This day-long event provides artistic support for local women playwrights, including: Afternoon play readings with feedback for the playwrights; an afternoon writing workshop for participating playwrights to engage their creativity; an audience/playwright reception prior to the evening performances of new plays performed by talented Boston-area actors.; and a talk-back following the plays.
Our Voices VII, which is free and open to the public, will be produced by Kelly DuMar, playwright & festival founder, Hortense Gerardo, playwright, with the generosity of Nora Hussey, Director, Wellesley College Theatre Studies Program. For more information, contact Kelly DuMar email@example.com or (508) 647-0596.
Afternoon: 12:00-2:00 Workshop Presentation of Plays for Discussion
Mary Beth McNulty, Making Babies, Geralyn Horton, Granny Wears Combat Boots (excerpt), Cecelia Raker, Song for a Windy Night in the Suburbs, Obehi Janice, Red Drink, Lida McGirr, Puppets (monologue), Judith Boyajian Strang-Waldau, Women of Ararat, (excerpt), Debbie Wiess, Proust and Joyce at the Majestic (excerpt)
Evening: 6:30-8:30 – Public Readings Staged for Audience
Dorothy Abram, Enjoy Your Flight (monologue), Rosanna Yamagiwa Alfaro, Snapshots of My Sister, Kelly DuMar, You’ll Be Safe (monologue), Shari D. Frost, Talking, Hortense Gerardo, Double Solitaire, M. Lynda Robinson, Jacks & Queens, Cassie M. Seinuk - Just Like Tetraphobia
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Please join us! No reservations required, first come, first served. The theatre is wheelchair accessible and there is ample free parking.