CLOSING WEEKEND FOR 3GT NEW WORKS FEST!

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The week has gone by so quickly!   A sold-out house had a rollicking good time last night at the debut performance of LEZ WRITES!, an evening of short, funny pieces by lesbian writers and performers curated by Margery Kreitman.   The show included original pieces by Margery and J. Anthea, Erin Blackwell, L. Zephyr, Zoe Burkowski, Zona Sage, Bev Jo, Charlotte Higgins, Maureen Bogues and Molly Kelly.

Margery Kretiman greets sold out crowd at LezWrites!

Margery Kretiman greets a sold out crowd at LezWrites!

Tonight we look forward to fascinating evening of theater, discussion and celebration honoring our women veterans.    The powerful new play LOW HANGING FRUIT by Robin Bradford will have a staged reading at 8 pm, immediately followed by a discussion of the issues raised by the play with members of the cast and women veterans from our collaborating organization, Swords to Plowshares.   Before the reading, we invite everyone to join us for hors d’oeuvres and bubbly at a reception honoring the artists who contributed work reflecting the experience of their military service to our annual 3GT Art Show.

Artist Starlyn Lara with her work

The Lobby opens at 7:00 pm so audience members can check in,  view the art exhibit, and meet and toast our artists. The house opens at 7:45.   Seating for tonight’s performance is very limited!!!  If you haven’t signed up yet, click here to see if any reservations are still available.   If not,  you may check in with Will at the box office an hour before the show to put your name on a waiting list for no-shows.

If you are closed out tonight,  don’t despair!  We still have seats  available for tomorrow’s matinee at 2 pm.   

See you at the theatre!

 

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WHAT MAKES HENRIETTA RUN?

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That was the question everyone was pondering at Thick House last night.  Our third staged reading of the Salon Series Play-Off was Lee Brady’s “comedy of bad manners,” HENRIETTA ENGLISH, directed by Andrea Gordon.    Executive Producer Carol Fregly joined an enthusiastic audience to follow Henrietta’s adventures via the terrific performances of cast members Amber Crane, Howard Johnson, Jr*., Maureen Coyne,  Kim Richards*, Paul Stout, Charles Dean*, Lorri Holt*, Dennis McIntyre*.

Members of the cast of HENRIETTA ENGLISH take a bow

Members of the cast of HENRIETTA ENGLISH take a bow

Join us for the debut of LezWRITES!  a new 3GT project devoted to encouraging and presenting readings of short works by Bay Area lesbian playwrights (and other lesbian writer-performers).  LezWRITES! is curated by well-known lesbian monologist, 3GT Resident Playwright Margery Kreitman.    Tonight’s performance includes eleven short pieces, followed by a debut party at the theatre.

The Lobby opens at 7:30 pm so audience members can check in, enjoy refreshments and view our art exhibit before the house opens at 7:45.   If you haven’t reserved seats yet, click here to see if any reservations are still available. Otherwise, just check in with Will at the box office 30 minutes before the show to claim any remaining seats.

See you at the theatre!

 

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3GT NEW WORKS FESTIVAL MUSICAL COMEDY NIGHT

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Thick House was alive with the sound of music last night.  Our second staged reading of the Salon Series Play-Off was the chamber musical comedy by Patricia Milton and Caroline Altman,  MOMENTS  OF TRUTH.   The audience was truly (!) delighted by the beautiful voices of cast members Caroline Altman, Stephanie Prentice, John Patrick Moore and Steve Rhyne!    Another terrific new play evening.

John Patrick Moore* and Stephanie Prentice

John Patrick Moore* and Stephanie Prentice*

Next up:  the third staged reading of the Salon Reading Series, Lee Brady’s HENRIETTA ENGLISH at 7:30 PM at Thick House.  

Amber Crane as Henrietta

Amber Crane as Henrietta

The Lobby opens at 7 pm so audience members can check in, enjoy refreshments and view our art exhibit before the house opens at 7:15.   If you haven’t reserved seats yet, click here to see if any reservations are still available. Otherwise, just check in with Will at the box office 30 minutes before the show to claim any remaining seats.

See you at the theatre!

 

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