Women's Work 2018: Our 12th Annual

Sept 7 through 23

Beginning September 7, Tennessee Women's Theater Project presents its Twelfth Annual Women's Work festival of performing and visual arts created by women. Running through Sunday September 23 at North Nashville's Looby Theater, the festival cuts a broad swathe across styles and genres to offer eleven completely different programs: poetry and storytelling; staged readings of new plays; film, poetry, dance, comedy, music and a display of visual art pieces. Women's Work is presented with the support of our 2017-2018 Season Sponsor HCA TriStar Healthcare, and individual donors - like you!
 
Women's Work runs three weekends, from September 7 – 23, 2018, with a different program on each performance date. 
 
Performances:
September 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 & 22 at 7:30 pm
September 9, 16 & 23 at 2:30 pm
 
Individual Tickets: $10
Festival Pass (good for admission to all shows): $60
Mini Pass (good for admission to any 4 shows): $30
 
 

Women’s Work 2018 Program Lineup

(as of August 26)

September 7, 7:30 pm – Dance Night: featuring works from choreographers Amanda Cantrell Roche (Blue Moves); Ashlyn Cianciolo; Kavana West, McKay House and Utam Moses; Erin Kouwe; Brandy A. Rogers; Windship Boyd and Beverly Love; Jen-Jen Lin

September 8, 7:30 pm – Theater/One-Woman Shows: Five Junctions of Acceptance: A Love Letter, by Arabelle Pollick; and The Vicious Hillbilly or Dating in the Deep South, by Dawn Larsen

September 9, 2:30 pm – Theater/Staged Reading: Boxes, by Brooke Bryant

September 13, 7:30 pm – Theater/One-Woman Shows: Project 24, by Brandy A. Rogers; Be Fruitful and Multiply, by Tricia Rose Burt

September 14, 7:30 pm – Various Shorts: Mermaid Asylum, by Lainie Marsh and Nishat Mirza; The Revolution of My Voice, by Greta McClain; Circular Emotion, by Mary Donnet-Johnson; It’s Complicated, a sitcom pilot by Emily Steele

September 15, 7:30 pm – Theater/One-Woman Show: If I Dare, by Ginger Newman

September 16, 2:30 pm – Poetry & Comedy! Featuring poets Mimi Pantelides, Colleen McClintock, and Dana Malone; and comics Aleta Myles (hosting the comedy portion of the show), Allison Summers, Melissa McKnight, Shannon Delane, and Britt Beer

September 20, 7:30 pm – Theater/Staged Reading: Seven Bridges Road, by Marilynn Barner Anselmi

September 21, 7:30 pm – Storytelling and Monologues: Sirens of Appalachia, by Dana Malone, Kristen Chapman Gibbons, and Lily Wilson; and Mothers, Wives, Daughters, Sisters, Friends, by Myra Stephens

September 22, 7:30 pm – Musical Tribute: Nina Now, by Destiny Stone

September 23, 2:30 pm – Theater/Staged Reading: Irish Mist, by Bren Dubay

Visual art on display – photography by Nikki Staggs;

painting by Carol Tures

 
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Our Mission

  • to present theatrical productions of the highest quality to Middle Tennessee audiences
  • to produce plays that express the human condition in the female voice
  • to provide acting, directing, design and management opportunities for women in professional theater
  • to bring live theater to new, underserved audiences