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At the Citadel, a new focus for developing new plays

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

The fun of a block party is the unpredictable  mix of people who live in proximity, get included, and show up to play. 540 more words

12thnight.ca

How the Ghost of You Clings (PWC Reading)

I’m baaaaack! Hello, theater blogging world. After a much needed rest, I am back in the new year to continue sharing my thoughts on theater. I took some time to focus on mental health and my own writing. 704 more words

Twin Cities Theater

HERSTORY 3: Submissions!

NOplays is proud to be presenting our annual festival of new plays based on unsung heroines. If you have a short play (10-15 minutes) about a historical women you would like to submit, email natalie.noplays@gmail.com before 11:59am on January 16th. 28 more words

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To the new year!

You’ve been busy, and so have we.

Our first reading of REUNION by Nandita Shenoy was a great success this month, and we’re looking forward to CHECO, ALBANY by Hadasa Mercado Cortes in February. 135 more words

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Dark Sovereign (2)

This is our second extract from this innovative Robert Fripp play, concerning the Dukes of Gloucester and Buckingham:

Protected by her consort, Edward IV, through their 19 year marriage, Elizabeth Woodville took to appropriating property from the “Old nobility” faction, including Richard Gloucester and Harry, Duke of Buckingham. 218 more words

Richard III

Dark Sovereign (1)

This is the first of our extracts from this innovative Robert Fripp play, concerning Edward IV’s bigamous marriage to Elizabeth Wydeville:

Two spirits, identical twin sisters Truth and Rumour, discuss the personality of Queen Elizabeth Woodville, while she embroiders onstage: 44 more words

Richard III

Theater Week - Late Light

 

A listing of Triangle theater performances
through November 20, 2017

 

OPENING:

* Bar Plays 3.0 – Cary Playwrights’ Forum presents the latest installment of short plays set and performed in a bar, featuring seven new works written by area playwrights. 346 more words

Triangle Theater