Friday, March 4, 2011

Check out my monologue "Big" in Port Townsend, WA: March 7-8

I have a piece in "Here, There & Everywhere" -- a festival of monologues by women playwrights that celebrates International Women's Day -- happening at Key City Public Theater in Port Townsend, Washington on March 7-8, 2011.

For more details, look here!

Area playwrights (“Here”) include Denise Fleener of Sequim (“Chinese For Dummies”), Rebecca Redshaw of Port Angeles (“Nellie's Memory”), Barbara Lindsay of Shoreline (“Belt Loop Man”), and Rebecca Goldberg of Seattle (“Me Vs. My Subconscious”).

Monologues by other American writers (“There”) are “Big” by EM Lewis, New Jersey, “The Hunter” by Gloria Calderon Kellett, Los Angeles, “The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman” by Carolyn Gage, Maine, and “The People” by Vicki Caroline Cheatwood, Texas.

Representing “Everywhere” is the twenty-three-year-old writer Hina Siddique of Pune, India, whose untitled monologue presents two very different women with one terrible secret.


Anonymous said...

Loved following along on your Guthrie journey on fb. How far is this place, that's doing your monologue, from Seattle? -PJS-

EM Lewis said...

It's not what you'd call close! About two hours, maybe... and that would include ferry boat rides!