Here are my events for the end of July:
Riant Theatre’s Strawberry One-Act Festival
My play Just Say It Three Times was in the festival earlier this month. Thank you to those who came out to support! If you couldn’t make it, you can still see the show!
The play with the most On Demand Views wins a spot in the FINALS.
The Top 5 On Demand Plays will get extra votes added to the total votes in the festival.
Voting Ends July 26th at 8pm
JUST SAY IT THREE TIMES by Erin Moughon
Joanna and Emilia are spending another night at home drinking and bemoaning the state of their live – until Joanna summons playwright Aphra Behn to visit them from the 1600s.
Watch it On Demand at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/justsayitthreetimes
Bechdel’s Group 24 Hour Writing Challenge
Monday, July 25 (TODAY) from starting at 6 PM a play I wrote YESTERDAY will be read by some amazing actors at the Back Room at Jimmy’s No. 43 (43 E 7th St in the East Village). It is one of ten that will be presented. Jimmy’s has food as well as drink, and both are welcome in the Back Room. Heads up – they are cash only. (There is an ATM on site, which usually works.)
Ourglass 2016 – Open Tent Theater Company
The performance of six brand-new short plays will take place at 6:30 pm in the plaza adjoining the 190th St. A train subway stop, near the entrance of Ft. Tryon Park on Sunday, July 31st. The performance will be free and open to the public. This is my fourth year writing for the project, and it is always fun.
Review of Just Say It Three Times, a part of Riant Theatre’s Strawberry One Act Festival #strawberryoneactfestival
Photo (l to r): Emily Long as Emilia, Bess Miller as Joanna, and Kendra Augustin as Aphra Behn (photo credit: Erin Moughon)
365 WOMEN A YEAR: A PLAYWRITING PROJECT NYC1 – APRIL 11 – THE SHEEN CENTER – 6:30PM
365 WOMEN A YEAR: A PLAYWRITING PROJECT involves over 400 women who signed on to write one or more one-acts about extraordinary women in both past and present history. The project’s goal is to write women back into the social consciousness as well as empower and promote female playwrights around the globe.
The New York City Branch of 365 Women involves fifteen playwrights in a staged reading event with plays approximately 10 minutes long. They will be presented on April 11 at The Sheen Center, 18 Bleecker Street, New York, NY. There will be a wide range of women explored over the evening. This full program, produced by Cate Cammarata, is divided into the following three groups:
Group A 6:30-7:30 pm
Chisolm Trail by Olga Humphrey (featuring Shirley Chisolm)
Beatrix in the Shadows by D. Lee Miller (featuring Beatrix Potter)
Olympic Games by Cynthia L. Cooper (featuring Wilma Rudolph)
The Past is Still Ahead by Sophia Romma (featuring Marina Tsvetaeva)
Blood Ties by Michael angel Johnson (featuring Edmonia Wildfire Lewis and Lydia M. Child)
Group B 7:45 – 8:45 pm
We Were Very Merry by Penny Jackson (featuring Edna Vincent Millay)
Squeezing Papayas by Robin Rice Lichtig (featuring Sasha Montenegro)
Condi on Ice by Libby Emmons (featuring Condoleezza Rice)
Georgia Makes a Scene by Susan Shafer (featuring Georgia O’Keeffe)
Box of Lies by Karin Diann Williams (featuring Anais Nin)
Group C 9:00-10:00 pm
Temperance by Gina DeMarco (featuring Victoria Woodhull)
Caster by Kat Mustatea (featuring Caster Semenya)
Truth and Justice in an Elevator by Erin Moughon (featuring Justice Sonia Sotomayor)
Dying is an Art by Kendra Augustin (featuring Sylvia Plath)
Hollywood Butterfly by Barbara Kahn (featuring Butterfly McQueen)
This program is part of the SWAN Day festivities.
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Check it out!
My play “Research Subjects or That Creepy Guy Taping Me in My Sleep” is featured!
**PLEASE BE ADVISED SOME PLAYS HAVE ADULT THEMES***
Open Hydrant Theater Company Presents
FALL SHORTS PLAY FESTIVAL, 2014
October 17-19, 2014
Friday, October 17 @ 7:30pm
Saturday, October 18 @ 3pm & 8pm
Sunday, October 19 @ 3pm
Tickets are $12 PRE SALE/ $18 AT DOOR
PRICE INCLUDES A DRINK!
Prologue Theater Company’s Short Play Festival: Landmark 2014: Shattered Reason
including “Three Witches” by Erin Moughon