LADIES FIRST is a list of new productions, workshops, readings, and publications by female playwrights. Our goal is to create greater gender parity in theatre by highlighting the works of female writers and the organizations that promote and produce their works.
Open Space Arts presents the 2017 Summer Playwrights Festival, an evening of one act plays, August 4th through 13th on our beautiful outdoor stage! This year’s plays are…
Reflection by Katie Ganem – Directed by Elora Maisenhelder
And Twice on Sunday by Brad Sytsma – Directed by Salone Barry
Warrior Princess Shelby and the Magic Dice by Katie Smith – Directed by Chris DeBow (Assistant Director Chloe Heles)
Mystery on the Mat by Will Dalrymple – Directed by Anna Dyke
Tricks and Treats by Ken Preuss – Directed by Angela Wright (Assistant Director Max Jett-Parmer)
The Other Side by Max Strasnick-Kelly – Directed by Charlie (Assistant Director N.J. Saroff)
Music of the Mind by Allie Costa – Directed by Ali McIntosh
Fake it Til You Bake It by Jeff Vernier – Directed by Chloe Heles
Performances are Friday, August 4th, Saturday, August 5th, Friday, August 11th, and Saturday, August 12th at 7 PM and Sunday, August 6th and Sunday, August 13th at 5 PM. $10 suggested donation, $8 for students and children. (Children under 2 = free!) Our outdoor stage is located at 16 Hanover Road in Reisterstown, Maryland.
NOplays is proud to present The Masks of the Goddess, an original play exploring the forgotten history of the Goddess, the stories she inspired, and the divine feminine spirit. Featuring original music and characters. Created by and starring: Amy Oestreicher, Carole Walker, Kaylee Osborne, and Natalie Osborne.
Performances are August 6th at 1pm and 3pm in Milford CT (for an exact address, please reserve your ticket here.)
We look forward to seeing you!
The performance is outside, so please bring a chair or blanket to sit on.
To submit to the September issue of LADIES FIRST, email firstname.lastname@example.org before the end of the month. Send us your name, the name of your play, the name of the theatre producing your work, a sentence or two about the play, the where and when, and an image. Thank you to everyone who participated in this month’s LADIES FIRST newsletter.