LITTLE BLACK DRESS – ‘CURVES AHEAD’
SATURDAY MAY 7 at 6PM
At the Sedona Hub – 525B Posse Grounds Rd
Donations Accepted at the door
Annual National New Play festival featuring female playwrights
Red Earth Theatre is delighted to announce that they are bringing 6 exciting new 10 minute plays and one monologue by female playwrights to Sedona Hub on Saturday 7th at 6.00pm. The FREE reading will take place in conjunction with Little Black Dress INK’s ONSTAGE Project, a female playwright festival featuring readings of 35 new plays in 7 different cities. Over 60 artists have signed on to bring readings of the selected short plays to Sedona, AZ; Los Angeles, CA; ; Ithaca, NY; Auburn, GA; Ames, IA; and Lafayette, LA before the winning plays move on to production in Prescott, AZ.
The Curves Ahead playwrights are Micki Shelton, Melanie Sapecky, Ambef Bosworth and Karen Murphy (from Prescott), C.J Ehrlich (from New York), Elizabeth Coplan (from Seattle), and Ann Hamilton.
Directors are Nichole Garrison, Sarah Ann Lesslie, Kate Hawkes, and Gerard Maguire, with local actors including Lisa Schatz Glinsky, Marlou Elewaut, Terra Shelman, Linda Damita, Gerard Maguire, Nichole Garrison, Jeff Masters, Christina Kiepper Halstead and two wild ladies from ZenProv Shaeri Richards and Betty Testa.
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April 8-10 and 15-16
TRAVELING THROUGH SHAKESPEARE
an original production from Red Earth Theatre
Sorry Wrong Number
by Lucille Fletcher
by Alan Ball
and 2 Monologues
CRUSHES & BOUQUETS – The Wine Show
SEPTEMBER Friday 25 and Saturday 26: 6.30.pm
Crushes & Bouquets: The Wine Show, a specially blended collage of words about wine and life from across cultures and through the ages, travels from the land to the table, across the palate and into the body, mind, spirit and heart.
LOPLOP AND THE QUEEN: A Collage Play with Max and Dorothea
– a new play to celebrate Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning March 13-15 2015
written by Kate Hawkes, with Gerard Maguire, Nichole Garrison, Sarah Ann Lesslie and Jason Steffen
SPECIAL ‘VISUAL POETS’ FOR FIRST FRIDAY (6th) AND VALENTINE’S DAY (14th)
Red Earth Theatre with the Sedona Arts Center – 10 poets in “From The Heart” in the Special Exhibition Gallery, at the Sedona Arts Center. Each poet presented their poem as a work of art, hanging in the gallery with 16 other artists work.
Female Playwrights ONSTAGE Project ‘Planting The Seed’ May 4,2014
with Little Black Dress Ink At the Sedona Arts Center