past year,” said Radulescu. “We continue to believe that the theater arts offer strategies of transformation and healing and can initiate and inspire to social change.”


  • 27 Mar 2021 7:00 PM | Janice Liddell

    My play, WWSFL, was selected to represent the USA at the Mondial du Theatre, Monaco, 2021 (the largest international amateur theatre festival in the world) in August. A live production of the play by The Lexington Players (MA) will be featured at the festival; however, to assist their travel, we are collaborating on a fund-raising event showing the virtual performance which earned them Best Full Length Play at the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival in October, 2020. Please join the party and support this ad/venture by reserving your spot today at  abtflena.eventbrite.com. Thanx!!! (http://abtflena.eventbrite.com)

  • 19 Mar 2021 7:00 PM | Judith Pratt

    Barbara McClintock Talks about Statues, one of six monologues in Statue Fest, about women who deserve a statue!  Featuring Carolyn Cadigan. Friday, March 19, 7 p.m. 

    RSVP to get ZOOM link

    StatueFest2021@gmail.com

  • 16 Mar 2021 7:30 PM | Robin Rice

    Full-length drama with comedy by Robin Rice. Big city love story with hawks. From 29th Street Playwrights Collective. Reserve for minimum $1

  • 06 Mar 2021 7:30 PM | Judith Collins

    So happy to announce the line-up of SHE SPEAKS.

    March 6 & 7th - via Zoom - with a twist. Details and cast list to come.

    MADE OF GLASS by Judith Glass Collins

    ARE YOU READY TO ORDER? By Megan Ann Jacobs

    BELT LOOP MAN by Barbara Lindsay

    DETAIL ORIENTED by Erin Osgood

    RAPTURE by Sameerah Luqmaan-Harris

    HOMUNCULUS by Christine Emmert

    DEFYING GRAVITY by Robin Rice

    RUNNING ON MOONTIME by Kelly Muir

    SELKIE by Donna Latham

    IT WAS ISADORA by Paddy GB

     

  • 06 Mar 2021 11:00 AM | Catherine Frid

    Craft Bites, a Playwrights Guild of Canada program, presents an excerpted reading from Catherine Frid's play Alarm Clock in Action. The play explores feminist Nellie McClung's relationships with politics and family.

  • 05 Mar 2021 8:00 PM | Debra Kaufman

    Creative Greensboro presents, “An Evening of Short Plays #39 Virtual” by North Carolina playwrights. Admission is free with a suggested donation of $10. Advanced registration for a stream pass is required. Registration details can be found at www.creativegreensboro.com.

    Performances will be streamed live Friday, March 5 and Saturday, March 6 at 8 pm.

    The performance includes the short play "Free Hugs" by ICWP member Debra Kaufman.


  • 03 Mar 2021 12:58 PM | Susan Decatur

    Susan Decatur's 10 minute short play Buy the Book was performed to a sold out audience virtually via livestream on Monday, February 1st at the Know Theatre in Cincinnati, OH. 

  • 03 Mar 2021 10:18 AM | Christine Emmert

    March 6 at 8 pm She Speaks will be presenting an evening of women's plays.  Mine is HOMUNCULUS.  You can access this by login to Flush Ink productions.  The evening is free to all, but we hope you can donate any amount great or small. 

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