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CURRENT MEMBER NEWS

Workshop Members Mike Boland, Chelsea Carpenter, Molly Garbe, Andrea Lynn Green, and Michael Raver will perform in a reading of Andra Vebell's one-hour historical drama pilot, "Stars and Stripes." Directed by playwriting instructor Douglas Moser. Written in Alana Sanko's long-running Advanced Screenwriting/TV course, this is a unique opportunity for the writer/creator to hear their work out loud before an audience and also for the audience to offer useful feedback. In-person attendance will be limited. Wine & cheese will be served. RSVP to hold a seat or sign-up for zoom information.

WHERE: Hybrid -- ONLINE via Zoom and
IN PERSON at 25 Sylvan Road South, Suite J, Westport CT,  06880

DATE: Saturday, January 28, 2023

TIME: 3 to 5pm EST

WINE & CHEESE WILL BE SERVED
LIMITED PARTICIPANTS

For more info, call 203.227.3250 or email info@WestportWriters.org

Charlotte Hampden will perform in Eccentric Women of Ridgefield January 29 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST cost: $25.00 The Meetinghouse – 605 Ridgebury Rd. Ridgefield, CT. Tickets are $25, and reservations can be made at https://meetinghouse.life/

The Ridgefield Theater Barn in partnership with the Ridgefield Historical Society and The Meetinghouse is presenting Eccentric Women of Ridgefield, based on the writings and performances of Dr. Darla Shaw. Adapted for the stage by Stephen Robbins and directed by Linda Seay, the play is presented, without intermission, Sunday, January 29 at 2 pm. The performance will be presented at The Meetinghouse – 605 Ridgebury Rd. Ridgefield, CT. Reception to follow in Shields Hall.

Lisa McCree: Feeling blessed... I have been commissioned to work on a collaborative piece with three other writers, and we are creating a piece called: Mecca is Burning, under the residency of University of Pennsylvania. The venue is called: PENN LIVEARTS~ "Arguably the most successful Black theatre group in the world,” (American Theatre) the Negro Ensemble Company, our 22/23 season artist-in-residence, performs Mecca is Burning, a world premiere play juxtaposing 1960s protest poetry with our current social climate. This new work merges live music, dance, civil rights era poetry and contemporary writings that reflect on our nation’s recent racial reckoning, with additional inspiration from Ntozake Shange’s acclaimed theatre piece, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide / When the Rainbow is Enuf. Penn Live Arts is thrilled to co-produce and commission this meaningful exploration of social and racial themes, elevating the authentic, underrepresented stories of the Black experience. website: https://pennlivearts.org/event/nec
 

The Academy Award-nominated actor Eric Roberts has committed to performing in Randy Schein's award-winning film, FIRST LADY OF BASEBALL. And his first article has been published online! It's all about his earliest days in this crazy industry. Please check out the link below: https://www.new-thinking.online/culture/odd-jobs-nutjobs-acting-in-america

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