Newsday Tuesday: Where Can I See Plays Written by Women?

I think it’s about time we not only hear about women playwrights, but actually GO AND SEE plays written by women playwrights, don’t you? So here is my “short” list of where you can see some plays written by women in the coming months.

Local to northeast Pennsylvania:

A Shayna Maidel by Barbara Lebow.  March 1-3, Baptist Bible College, Clarks Summit, PA

Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley.  March 22-April 1, Providence Playhouse, Factoryville, PA

The Land of the Dragon by Madge Miller.  April 18-21, Children’s Theatre Production, Marywood University, Scranton, PA

In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play by Sarah Ruhl.  May 3-20, BTE’s Alvina Krause Theatre, Bloomsburg, PA

‘Night Mother by Marsha Norman.  May 10-20, Providence Playhouse, Factoryville, PA

On Broadway:

Wit by Margaret Edson. Through March 17, Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, New York, NY

Harvey by Mary Chase. Through August 5, Studio 54, New York, NY

Seminar by Theresa Rebeck.  Currently Running, John Golden Theatre, New York, NY

Off-Broadway:

How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel.  Through March 11, Second Stage Theatre, New York, NY

 Hurt Village by Katori Hall.  Through March 18, Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre, New York, NY

 Russian Transport by Erika Sheffer.  Through March 24, Theatre Row/Acorn Theatre, New York, NY

 Love, Loss, and What I Wore, by Delia Ephron and Nora Ephron.  Through March 25, Westside Theatre, New York, NY

Sistas by Dorothy Marcic.  Currently Running, St. Luke’s Theatre, New York, NY

Rated P for Parenthood by Sandy Rustin.  Currently in Previews, Opens February 29, Westside Theatre, New York, NY

Tribes by Nina Raine.  Currently in Previews, Opens March 4, Barrow Street Theatre, New York, NY

 4000 Miles by Amy Herzog. Previews Begin March 15, Opens April 2, Through May 20, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York, NY

Across the Country:

The Children’s Hour by Lillian Hellman.  March 23-April 7, Chamberlayne Actors Theatre, Richmond, VA

The House of the Spirits by Caridad Svich.  April 5-14, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry.  April 13-22, Sydney Laurence Theatre, Anchorage, AK

‘Night Mother by Marsha Norman.  April 25-May 10, Little Fish Theatre, San Pedro, CA

Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl.  May 11-12, theatre KAPOW, Manchester, NH

En el tiempo de las Mariposas/In the Times of the Butterflies by Caridad Svich. Until August, Repertorio Espanol, New York, NY

Around the World:

East of Berlin by Hannah Moscovitch.  March 21-April 8, Great Canadian Theatre Company, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Les Dones de Lockerbie (The Women of Lockerbie) by Deborah Brevoort.  April 28-May 8, Teatre La Dependent on tour, Alcoi, Valencia, and Alacante, Spain

Circle Mirror Transformation by Annie Baker.  May 22-June 10, Great Canadian Theatre Company, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Top Girls by Caryl Churchill. August 25-September 29, Melbourne Theatre Company Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie.  Currently Running, St. Martin’s Theatre, London, England

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About dramachicky

I am a dramachick: a playwright, actress, director, wife, singer, reader, aunt, daughter, student, teacher, and dreamer. My husband has taken to calling me dramachicky. :-) I have my M.A. and M.F.A. in creative writing/playwriting from Wilkes University. My husband and I started a small theatre group in northeast Pennsylvania called Ghostlight Productions. I love all things theatre and I am thrilled to launch this blog as a celebration of women playwrights.
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2 Responses to Newsday Tuesday: Where Can I See Plays Written by Women?

  1. Great list. Now all I need are about 20 plane tickets! Want to see em all.

  2. Holly says:

    Thanks for including Little Fish Theatre in your list! We also produce two short play festivals a year. “Twisted, Spooky, Creepy” featured a script by Nina Mansfield, and we just closed “Pick of the Vine” where we produced short plays by Robin Rothstein, Chris Shaw Swanson, Anne Maria Newsome, and Nina Mansfield.

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