I’m an official part of the 365 Women a Year: A Playwriting Project! I’m honored to be a part of this worthy, interesting and fabulous project — and to have written about Princess Iwa, a remarkable Maori singer. Check out my listing here.
…more about 365 Women a Year:
“This international playwriting project involves over 200 playwrights who have signed on to write one or more one-acts about extraordinary women in both past and present history. The project’s ambitious yet focused goal is to write women back into the social consciousness as well as empower and promote female playwrights around the country.”
My colleague, David Hyde, started the recent #RuinaNovelwithSocialMedia trend, which FOUR media outlets covered. I’m (a little too) giddy to say two of my quips made the BUZZFEED BOOKS “29 Hilarious Fake Books About Social Media That Need To Exist,” including their #1 pick.
…and I also made the PASTE List of the “12 Funniest #RuinaNovelwithSocialMedia Tweets”:
…is what I’ll feel like if you are reading this on Facebook or Twitter *and* seeing a new Link Image. Take that password-update-plugin fears! Take it, I say!
Check out the fabulous, official pictures from the Stage Raw LA Theater Awards, posted courtesy of Timothy Norris – @timothynorris on Twitter & Instagram.
We are thrilled that O RÉJANE is now an “award-winning play!” Says first-ever Stage Raw Leading Female Performance winner Cara Pifko about Réjane, “She has illuminated me and our audiences about career, motherhood and all aspects of love.” Here Pifko’s name is, immortalized:
Nice pre-award story here on the Art of Monteque!
We could not be more thrilled to announce that Cara Pifko (Réjane) won Leading Female Performance at the first-ever Stage Raw Theater Awards. In graciously accepting her award, Pifko credited the O RÉJANE ensemble for its collective great work. Seated high in the gallery above the stage at Los Angeles Theater Center, Pifko and Turner barely made it downstairs in time for Pifko to run on stage to accept the inaugural Stage Raw Award. Pifko immediately placed her award center stage, in honor of Réjane herself.