We’re very proud of the accomplishments of our 3GT Playwrights and Associate Artists, and we’re delighted to support them as they and their work appear on stages throughout the Bay Area (and beyond!). Please join us to support the work of these outstanding theatre professionals. Here’s what’s going on right now for our 3GT Company members:
3GT PLAYWRIGHTS WORK ON STAGE NOW AND SOON:
LYNNE KAUFMAN: 3GT Associate Playwright Lynne Kaufman’s full length play, ACID TEST: THE MANY INCARNATIONS OF RAM DASS, will play April 12 – May 18th, at The Marsh, 1062 Valencia Street, San Francisco. Check out a video preview!
PATRICIA MILTON: 3GT Associate Playwright Patricia Milton’s one-woman short play, KITTY’S PRESCRIPTION, is part of Women in Solodarity: Cat Ladies, produced by All Terrain Theatre, Berkeley, April 5-13. Details and tickets here. Patricia’s short play, AFTER FRANK is part of Playwright Center of San Francisco’s short play festival SHEHEREZADE 13, produced by Wily West and playing April 12 – 27 at the Exit Theatre, San Francisco.
3GT COMPANY MEMBERS ONSTAGE NOW AND SOON:
RECENT PRODUCTION CREDITS
LOUIS PARNELL: 3GT Board member and Associate Artist Louis Parnell (Manny Diamond in AJ Baker’s THE RIGHT THING) appeared in BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE at SF Playhouse December 4 – January 19, 450 Post Street, SF.
SUZE ALLEN: 3GT Resident Playwright Suze Allen had a staged reading of her short play, DRY ROT, as part of the Dramatists’ Guild San Francisco Footlights Series on May 7 @ 7 pm. SF Playhouse Stage #2, 533 Sutter Street, SF.
MARIE SHELL: 3GT Associate Artist Marie Shell (Coralyn in Lee Brady’s WHAT ABOUT BEN?) appeared in Moises Kaufman’s 33 Variations, with TheatreWorks , October 3-28.
CATHERINE CASTELLANOS: 3GT Associate Artist Catherine Castellanos (Zell Gardner in AJ Baker’s THE RIGHT THING, March 2012) was Caliban in THE TEMPEST at Cal Shakes, May 30 – June 24, 100 Gateway Blvd., Orinda.
LYNNE KAUFMAN: 3GT Associate Playwright Lynne Kaufman’s full length play THE GREATER GOOD, a political drama, had a staged reading at 142 Throckmorton Theatre in Mill Valley on May 30 at 7:30 pm as part of the Playwrights’ Lab reading series.
MARY KNOLL: 3GT Associate Playwright Mary Knoll’s one-woman comedy (with music and hula hooping,!) TO BE MERRY was presented at this year’s SF Fringe Festival, September 5-16 at the Exit Theatre, 156 Eddy St, SF. TO BE MERRY had its first staged reading at our 2012 Celebration of Women’s History Month — check out a video here.
MARGERY KREITMAN: 3GT Associate Playwright Margery Kreitman performed her solo piece, PAYDAY AT PUKALANI , at the Maui Fringe Festival May 25-27, followed by a performance on June 12 at StageWerx, 446 Valencia St., San Francisco. ?
LOL LEVY: 3GT Associate Artist Lol Levy (Dave Heller in AJ Baker’s THE RIGHT THING) read Renny in Suze Allen’s DRY ROT at SF Playhouse Stage #2, 533 Sutter Street, SF, May 7
PATRICIA MILTON: 3GT Associate Playwright Patricia Milton had a reading of her new one-act comedy, Demeter: In the Silence of Tangerine Groves, December 13 at 8 pm at the Exit Theatre, San Francisco, as part of the San Francisco Olympians Festival. It got a smashing review in the Huffington Post. Patricia also had two microplays, The Bereaved and Flash Cards, in the One-Minute Play Festival, produced by the Playwrights Foundation. December 15 – December 16, in San Francisco. Wily West Productions premiered Patricia’s full length play, BELIEVERS. August 2-August 25 at StageWerx, SF. It was nominated for six Broadway World SF Theatre Awards!
LOUIS PARNELL: 3GT Board member and Associate Artist Louis Parnell (Manny Diamond in AJ Baker’s THE RIGHT THING) directed REUNION at SF Playhouse Stage 2, June 6- June 30, 533 Sutter, SF.
MARIE SHELL: 3GT Associate Artist Marie Shell (Coralyn in Lee Brady’s WHAT ABOUT BEN?) performed with Symmetry Theatre in Lauren Gunderson’s Emilie: La Marquise du Chatelet Defends Her Life Tonight at the Berkeley City Club, June 3-July 1. On July 23, she played Eudora Welty in a reading of Mixed Relief, a play based on women writers employed by the Federal Writers Project of the WPA presented by AEA LaborFest 2012.