Meet LATE NIGHT WITH 3GT Mistress of Ceremonies, Debi Durst, and our all-star 3Girls House Band: Adrienne Sengpiehl, Cheryl Cain and Daria D'Andrea
3GT Resident Playwright and Co-founder Suze Allen is a published author, playwright, teacher, dramaturg and director with credits on both coasts. She is directs the 3GT Theatre LabWorkshops for adults as well as the Girl Talk program of 3GT’s GirlWrights project. She was the creator of Fresh New Works San Francisco, The Maine Playwrights’ Lab and Short Works Festival, Artistic Director for the SF Writers and Actors Lab, Director for Fertile Ground Writing Studio and the resident Dramaturge and playwriting instructor at The Playwrights’ Center of San Francisco. Her work and the work she has directed has played the Dramatists Guild’s SF Footlights, Tides Theatre, Brava Theatre, 450 Geary, The Marsh, Intersection for the Arts, Noh Space, The Phoenix, OutNorth Contemporary Art House in Anchorage Alaska and The SF and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals. Her show THE MANIC MAMA DANCE premiered at the Marsh Café and played Birthfest 2008. Suze co-authored the book, The Time-Starved Woman’s Guide to Emotional Wellbeing with SD Shanti and advises writers through her company Manuscript Mentor. Suze’s short play program, THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE , was featured at 3Girls Theatre’s 2013 Celebration of Women’s History Month. In 2012, Suze directed AJ Baker’s THE RIGHT THING and Lee Brady’s WHAT ABOUT BEN? at 3GT’s inaugural 2012 Celebration of Women’s History Month. Since 2012 Suze has been San Francisco’s representative to the Dramatists’ Guild and playwright in residence at Balboa High School in San Francisco. She is currently dramaturg for the Playwrights Center of San Francisco.
Join Kimberly Ellis and AJ Baker in conversation about women on the political stage in "LATE NIGHT WITH 3GT: WOMEN ARE THE BODY POLITIC" on Wednesday, August 24.
Introducing improv artists Rachel Hamilton & Kimberly MacLean, part of the line-up for "LATE NIGHT WITH 3GT: WOMEN ARE THE BODY POLITIC" on Wednesday, August 24.
Our Fifth Annual New Works Festival runs from August 22-28 at Thick House, and you don't want to miss it!
3GT Resident Playwright Suze Allen says she's fascinated with how some long-term relationships deepen and how some just die leaving the participants bitter, sad and unable to fix what has been broken. For our third 2016 Salon Reading, SOMETHING BROKEN, Suze and director Ann Thomas put warring spouses Bud (Larry Rekow) and Helaine (Diana Brown) in a room, added a visit from a clueless daughter (Angela Chandra) and let it rip!
Theatre Lab will now be offered on a rolling schedule. Cost...