Welcome to 3Girls Theatre Company!

3Girls Theatre Company is putting “women’s work onstage . . . where it belongs.” Surveys tell us that the small percentage of works by women playwrights produced in mainstream American theatre is roughly the same today as it was a century ago — hovering at somewhere between 12-18%, depending on the year.   We at 3Girls Theatre aren’t interested in debating the politics of this problem. We’re just interested in solving it!

Our not-for-profit group has a singular mission: to create theatre experiences that let the voices of women and girls to be heard, loud and clear.   Founded in 2011 by San Francisco playwrights Suze Allen, AJ Baker and Lee Brady, we are a company of women playwrights in the truest sense of the word: co-conspirators, partners, enthusiastic supporters of one another’s work.  Women artists are still an astonishingly under-served (and under-heard) community, even in 21st century America, where the possibilities should be endless.   We started 3GT to ensure our work — and the work of our collaborators — gets the high quality development and production it deserves, giving  audiences the chance to see just what happens when the female perspective makes it to the stage!   3GT programs include our annual FestivalsStaged Reading Series,  educational outreach programs and special member Projects that invite script submissions and participation from our larger community .  Join us on our journey! Be a Company volunteer or apply for a student internship.  Sign up to get email updates from this site and on Facebook.  And keep up with all of the latest and greatest news about 3GT right here.

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Happy Thanksgiving from 3Girls Theatre!

From all of us at 3GT — our very best wishes to you and yours for a joyful holiday!


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3Girls Theatre Company, the San Francisco company of women playwrights that “puts women’s work on the stage, where it belongs!” is seeking submissions from Bay Area writer/performers for our Lez Writes! project.

WHAT IS LEZ WRITES!: Lez Writes! is a project of 3Girls Theatre Company that produces readings and performances of short works by lesbian playwrights in the Bay Area.   3GT Resident Playwright Margery Kreitman curates the project.

WHO SHOULD SUBMIT: Calling for works by lez, bi, trans playwrights and writers for a fun and funny VALENTINE’S DAY show.  Seeking submissions from women of   ALL AGES, races and ethnicities. Women of color encouraged to apply!  We love it if you are a writer who is comfortable performing your own work, and if that is not the case, send it anyway and we will find someone to perform it!

TOPICS: For Valentines Day Show:  Seeking pieces depicting your lez, bi, trans, (or all 3!) life experiences, that focus on one or more of the following topics: romance, dating, love, sex, polyamory, monogamy, intimacy, marriage, break-up, divorce,  family.  We request short, 5-8 minute humorous pieces. They can be personal essay, flash memoir, monologue, slam poetry, 2-4 character short play, or creative non-fiction.

WHEN/WHERE:  We will be doing a reading /performance on February 8th, 3 pm at Take Five Cafe in Berkeley.  It is a great neighborhood  cafe and venue with lots of street parking.  (Please make sure you are available on the day of the reading to attend a run-though in addition to the performance).

HOW TO SUBMIT:  Submission by email only.  Please send submissions to: lwsubmissions@3girlstheatre.org with the subject “Lez Writes! Project” in subject line.  Scripts should be attached to your email in MS Word or PDF.  Please include your name and all contact information on the cover page only.  Please number the pages.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE! :  Midnight, January 15, 2015.

Questions?  Email 3GT Director of Administration Spiraleena Mason at spiraleena@3girlstheatre.org or call 415-527-0301.


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Update from the Artistic Director: October

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October in San Francisco!  The Giants are winning again, the Blue Angels are flying again, and there’s so much theater in town that even the most dedicated performance addict can’t hope to see all of it. Plus, perfect fall weather.  No complaints here.

We are so busy getting the next season ready!    Calendar details will be announced in December.   If you’re not already a member of 3GT Club, join now to make sure you get first dibs on seats for all of our very cool events.   For now, here’s what’s happening (and what’s happened!) since we last touched base.


    • Friday, October 17 at 8 pm: Patricia Milton‘s solo monologue, KITTY’S PRESCRIPTION, featured in last year’s sold-out collection of solo pieces “Cat Ladies,” will be performed by Martha Rynberg as part of “Cat Town Cabaret,” a cat adoption fundraiser. One night only at Veteran’s Hall, 401 Highland Avenue, Piedmont, CA. Buy tickets here.
    • Saturday, October 25 at 8 pm:  We’ll be in LA for closing night of Robin Bradford‘s  LOW HANGING FRUIT at Zephyr Theatre. Robin’s wonderful play has received rave reviews during its world premiere run, and you can hear a fascinating interview with Robin by LAFPI’s Alyson Mead here.  Spread the word to all your friends in Los Angeles and if you can do the quick trip down there yourself for closing night, let us know so we can make sure to connect with you.  3GT members and friends can enter the code TP55 for a 55% ticket discount.   Buy tickets  here.


  • 3GT Resident Playwright AJ Baker on  the selection of  THE ANNIVERSARY EFFECT  as a finalist for Capital Repertory Theatre’s NEXT ACT! 2014 New Play Summit.   The play was selected as one of the top ten scripts out of almost 350.   A portion of the play will be read as part of the “First 15″  program at the Summit on November 1, 2014 in Albany, New York.
  • 3GT Advisors Bill Bivins and Lauren Gunderson on the world premieres of their new plays.   Both plays opened at the end of September:   Bill’s  RANSOM, TEXAS   at  San Francisco’s Tides Theatre (produced by Virago Theatre Company) and Lauren’s FIRE WORK at Berkeley’s Live Oak Theatre (produced by TheatreFIRST).
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