Why are there so few plays by women being produced? Why aren't there better roles for women? A national conversation about these subjects and more has been happening in the theater world, and actors, playwrights, and artistic directors in the San Francisco Bay Area have been a part of the discussion on gender parity. This year, the company at Berkeley's Shotgun Players decided to do something about the problem-their season, starting this week with Antigonick by Anne Carson and ending in January 2016 with Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap, consists of all women playwrights...
Call for Submissions for the Francesca Primus Prize
The American Theatre Critics Association (ATCA) is inviting submissions for the 2015 Francesca Primus Prize, an annual $10,000 award honoring outstanding contributions to the American theater by an emerging female playwright (one who has not achieved national prominence).
Davenport Black Box Theater
354 West 45th Street NYC
February 8, 2015 - May 10, 2015
I said "Girls play basketball?" Ike said, "Yeah!...but you got wimpy wrists." Then he showed me how to crunch up the New York Times to develop my strength.
In " a kind shot ", Mateer dribbles a ball while telling the story of her life...beginning with how an African American boarder named Ike, taught a 6'1" sixth grade Mateer to play basketball. It's an uplifting, honest, no-holds-barred personal account that chronicles her years as a professional basketball player, aspiring architect and model.
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