In Her Name Festival Line-Up


The In Her Name Festival is coming up fast and is shaping up to be a spectacular weekend! Here’s the line-up of plays and performances (remember to get your tickets before space runs out! Click here ):

Friday Night, April 15th, 7-9pm

Tales of Pirate Jenny, by Shola Cole
Testimonials from Jenny O’Hara and other 13th Street Rep alumnae
Essie Finkelstein by Leah Friedman
Out of the Closet by June Rachelson Ospa & Mark Barkan
Free Yessiree & Ship of Dreams by June Rachelson Ospa & Daniel Neiden


Mel DeLancey’s classic musical theater/contemporary storytelling
Until the Flood by Dael Orlandersmith
Songs from Between Pretty Places sung by Shellen Lubin, written by by Susan Merson

Saturday Morning, April 16th, 11-12:30pm

K.C. Reporting, written by Natalie Osborne, directed by Lizzy Bryce
Letters from Lotfia, written by Laura Shamas, directed by Lucy Gram
Pre-War, written by Jennifer O’Grady, directed by Lucy Gram
Taro and Capa, written by D. Lee Miller, directed by Julian Thomas
Arrest, written by Glenda Frank, directed by Marcina Zaccaria
Refugees, written by Stephanie Satie, directed by Shellen Lubin
Madame, written by Kendra Augustin, directed by Kristy Chambreli

Saturday Afternoon, April 16th, 2-4:30pm

Making Frankenstein, written by Natalie Osborne, directed by Kimberly Loren Eaton
White Cotton, written by Shellen Lubin, directed by Kimberly Loren Eaton
Mrs. Stern Wanders the Prussian State Library, written by Jenny Lyn Bader,directed by Kimberly Loren Eaton
Celia Buys a Dress, written by Yani Perez, directed by Joan Kane
A Moment of Silence,  written byAllie Costa, directed by Abigail Barr


Virginia Louise Conklin, written by Carolyn Mignini, directed by Susan Merson
Undercover: The Mary Shanley Story, written by Rachel McPhee and Robert K. Benson, directed by Steve Kaliski

Saturday Evening, April 16th, 6:30-9pm

After the Thin Man, written by Shellen Lubin
Blood Sisters, written by Robin Rice, directed by Lori Kee
Pillow of Tears, written by Lynda Crawford, directed by Shellen Lubin


Peola’s Passing, written by Cynthia G. Robinson, directed by Melody Brooks
Blood Ties, written by Michael Angel Johnson, directed by Mary Hodges
In the Evening, written by Susan Merson, directed by Elizabeth Hess

Sunday Afternoon, April 17th, 2-4:30pm
Morning Workshops Readings
Mama Bett, written by Elsa Rael, directed by Shellen Lubin


Scrutable, written by Karen Rousso, directed by Katrin Hilbe
Madame Red, written by T.D. Mitchell, directed by Nina Zoie Lam
Expression of Regret, written by Christine Toy Johnson, directed by Nina Zoie Lam

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