THE LEAGUE OF PROFESSIONAL THEATRE WOMEN
International Theatre Women
WOMEN IN THEATRE MAGAZINE: International Edition
A Special Presentation of
PAULA CIZMAR, CATHERINE FILLOUX, GAIL KRIEGEL, CAROL MACK, RUTH MARGRAFF, ANNA DEAVERE SMITH,
and SUSAN YANKOWITZ
Monday, June 2, 2014 at 6:30pm
Cherry Lane Theatre
38 Commerce Street, NYC
Join us in celebration of International Women in Theatre!
The International Edition of WOMEN IN THEATRE MAGAZINE will be revealed, and all in attendance will receive a copy. Theatre artists whose work is featured in the magazine will be in attendance, a reading and video presentation of the documentary play SEVEN will be presented, followed by a reception. In advance of the League’s International Award next season, we celebrate women across the globe.
WIT: International Edition, “WOMEN TOGETHER ACROSS THE GLOBE”
This WIT magazine edition focuses on innovative theatre women who create, produce, and/or perform work that gives voice and substance to issues affecting women in different parts of the world. With the exception of international festivals, we in the United States may not be fully aware of the breadth and magnitude of international theatre being created by women. We believe that this magazine issue provides a unique perspective of the astounding range of opportunities women theatre professionals have to collaborate, recognize and support one another around the globe. This edition is the first magazine to celebrate theatre women across the world. Carolyn Balducci, Editor in Chief
SEVEN, the Reading:
Triumphant against physical and mental abuse, oppression, adversity, and threats to their lives, Seven women’s stories will move your soul and give you a glimpse into the courage and sacrifice women leaders have made to improve the lives of others across the globe. SEVEN is written by Paula Cizmar, Catherine Filloux, Gail Kriegel, Carol Mack, Ruth Margraff, Anna Deavere Smith, Susan Yankowitz. CAST: Ebbe Bassey, Liz Canavan, Geraldine Hughes, Alexandra Napier, Jeanne Sakata, Fulvia Vergel, Rasha Zamamire, with Maxine Kern and Lorca Peress. Directed by Pamela Hunt, Stage Manager Judith Binus.
SEVEN VIDEO PRESENTATION:
A special video presentation led by Hedda Krausz Sjogren of Sweden will focus on the world-wide journey of SEVEN and its global impact.
MEET THE ARTISTS AND MINGLE TO FOLLOW.
Director Pamela Hunt: Drama Desk Nomination, Outstanding Direction, The Musical of Musicals; Outer Critics Circle Award, Carnival; 30 regional theaters; 25 productions at Cape Playhouse.
Tickets: $25.00 for Members of all Organizations of
the Women in the Arts & Media Coalition;
$40.00 for non-members.