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A Parade of Plays, Readings & Scenes

 plus some of Boston's favorite actors!

  * The Queen of the Gods puts her young son in danger
     * A transvestite rescues a punk lesbian
       * 1698:  A girl dons breeches to go to university
       * A dish of kugel  leads to a second chance for romance
         * A teenage hypochondriac rolls through an identity crisis
           * and more!

When?  SAT. & SUN. Nov. 8-9, 2003
Where?  Cambridge & Boston, Massachusetts / Richmond, Virginia /
             Aberystwyth, Wales (UK) & other cities simultaneously

Sat. Nov. 8   Central Square Library
45 Pearl Street, Camb. MA ,Noon-1 pm 
    GroupWrite for Playwrights
           1 pm    Parade of plays & pieces by Geralyn Horton, Janet Kenney,
Rebecca Saunders, Debbie Wiess, Eliza Wyatt
   3+ pm      Open Microphone -- are you a woman playwright?
Never heard of ICWP? Didn't know this was happening?
Bring your 5-10 minute scene and introduce yourself and your work!

Saturday Afternoon Program                  

Wheelock Family Theatre, 200 The Riverway, Boston

Sat. Nov. 8    6:30 pm      
  Parade of plays and pieces by 
Rosanna Yamagiwa  Alfaro, Shelby Allen, Deborah Fortson,
Kirsten Greenidge, Monica Raymond, Lois Roach, Beverly Scott, Debra Wise
      Saturday Evening Program 8:30 pm   
       “Women Playwrights Today:  Avenues & Strategies
 panelists:  Joyce VanDyke, playwright, Jane Staab, artistic director, WheelockFamily Theatre, Debra Wise, co-founder, Underground Railway Theatre & co-producer, Women on Top theatre festival , Rebecca Low, assistant to the producing artistic director, Lyric Stage Company,
Mary McCollough, co-founder Street Feet Theatre 

Sun. Nov. 9 

                          Wheelock Family Theatre, 200 The Riverway, Boston

                          7 pm      Parade of plays and pieces by Miriam D'Amato,

                      Leslie Dillen & Paula Plum, Robbie McCauley,
                           Amy Merrill, Kate Snodgrass, Ginger Lazarus
Sunday Evening Program

9:30 pm Summing: Onwards and Upwards!

Central Square Library: 
FREE * 45 Pearl Street, Cambridge
T stop:  Central Square on the Red Line
Wheelock Family Theatre: 

$10 donation (students, $5) to benefit
On the Rise,
           a Cambridge residence for homeless women

             200 The Riverway, Boston
 T stop:  Longwood on the Green Line (cross the Muddy River)
Fenway, cross Riverway to Wheelock Campus
$5 parking at MASCO garage behind Temple Israel
Information about previous HER-rah!! events and
The International Centre for Women Playwrights go to ICWP