Washington Women join their International Sisters to offer FREE performances, readings and film screenings
On Saturday, March 27, 2010, The Georgetown Theatre Company and Women in Film & Video will host the 3rd Annual DC SWAN Day, an all-day event featuring FREE Performances, Readings and Film Screenings in Georgetown.
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The 3rd Annual DC SWAN Day
|At Barnes & Noble:|
12noon: Dishing with the Girls – an open discussion between a panel of women artists & the community
1:00-3:00pm: Performances, including Poetry, Theatre and Performance Art
HIGHLIGHT: Don’t miss BodyLogue, Deepti Gupta’s story of growing up in India, surrounded by negative messages about dark skin, weight and being a woman.
|At Grace Church:|
1:00-6:00pm: Staged Reading Marathon – Full-length, one-act and 15-minute plays by Women from around the USA – and beyond! Performed and directed by DC’s best theatre talent.
HIGHLIGHT: Don’t miss Rebecca Nesvet’s adaptation of Mary Shelley’s story, The Mortal Immortal
|At CDIA Boston in The Foundry:|
1:00pm short films by an elite selection of female film talent
|At MOCA Gallery in Canal Square:|
2:00-5:00pm, and 7:00-8:30pm The Edgy Stuff – Performances & readings that aren’t for the under-aged
HIGHLIGHT: 2:00pm sketch comedy by New York’s Curvy By Nature
HIGHLIGHT: 7:00pm Staged Reading & Discussion of Belle Parricide, a collaborative theatre work about incest and murder – based on a True Crime…of Renaissance Italy.
Barnes & Noble, 3040 M Street, NW – corner of M & Thomas Jefferson Streets, NW
CDIA Boston in The Foundry, 1055 Thomas Jefferson St., NW
Grace Church,1041 Wisconsin Ave., NW
MOCA Gallery in Canal Square, 1054 31st St, NW
[or enter Canal Square from M St.]