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TMD @ Page to Stage Fest 2018!!!

We have 3 awwweeesome shows for you on Sept. 3 in
the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Gallery!

10:30 am – Ladies: A Staged Reading

– Written & Directed by Marketa Nicholson

 

1:30 pm – Enough: A Musical

– Written & Directed by Amber Waltz

  • Cast Info to come

5:00 pm – Airquote “Ladylike:” A Concert of Women Musical Theater Creators

– Directed by Jessica Dubish (2 songs directed by Megan Sperger and 2 by Lance Lewman)

– Curated by Dara Gold

  • Written by 11 Musical Theater Creators/Teams.
  • For our digital program click here.

 

 

 

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Capital Fringe Festival This July!

We are stoked that we’re in the 2018 Capital Fringe Festival!

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Our play is “Painted Ladies Bosses of the Wild West.” The show is a historical fiction comedic drama.

Welcome to the tale of the unsung and unexpected lives of the women that were essential to the business growth and expansion of American Wild West. These “badly behaved,” sharp business savvy, multitalented, customer building economic powerhouses that were the saloon ladies. This interactive play brings you right into the saloon with our oh so talented saloon girls to indulge in the vices of the wild west and discover that these ladies are more than meet the eye and were waaay ahead of their time.

Time travel to 1867 costs a pretty penny, but your contribution will bring this opportunity to life at the Capital Fringe Festival in SW D.C. this July. If you’d like to support the show you can donate at –> https://www.gofundme.com/paintedladies

Keep an eye out for more info! 

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This production is presented as a part of the 2018 Capital Fringe Festival, a program of the Washington, DC non-profit Capital Fringe.

#capfringe18 #paintedladies #dctheater #acreativedc

Photography by Bryanda Minix
Special Thanks to Homestead DC for the photoshoot location.

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Preview: Women Playwrights Set to Take Page-to-Stage by Storm

We are featured in the DC Metro Theater Arts Preview Aricle too among other AMAZING theater and musical companies, groups, and playwrights presenting shows at the Kennedy Center’s #PageToStage Festival this Labor Day Weekend.  DC Metro Theater Arts (DCMTA) is a theater site that writes reviews, interviews, and articles about professional, community, university, school, and children’s theatre in the DC Metro area.

Featured groups include: Open Stage, Liberated Muse, The Coil Project, Wednesday Verses, The Welders, Naked Theater Company, Theatre Prometheus, and Woolly Mammoth Theater Company.

Aricle Excerpt: Click HERE for more 🙂

Want to see some really cool plays with women at the helm of the production? We’ve got great news for you! Women playwrights and women-led theater companies are ready to entertain you at the Kennedy Center’s 16th Annual Page-to-Stage New Works Festival September 2 – 4. This year women’s works span the spectrum from dramas to comedies to musicals to competitions. All shows are free. These talented women are modern muses who are more than just the inspiration for shows, they’re the whole theater package – writers, directors, actors, set and costume designers, and producers galore. Here’s a quick guide to a few amazing performances you won’t want to miss. Please come and #StickAround the festival with us! You won’t regret it!

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Collection of Marketa’s Creative Mojo

19029223_1033388493464603_7085931169925909218_nOne of our Fearless Leaders, Marketa is always jotting down beautiful words and mini-expressions of art and inner musings, like a shot of expresso, but for creativity. So here is some of her magic.

  •   Life is like a series of lessons, with many roads to take. Never get mad when you take the wrong one because the cool thing is there is always a reason that you were on it.

  •  Peace is rare. When you have it cherish it.

  •   Theater is the perfect outlet to me. Gives people a chance to be, say, and do things that they never would. Be bold, make choices and be unapologetic.

  • What moves you? As humans is always in search of purpose. All souls are all connected by the need to move forward. You’re more than just flesh and bone. Stay inspired.