Raw milk is liquid gold. Or so Eliza (Allison Turkel), the human matriarch of Red Robin Farm, believes. It’s nutritious and pure, and she thinks it will save her derelict, multi-generational dairy farm, which has fallen in disrepair for myriad reasons, including the government regulation banning the direct sale of raw milk for drinking. But, […]
Susan McCully’s new play, Kerrmoor, opens October 29th, co-produced by Interrobang Theatre Company and Strand Theatre Company.
Sandra Kammann’s new play, Duir-wyyd: The Dreamer’s Doorway, opens October 24, 2015 at the Silver Spring Black Box Theatre.
On October 13th, we were treated to the debut of a bold new work, visually stunning and emotionally powerful. Yaël Farber has conceived, adapted and directed a fitting “crown” to the Women’s Voices in Theatre Festival by re-telling the story of Salomé as a woman’s narrative. By witnessing the work, we the audience help to […]
RAW by Amy Bernstein opens October 22, 2015 at Venus Theatre in Laurel, MD.
A reading of Helen Pafumi’s new play Redder Blood will be help Monday, October 19th at the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia featuring Ed Christian, Michael Kevin Darnall, Nanna Ingvarsson, Rose McConnell, Sasha Olinick, Tia Shearer and Sara Dabney Tisdale.
Technicolor Life by Jami Brandli debuts at Rep Stage OCtober 21, 2015.
Good Kids, a play by Naomi Iizuka, will be read October 12, 2015 at The Kennedy Center as part of the Women’s Voices Theater Festival. A prolific playwright, many her recognitions is the 2005 recipient Alpert Award in the Arts. She is the first playwright to be commissioned by the Big Ten Theatre Consortium’s New […]
Welcome to the neighborhood, here’s a pie. So begins our entry into the Alabama neighborhood of Maytag Virgin, or, more specifically, the shared grounds between two houses (one intricately decorated, one in disrepair). Quotidian Theatre Company produced this work for the Women Playwrights’ Festival, with playwright Aubrey Cefaly serving double-duty as director.
Christine Evans’ Can’t Complain is an exquisitely beautiful play that cuts to the bone. Luciana Stecconi brilliant set plunges us into an in-between world of gradations of gray and charcoal. Gray blankets and sheets, gray pillows, and cushioned arm chairs. A supposedly soothing atmosphere, but one that hurts to be there, like going to a […]