Works by Women San Francisco salutes Martha Richards, who celebrated her 65th birthday and the 20th anniversary of her organization Women Arts this past weekend! Martha is a cracker-jack arts administrator and long-time champion of women artists…
An interview with Pulitzer-winner Marsha Norman, Leela’s Femprov Fest 2015 calls for submissions, the Women Playwrights International Conference goes to Africa, some off-Broadway statistics, and some new shows to see in the city in this week’s edition of This Week in Feminist Theater!
The Counting Actors Project is managed by Bay Area actor Valerie Weak, and began in June 2011 on her own blog. Works by Women San Francisco began hosting the project […]
To celebrate two fantastic years of Works by Women SF, our Meetup group saw a play by the first playwright we featured in our Plays by Women series: Rinne Groff (The Ruby Sunrise, Jimmy Carter was a Democrat). “77%” was a part of the San Francisco Playhouse Sandbox Series.
Theatre Bay Area Awards, DirectorFest 2014’s lineup, an interview with Georgia Stitt, and shows to see, including The Monster Compendium at Exit Theatre!
Women playwrights are dominating for the first time ever; Shakespeare’s Sister Fellow for the year is Dipika Guha from NY; Arts Garage’s “A Celebration of Women’s Voices”; and great shows to see in the Bay Area, including “In From the Cold”, directed by WWSF’s very own Christine Young!