Although some of the stories seemed familiar, there was a newness in listening to the cast read each writer’s story. Read what else Jasmine Gallup has to say in her RDU on Stage review of WTF's collaboration with the Jewish Women's Theatre.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, traditional theater seems like a thing of the past. The Women's Theatre Festival's experimental virtual production of Her, however, seems to cry out for a performance on a physical stage.
Embracing both the challenges and opportunities of technology, the Women’s Theatre Festival Fringe series streamed a variety of “live” performances on Saturday night, providing a possible glimpse of how we might be experiencing theatre as the coronavirus pandemic continues. Read what Kim Jackson has to say about the first weekend of virtual productions.
Following a two-day workshopping process of Jacqueline E. Lawton's new play XIX about the role of Black women in the women's suffrage movement, the Women's Theatre Festival is presenting a virtual reading of excerpts from the play during their WTF Fringe Festival. Hear what Lawton has to say in advance of the reading to RDU on Stage.