A world premiere play by local Colorado playwright Christie Brenner Winn.
Directed By: Michelle Claire Romeo
CABARET KALISZ is an exploration of the human spirit and how it crumbles and triumphs in adversity. In their attempt to survive the bleak existence of living in a barn on a Nazi German labor camp, five women are challenged to maintain a semblance of dignity and to find hope in an otherwise hopeless situation.
September 16th  6-9 pm at Theatre O in Boulder, CO.
5311 Western Ave  Boulder, CO 80301
Call backs:
Monday, September 17th 6-9PM

·         Performances held in Theatre O in Boulder.
·         Friday & Saturday night November 9th and 10th @ 8 pm
·         Sunday Matinee Nov. 11th 2pm
·         Thursday, Friday, and Saturday Nov. 15th, 16th, 17th @ 8 pm


NATALIA:(Late teens) Polish Jew. Performed in the cabaret as a singer before the War. Energetic, naïve and hopeful.

SONIA:(20’s) Russian Jew. Took care of her sick mother before the War. Suffers from survivor’s guilt.

RITA: (20’s) Roma-Gypsy. Keeps to herself. Proud of her heritage.

ALICE: (Mid 40’s) Austrian Jew. Nurturing and pragmatic. Worked as a cobbler before the War. Widowed at a young age, mother of three boys.

TOSHIA: (Late 50’s) Polish Jew. Stoic. Worked as a tailor in the Jewish quarter of Krakow before the War. Believes hard work will save
If interested in auditioning- Please e-mail theatreoboulder@gmail.com
Indicate the role/roles in which you are interested in.
Two contrasting sides for each role and a confirmation e-mail will be sent back to you. Please be prepared to read from the side/ sides the night of the audition.

STATUS:        Non-Union. There is a Stipend

Join Us for The Second Annual Parity Productions Gala

You are invited to the Second Annual Parity Productions Gala
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 
Join host committee members

Ashley Garrett, Howard Goldberg and Jo-Ann Sickinger, Mary Francina Golden, Elizabeth Green, Helen Mills, Gregory Murphy, DeVida Jenkins, Maritza and Tom McCaskill, Judith Polzer, Lisa Schiller, Kathleen Treat, and Ludovica Villar-Hauser
Gotham Comedy Club
208 West 23rd Street, NYC

Performances. Refreshments. Silent Auction.
And announcing the 2018 winners of the Annual Parity Commission.
VIP Reception: 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM  
Cocktails, Mingling, and Performances: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM  
Cash bar: 9:00PM to 10:00PM
On Wednesday, September 26th, Parity Productions will come together with friends, artists, and industry colleagues to announce the winners of The Second Annual Parity Commission for Women and Transgender Playwrights, presented by 2017 winners Melisa Annis and Corbin Went. 
Guests enjoy the Inaugural Parity Productions Gala 2017 Photos by Carlotta Brentan
Tickets available online at The Parity Store
  • VIP reception from 6:00-7:00PM with hor d'oeuvres and live music
  • Priority seating
  • early access to silent auction items
  • Open bar 6:00-9:00 PM 
  • Prosecco toast and desserts 
  • Event admittance for two 
  • Open bar from 7:00-9:00 PM for two 
  • Prosecco toast and desserts for two 
  • Event admittance for one 
  • Open bar from 7:00 - 9:00 PM 
  • Prosecco toast and desserts
All ticket purchases and donations of $95 or more will be entered into a raffle for a dinner for two ($150 value) at Broadway favorite Chez Josephine. Each $95 earns one raffle ticket. 
Get involved with the festivities!

You can also support the Gala through Sponsorship, Donation, and/or Purchasing a Journal Advertisement.
Melisa Annis and Corbin Went Photography by Lizzy Bryce
Awards presented by 
2017 Commission Winners
Melisa Annis and Corbin Went.
 Musical performances by
 Brittany Brook , Nandi Kayyy, and Brittany's Bluegrass Band.
More info coming soon!

For any questions please contact Isabella Schiller at isabella@parityproductions.org.
Parity Productions


YOURS IN SISTERHOOD: A New Film on Feminism from 1970-2017

Irene Lusztig's
A collective portrait of feminist conversation 40 years ago and today 
The critically-acclaimed documentary YOURS IN SISTERHOOD was inspired by the breadth and complexity of letters that were sent in the 1970s to the editor of Ms.- America's first mainstream feminist magazine. The film documents hundreds of strangers from around the U.S. who were invited to read aloud and respond to these letters written by women, men and children from diverse backgrounds. Collectively, the letters feel like an encyclopedia of both the 70s and the women's movement- an almost literal invocation of the second-wave feminist slogan "the personal is political." The intimate, provocative, and sometimes heartbreaking conversations that emerge from these performances invite viewers to think about the past, present, and future of feminism.
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"Irene Lusztig remaps the connections between then and now, here and there, you and I with brilliant formal clarity. By giving voice to the unheard letters, Lusztig and those she films also remind us that ordinary women in every corner of the country, who have drawn primarily from personal experience, have been some of feminism's most brilliant thinkers." - Shilyh Warren, Associate Professor, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS

"Lusztig asks us not to simply admire or condemn and thereby distance ourselves from what she found in this feminist archive, but to engage with the ongoing violence, discrimination, and, sometimes, loneliness and isolation described by the letters, as they happen right now, today. The result is simple and staggering." 

"Unconventional and provocative. Inventively fuses the past with the present - and reminds viewers how, in many ways, little has changed for women in America. The letters, which encompass topics such as sexual harassment and assault, and racism and white supremacy, instantaneously bring to mind parallels to the current day. A fascinating experiment in space and performance."

Watch the trailer:

YOURS IN SISTERHOOD | Women Make Movies | Trailer
About WMM:
From cutting-edge documentaries that give depth to today's headlines to smart, stunning films that push artistic and intellectual boundaries in all genres, Women Make Movies (WMM), a non-profit feminist social enterprise based in New York, is the world's leading distributor of independent films by and about women. Our Production Assistance Program assists women directors with their productions from concept through completion with fiscal sponsorship, consultations and other technical assistance. We work with creative, ground-breaking films which win awards at festivals around the world. Films and filmmakers we have supported have been nominated for or won Academy® Awards in 12 of the past 13 years.
Women Make Movies, 115 W. 29th Street, Suite 1200, New York, NY 10001
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