Saturday, March 28 is SWAN Day!
... and The Georgetown Theatre Company along with Women in Film & Video and
Doorway Arts Ensemble Theater Company will host eleven-hours of Woman Arts in
SWAN Day begins at 10:00am with a kick-off brunch at Café La Ruche (1039 31st Street, NW – first come, first served),
featuring a staged reading of Alexis Clements’ ASSISTANCE WITHOUT RESISTANCE
presented by Doorway Arts Ensemble Theater Company.
The schedule continues at 1:00pm with an open discussion between a panel of women
artists and the community, Dishing with the Girls, at
Barnes & Noble (corner of M & Thomas
Jefferson Streets, NW).
At 2:00pm, simultaneous events begin:
Performances at Barnes & Noble follow
DISHING WITH THE GIRLS at 1:45 and include sketch comedy by New York’s
Curvy by Nature; a discussion with award winning children’s book author and
illustrator Adjoa Burrowes; WISE WOMEN, tales by acclaimed storyteller
Ellouise Schoettler; and a staged reading of HIS NIGHTMARE, Mary Watters’
short play about “woman as literary muse”.
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A block and a half away, Women in Film & Video will present a screening of short
films by an elite selection of female film talent at CDIA Boston University, in
The Foundry (1055 Thomas Jefferson Avenue,
NW). The films chosen were also part of the International Women’s Day and represent
the work of nine exceptionally gifted international directors from four countries.
A play-reading marathon at Grace Church
(1041 Wisconsin Avenue, NW) also begins at 2:00pm and will include readings of
eight short plays by Washington favorites D.W. Gregory, Alison Pruitt, Lisa
Alapick and Mary Watters, as well as DC area native R.L. Nesvet and British
emerging playwrights Phyffer Wright and Liana Summers-Shaw, Lori Fischer, Phyffer
Wright and Liana Summers-Shaw. Directors include Krista Cowan, Laura Giannarelli,
Heather Gaither-Greek, Rachel Grossman, Dani Nolan, Alia Faith Williams, Catherine
Aselford and Francesca Mantani Arkus.
The Artsy Women meet for dinner at Chadwicks
Restaurant (3205 K Street, NW) then SWAN Day ends with a staged reading of
Juliana Avery’s play Hollywood Ending, at 7:00pm at
Actors include Terence Aselford, Jeremy Brown, Krista Cowan, Laura Dunlop, Brandon
Gowen, Nick Greek, Lindsay Haynes, Deborah Kirby, Suzanne Knapik, Monique LaForce,
Momo Nakamura, Karen Novak, Alex Perez, James Radack, Lynnie Raybuck, Megan Reichelt
Janey Roberts, Nanette Savard, Julia Stemper, Clay Teunis, Patt Strott Wheatley
and many more!
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