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#ReadingForParity Week 2: Creature by Heidi Schreck

Creature takes place in a heightened, historical world, rich with symbolism and spirituality. At times it almost feels like an epic poem, brimming with symbolism and motifs (such as references to fire and water, angels and devils, etc). 735 more words

Women In Theater

Heidi Schreck

Episode(s): TWO HOLIDAYS AND A BLIZZARD The Blizzard by David Ives

Heidi Schreck’s recent credits include The Madrid (MTC), How The World Began (Women’s Project),  98 more words


In the kitchen with all necessary ingredients - except drama | GRAND CONCOURSE by Heidi Schreck at Playwrights Horizons

In a straight ahead urban New York setting, most of the ingredients for a story are there in a worn and weary Bronx soup kitchen. Yet it’s never clear why we are being told this specific tale, and the events portrayed do not rise to a sufficient level of consequence.

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Leaving a Doll's House

The Madrid is difficult to write about.  It is not good, but it is not bad, either.  It is not interesting, but it is not boring.  339 more words


Review: "The Last of the Red Hot Lovers" at Williamstown Theatre Festival

Review: Last of the Red Hot Lovers at Williamstown Theatre Festival
by Larry Murray

The best reason to go see a Neil Simon comedy is to laugh and have a good time. 1,481 more words


November shows

Works by Women has an awesome slate of shows to see this November.  Why don’t you join us for one of them and show your support for women’s theatrical work?  383 more words


Five Questions for Heidi Schreck

Name: Heidi Schreck
Title/Occupation: Actor/Playwright

1. Where did you grow up and how did you end up where you are now?

I grew up in Wenatchee, Washington, the Apple Capital of the World. 589 more words

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