The Future Is Female Festival (short plays)
The Future Is Female Festival
Public · Hosted by Onion Man Productions
On March 17th and 18th at 7:30 p.m., Onion Man productions will join theaters, playwrights, directors and actors throughout the US and Canada who have united during Women’s History Month to present THE FUTURE IS FEMALE FESTIVAL, a series of staged readings of 10-minute plays written by women on the subject “The Future is Female” and what that means to them.
Net proceeds to benefit Raksha, a non profit dedicated to serving Georgia's South Asian community and ensuring healing, empowerment and justice to South Asian survivors of domestic and sexual violence. For further information, please contact: Natasha Patel (646) 522-6880, Artistic Director of the Festival.
The local festival outpost includes plays by Laura King, winner of the 2016 SETC/Ready to Publish Award, Amber Bradshaw, Managing Artistic Director of Working Title Playwrights, Donna Latham, a Kennedy Center Finalist, David Mark Cohen Playwriting Award, Beverly Austin, Emma Harr, Allie Costa, and Connie Schindewolf, and performances by Melissa Rainey, a MAT nominee, Daryl Fazio, of Synchronicity Theater and Found Stages, Jillian Walzer, Erika Ragsdale, Joshua Mikel, Kerwin Thompson, Peter Hardy and directed by Rebekah Suellau of The Weird Sisters Theater Project.
There are 8 short plays and some touch on sensitive issues and others are high-context. Teenagers would be fine. But not youth.
Dates: Fri-Sat, March 17 – March 18, 2017
Time: 7:30 PM
Venue: Onion Man Productions, 5522 New Peachtree Rd #111, Chamblee, Georgia 30341
Tickets: $10 at www.onionmanproductions.com