Produce pieces by women and about women! You can search through our herstorical women and also our fabulous playwrights at the top. Check out the ‘About 365’ page if you are interested in getting involved or want to have a 365 festival or play at your theatre. Find out more: ABOUT US!
TEEN PLAYWRIGHTS: 2021 plays for 365 Next Generation Playwriting Initiative are due November 1st. Visit the page for all the information. Passed winners are:
2018 Next Gen playwrights: LyLena Estabine & Sarah Lina Sparks
2019 Next Gen playwrights: Aiyana McGarry Fairley & Claire Waldrop
Keep your eye out for the announcement of our 2020 winners!
PLAYWRIGHTS: Claims are open for 2021! Please check out the 2021 Information Page for everything you need to know. If you have questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to writing with you.
2021 plays due: December 31, 2021
EXCITING NEWS & PRESS:
Wonderful article about us on Script Mag.com !
Check out the list on New Play Exchange featuring women in her story by our very own Jennifer O’Grady!
Fabulous article on the Fifth Annual 365 Festival at Rover Dramawerks in Texas!
Check out a great write up about our 365 festival at Florida State University with White Mouse Productions.
Our wonderful playwrights in Spain have had their pieces published!
Check us out in the Dramatist:
We are happy to be an affiliate of Women in the Arts & Media!
For more press check out our Press Page!
NOVEMBER 20th– 7pm White Mouse Production’s 4th Annual 365 Women a Year Festival. This year we will be presenting plays featuring: Marie-Anne Lavoisier, Evelina Haverfield, Queen Lili’uokalani, The Schuyler Sisters, Ida Tarbell
F.A.B. Women explores the amazing women artists throughout theatre’s history (and present) with two evenings of monologues, spotlighting women whom you may (or may not) know.
Presented by F.A.B. Women [Lee Brock, curator | Christine Cirker, producer], F.A.B. writers are joined by writers from 365 Women A Year to present these solo selections— all directed and performed by F.A.B.
Join us on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 24 & 25 to experience some of these profound persons.
Reserve a ticket for the Zoom link, or join us on Facebook LIVE [Barrow Group] at 6:30pm!
Program A – Saturday, Oct. 24 @ 6:30 pm
Performers: Sarah Babb, Charlotte Ortiz Colavin, Samantha Evans*, Tamara Flannagan*, Missy Hargraves, Renata Hinrichs*, Beth Lane*, Kristi Ng, Alice Jankell*, Priscilla Shanks*, Jessica Washington
Directors: Rachel Casparian, Christine Cirker, Maureen Fleming, Donna Jean Fogel, Anne Richardson, Julia Ryan
Playwrights: Rita Anderson, Kendra Augustin, Susan Cinoman, Charlotte Ortiz Colavin, Jess Eisenberg, Janet Meyer-Jackman, Lindsey Ruzza, Amber Valois, Sue Yocum
Program B – Sunday, Oct. 25 @ 6:30 pm
Performers: Rachel Bennett*, Kristin Chase*, Donna Jean Fogel*, Eulone Gooding, Katherine Alt Keener*, Kristina Latour*, Jackie Maruschak*, Anne Richardson*, Barbara J. Spence*, Myra Thibault*
Directors: Rachel Casparian, Christine Cirker, Donna Jean Fogel, Alice Jankell, Annie Larussa, Anne Richardson, Julia Ryan
Playwrights: Diana Burbano, Caitlin M. Caplinger, Christine Cirker, Annie Larussa, Shellen Lubin, D. Lee Miller, Bara Swain, Sue Yocum
NOVEMBER 9th AlphaNYC Theatre presents: The Thalia Festival. Directed by: Denise Ivanoff Cast A: 3pm & 7pm Plays by: Allie Costa*, Bailey Jordan Garcia*, Lizzie Guest*, Persephone Vandegrift*, Shelli Pentimall Bookler*, Sue Yocum* Cast B: 5pm & 9pm. Plays by: Allie Costa*, Danielle Wirsansky*, Ellen Wittlinger*, Jess Eisenberg*, Marina Barry*
NOVEMBER 10th Playwrights for Pets: making theater to benefit animals in need (A reading of short plays to benefit Rescue Dogs Rescue Soldiers*) Plays by Melody Cooper, Jess Eisenberg, Christine Toy Johnson, Amina S. McIntyre, Robin Rice, and Lucy Wang, DIRECTED BY: Sue Yocum, Location: The Sonnet at the Producers Club, 358 W 44 Street, New York, NYTwo performances on Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm; running time 90 minutes, no intermission
MAY 9-12 ANNA KARENINA LIVES!, a theatrical romp pairing Sophia Tolstoy and Mae West, takes on the male literary patriarchy with humor, music and love. MAY 9-12 at Under St. Marks Theatre, NYC, 8 pm. Written, produced and directed by women. Details: http://www.horsetrade.info/event/be5a033f58b273f980f78762fe1f7658?fbclid=IwAR1pXa0h_LFaQohsjS4seOeu_c5XBR4Mzi91lNw2AwyLIgzfXUu1yoaswtA
APRIL-MAY: Suffer a Witch by Donna Latham will have its premiere at The Company OnStage in Houston
MARCH 28-APRIL 6: Rover Dramawerks 365 Festival
MARCH 28 & 30: NOPlays HERSTORY! After the Thin Man by Shellen Lubin, Little Swan by Allie Costa, A Moment of Silence by Allie Costa, Frida Khalo: Heartbreaker by Lylanne Musselman, The performances will take place March 28th and 30th at the New Haven Free Public Library.
MARCH 16: Swan Day Readings hosted by Oregon Contemporary Theatre. And Nothing But the Truth by Nancy Hopps directed by Erica Towe, The Brave the Tender and the Fair by Lolly Ward directed by Eliza Roaring Springs, Helen Dreams Ramona by Dorothy Velasco, directed by Ty Tyra Potter, Walking Florida Now by Connie Bennett directed by Maggie Hadley, For the Love of Baghdad by Jan Eliot directed by Mary Wetherbee, Partner Of… by Rachael Carnes directed by Nancy Hopps, That Sunny April Afternoon by Paul Calandrino directed by Carol Massahos, Molly Ivins by Kim Kelly directed by Connie Bennett
For more, check out our PAST PRODUCTIONS PAGE!