Elaine Meder Wilgus in A Room of One’s Own
Friday, April 5, 1:30pm Free
“A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction.” Become members of the 1928 University of Cambridge for this lecture by Virginia Woolf. With Elaine Meder-Wilgus.
27 rue de fleures
Friday, April 5, 3pm Free
Join Gertrude Stein at 27 rue de fleures as she hosts poets Alison Jaenicke, Rachel Lyons, Lisa Mangini, Mary Rohrer-Dann, and Camille Yvette Welsch. With Stephanie Gates as Gertrude Stein.
Playwriting Festival Shorts & One Acts
Admisson Free, Friday, April 5 7-9pm; Sunday, April 6 1:30-4:30pm
So You Wanna Be a Pirate
Saturday, April 6, 9:30am and 11am $5
Arrrr mateys! It’s time to climb aboard the pirate ship Tempest on its seafaring voyage. There be sharks, pirate games and shantys, and even a bit of treasure! This 45-minute StoryBook Theatre adventure takes us through the land of pirate books and other sea-faring stories. Designed for ages 4-10.
Much Ado About Nothing
Saturday, April 5 3pm; Sunday, April 7, 7:30pm
Mary Rose Valentine is back in the Shakespeare sharing mode! Much Ado About Nothing has all the ingredients of a classic Shakespearean comedy: love, wit, insults,and a dastardly plan to make everyone absolutely miserable. Can Benedick and Beatrice, locked in a raging battle of words, fall for each other? Can Claudio and Hero marry before Don John conspires to stop them? Will Dogberry ever make sense? (Spoiler Alert: No, he won’t.) Whatever happens, it’ll be quite fun!
Roxy Arrojo performs in Lady Grey’s Lovelies host Fast and Loose - A Community Cabaret Saturday, April 6, 8pm $18