The new touring production of SEVEN plays at the Queens Theater in Flushing on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 8pm (Open Captioning) and Sunday, Oct. 27 at 3pm (Audio Description and ASL)
SEVEN is a documentary play by seven playwrights based on personal interviews with seven remarkable women who faced life-threatening obstacles before bringing far-reaching changes to their home countries. Each story makes the powerful and timeless statement that even in the darkest times, one person, one voice and a single act of courage, can change the lives of thousands.
The play has been translated into 27 languages and performed in even more countries.
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The Trial Of Susan B. Anthony, a commission by LATW to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of women getting the vote.
Nine Monologues: Getting To Know You, publication in Parnassus: Poetry in Review, Spring 2019
Gun, to be published in an anthology by Methuen in January 2020
SEVEN is the 2019-20 touring production of Los Angeles Theatre Works
https://latw.org/current-tour, beginning in La Jolla, California and concluding in Albany, New York
Bogliasco fellowship, The Liguria Study Center, November-December 2019
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Interview included in
opened on June 15, 2017 to standing ovations and exceptional reviews at RedCat Theatre i L.A. Adapted from a monologue by Yankowitz, the opera dramatizes the extraordinary transformation of Mukhtar Mai from illiterate peasant to a courageous activist on behalf of women, human rights and education. Ms. Mai traveled from Pakistan to Los Angeles to attend the show and participate in talkbacks following each show. To learn more about the performances and watch the trailer, click here.
NIGHT SKY translated into Hebrew
Night Sky has been translated into Hebrew for inclusion in the new anthology A Room of their Own: Six American Women Playwrights in Hebrew Translation, edited by Linda Ben-Zvi. The play explores what Steven Hawking has called the two mysteries remaining to us: the brain and the cosmos.
Night Sky explores what Steven Hawking has called the two mysteries remaining to us: the brain and the cosmos.
Read a review here: somedayprods.com/talking/pillow-talkings-review-of-night-sky
A description of the play here https://www.revolvy.com/page/Night-Sky
(play and a Free Sample (in English) - Samuel French www.samuelfrench.com/Download/GetFile?downloadId=101378
The Crazy but True Tragical-Farcical Trial of Madame P: a theatrical bestiary inspired by trials of the Middle Ages wherein a pig and various four-legged and winged creatures are prosecuted for theft, murder, bestiality and diverse crimes against humankind.
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