English Theatre of Rome: Women Honing One-Acts

The English Theatre of Rome presents WHOA! Women Honing One-Acts, A Night of Women Who Write.

The show features two one-act plays written by contemporary female playwrights, staged in celebration of the English Theatre of Rome's recent 50/50 Applause Award from the International Centre for Women Playwrights for producing plays by female writers at least 50 per cent of the time. 

 In addition to the one-act plays, Rome-based writer Elizabeth Geoghegan will read from her recently-released To Rome Without Love: The Marco Chronicles, described as an "hilarious, irreverent memoir of a young American woman's romantic (or rather, unromantic) misadventures in the eternal city."

Will O'Neill directs Patricia Gaborik’s Down the Aisle, starring Gabrielle Chiararo, Joanna Kohorst, Andrew Park and Jim Schiebler. Join Katie on her wedding day as she remembers her relationships with her family, especially her father.

Eve Atkinson and Don Carroll co-direct The Kitchen Table Plays by Erin Breznitsky. Fresh from the New York International Fringe Festival, this series of vignettes centres around the vital role played by the kitchen table in life's ups and downs. Starring Natalie Accornero, Lee Archer, Angelo Carotenuto, Bill Guion, Anna Madden and Aman Sidhu.

8 March 17.00, 20.00. 15-16 March 17.00, 20.00.

Bookings tel. 066879419 or email rometheatre@yahoo.com. 

General Info

Address Teatro l'Arciliuto, Piazza Montevecchio 5.

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English Theatre of Rome: Women Honing One-Acts

Teatro l'Arciliuto, Piazza Montevecchio 5.

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