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Sunday, November 8, 2020

Sunday Scoop Week of 11/8/20 Live and Virtual Events Coming Up This Week or Soon Thereafter and More

1) Angry Birds Not So Mini Golf Club Tournament 11/9 - 11/22
2) BAM Upcoming Virtual Events
3) Bloomingdale School of Music Faculty Concerts
4) Bloomingdale School of Music Presents A Virtual Sing-Along 11/12
5) Broadway Celebrates Veterans Day Streaming Online Now
6) Chanukah Books and Cookie House
7) George Street Playhouse's Production Once Again Available for Viewing 11/11 - 11/15 
8) Hand Forged Fiction Launches Inaugural Season with 9 Part Audio Drama, Brother Mine 
9) iPlay America Celebrates Their Ninth Birthday Veterans Day 
10) Temping, Live Immersive Show, Extends Through 12/4
11) Theatreworks Launches TWUSA TV Streaming Contact for Young Audiences
12) Two River Theater Joint Multicultural Book Club 11/6
13) WP Theater Announces 2020/2021 Season

1) Angry Birds
Not So Mini Golf Tournament
Offers Fun and Charitable Giving

11/9-11/22: All Mini-Golfers Can Donate to the 

Meadowlands Chamber’s Basket Brigade

Starting Mon., Nov. 9th, families can make some fun memories for themselves and ensure a happy holiday for those less fortunate by participating in the Meadowlands Chamber-American Dream First Annual Angry Birds Not So Mini Golf Club Tournament to benefit the Chamber’s 2020 Thanksgiving Basket Brigade.  All who purchase tickets to the Angry Birds Not So Mini Golf Club Tournament through Sun., Nov. 22nd, and who send a photo of their score card to Office@Meadowlands.org, will have the chance to win one of three American Dream discounts prize packages which includes the Sunice retailer. 

For more information about how to enter the Angry Birds not so Mini Golf Tournament, visit http://bit.ly/MC_ABGolfTournament.

2) BAM Upcoming Virtual Events

Film Over the next few months, BAM will continue to screen an exciting selection of contemporary and newly-restored classic films from around the world in our virtual cinema.

Monsoon (2019) Opens Nov 13 Director Hong Khaou

Kit (Henry Golding, Crazy Rich Asians) returns to Ho Chi Minh City for the first time since he was six years old when his family fled the country in the aftermath of the Vietnam-American war. There he meets Lee, his estranged second cousin, Linh, a young Vietnamese student, and arranges an online date that turns into something more with Lewis (Parker Sawyers, Southside With You), an American clothing designer. Struggling to make sense of himself in a city he’s no longer familiar with, Kit embarks on a personal journey across the country that opens up the possibility for friendship, love, and happiness. Courtesy of Strand Releasing. (86 min)

Smooth Talk (1985) Opens Nov 13 Director Joyce Chopra 

New 4k restoration. What starts as a seemingly routine coming-of-age drama reveals itself to be something far darker and more frighteningly ambiguous as a 15-year-old girl (a remarkable Laura Dern), just beginning to explore her sexuality, has a life-altering encounter with a disturbing stranger. Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance, Smooth Talk was adapted from Joyce Carol Oates’ classic short story Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?, itself inspired by the notorious Pied Piper of Tucson murders. Courtesy of Janus Films. (92 min)

3) Bloomingdale School of Music
Virtual Faculty Concert Series
November 13 and 20, 2020 at 7pm

Bloomingdale School of Music announces the November Faculty Concert Series as part of the School's Community Music Events on November 13 and 20, 2020 at 7pm via Zoom. The concerts, free and open to the public, feature themes of Music in Solitude on November 13, and Evening Fantasies on November 20. For more information and to RSVP, visit https://www.bsmny.org/events/.


Music In Solitude
November 13 at 7pm
This program will feature two BSM faculty members in solo works for the clarinet and violin. Clarinetist Alicia Bennett will perform Stravinsky's jazzy Three Pieces for Clarinet Alone as well as works by Jacob T.V. and Arvo Part. Claudia Schaer will perform one of J.S. Bach's most poignant and inventive works, the Sonata for Solo Violin in A minor.

Evening Fantasies
November 20 at 7pm
Our final program in the fall series will explore the world of fantasies and memories. Piano faulty member Judith Olson will join guest Rolf Schulte in a program that will include Nikolai Medtner's Night Song as well as Debussy's evocative Sonata for Violin and Piano. Bassoon faculty member Gili Sharett leads an ensemble of faculty and guests in a gram of traditional and original music from Colombia that will include works by BSM theory faculty member Sebastian Cruz and Rafi Malkiel as Duke Ellington's Black and Tan Fantasy.

4) Bloomingdale School of Music
presents A Virtual Sing-Along
Anna & Elsa's Musical Adventure
Thursday, November 12, 2020 
at 6pm

Bloomingdale School of Music presents a virtual sing-along, Anna & Elsa's Musical Adventure, on Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 6pm via Zoom. Advance RSVPs requested at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/justforfun-anna-and-elsas-musical-adventure-tickets-127332441761. The event is free for Bloomingdale students and families, with a suggested donation for all other guests. All are invited to join; appropriate for children ages 2-10.

Join Anna and Elsa LIVE on an interactive quest to rescue Olaf from the evil Ice Monsters. Work together to solve musical puzzles and sing. The evil Ice Monsters have stolen Olaf from Arrendale, and Anna and Elsa need your help to rescue him! Join them in a wintery musical adventure where participants will embark on a mission to rescue Olaf through a series of musical puzzles and sing-alongs. Journey together through mountains and caves to retrieve all of Olaf's missing pieces and build him back together again! Participants will learn musical elements such as solfege syllables and scales, harmony, duet, and more. Stay to the end of the event for a LIVE Q&A and jam session!

Anna & Elsa's Musical Adventure is part of Bloomingdale School of Music's newest program, #JustForFun, a series of events that features games, sing-alongs, wellness opportunities, trivia nights, and other fun activities to allow our community to grow and connect.







Stage Aurora Theatrical Company (Darryl Reuben Hall, Executive Director) will present “Broadway Celebrates Veterans Day,” a virtual concert of Broadway performers celebrating our military veterans and those who have served – and are currently serving – in the Armed Forces. The concert will stream on the Stage Aurora Theatrical Company’s YouTube page here beginning Saturday, November 7 at 12pm and will be available for viewing through Veteran’s Day, Wednesday, November 11. Attendance is free with a suggested donation of $25. Proceeds from the concert will benefit Northeast Florida Women Veterans of Jacksonville and Stage Aurora Theatrical Company. For more information, please visit www.stageaurora.org.

Broadway Celebrates Veteran’s Day will feature many of your favorite Broadway performers, musicians, and crew singing and performing in this ‘can’t miss’ virtual concert of heartfelt thanks and recognition to the hundreds of thousands who have served and continue to serve to keep this country safe. Hear favorite selections such as “The Impossible Dream,” “Imagine,” “America the Beautiful,” “Boogie, Woogie, Bugle Boy,” and much more.

The virtual concert features Tony nominee Robert Cuccioli (Broadway: Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, Jekyll & Hyde), Darius de Haas (Broadway: Shuffle Along, Or The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921…), Jarrod Emick (Broadway: Ring of Fire, Damn Yankees), Darryl Reuben Hall (Broadway: Godspell, Cinderella), Janet Hubert (Broadway: Cats, “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air”), Tony award winner Cady Huffman (Broadway: The Will Rogers Folliies, The Producers), Renee Lawless (Broadway National: Wicked, “The Haves and The Have Nots”), N’Kenge (Broadway: Caroline or Change, Motown The Musical), Randy Redd (Broadway: Million Dollar Quartet, Parade), Cody Renard Richard (Broadway Stage Manager), Desmond Richardson (Broadway: Fosse, Chicago), Angela Robinson (Broadway: The Color Purple), “The Haves and The Have Nots”), Justin Matthew Sargent (Broadway: Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, Rock of Ages), Tony award winner Ben Vereen (Broadway:Pippin), Bethaney Wellings-Davies (West End: Cabaret, Phantom of the Opera), Natasha Yvette Williams (Broadway: Waitress, The Color Purple), and Vanessa Williams (Broadway: Into the Woods, Kiss of the Spider Woman). Artists subject to change

6) This Festival of Lights, Manischewitz and PJ Library Invite Families To Build a Sweet New Holiday Tradition with the Chanukah House Cookie Kit

Inspiring Holiday Creativity, the Whimsical Kit Will Be Available at
Leading Retailers Nationwide This Holiday Season,
Including Walmart, Amazon, Ralph’s, Stop & Shop, and More

PJ Library Also Offers a “Hanukkah Hub” of Resources for Families

Just in time for this year’s festival of lights, Manischewitz, one of the world’s most iconic names in traditional kosher products, and PJ Library, the Jewish nonprofit program delivering 225,000+ books every month to children across North America, invite families to build a sweet holiday tradition with the Chanukah House Cookie Decorating Kit.

Checking off all the holiday boxes: sweet treats, imagination, family fun, and meaningful giving, the do-it-yourself Chanukah House Cookie Decorating Kit (MSRP $14.99–$19.99) comes with everything children need – from cookies and icing to a sanding sugar and a candy menorah – to build their own edible holiday cottage. Easy step-by-step instructions are included in the package, and the cookie kit is certified Kosher and made in a peanut and nut-free facility. The instructions and ingredients leave lots of room for families to decorate the house in their own individual style, making for a fun, unique, and engaging activity during the holidays.  

A sweet and timely choice for families looking for gifts and activities for Chanukah, the kit is also at the center of a special promotion by Manischewitz to raise awareness for PJ Library. Each kit contains a PJ Library subscription card so that families raising children with Jewish values and traditions can sign up to receive a free expertly curated, age-appropriate children’s book each month.
As just one example of the age-appropriate children’s books which PJ Library will deliver this fall, Eric Kimmel’s classic Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins is on the list for November 2020. PJ Library is also updating their popular “Hanukkah Hub” and plans to publish new episodes of the award-winning PJ Library podcast, Have I Got a Story for You!.

As just one example of the age-appropriate children’s books which PJ Library will deliver this fall, Eric Kimmel’s classic Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins is on the list for November 2020. PJ Library is also updating their popular “Hanukkah Hub” and plans to publish new episodes of the award-winning PJ Library podcast, Have I Got a Story for You!.

The kit can be purchased at leading supermarket and retail chains nationwide, including ACME, Shaw’s, select Albertsons, Shop Rite, Wegmans, Stop & Shop, Kroger stores, and online outlets including Amazon.

To learn more about PJ Library, visit: pjlibrary.org/about-pj-library
For more family-friendly ideas, visit the PJ Library holiday resources page: pjlibrary.org/hanukkah

To learn more about Manischewitz, visit: manischewitz.com/our-story/

7) Back by popular demand! A second chance to see CONSCIENCE!

Watch anytime from Nov 11 thru Nov 15 @ 11:59 PM EST

Back by popular demand for a limited time! If you missed the initial run, this special second showing is your chance to join the all-star cast of this new acclaimed show, together again for a new virtual version! 

Already watched this October? Send the link above to friends and family and invite them to the show the New York Times called "a timely boxing match of a history play."

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit 






Hand Forged Fiction (Eric Dente, Artistic Director), a newly formed theater ensemble forged by displaced New York City professionals determined to continue engaging the national dialogue through art, launches its inaugural season of new inventive work with the 9-part graphic audio drama Brother, Mine written by KC Keene and Eric Dente. Under the direction of Mr. Dente, the 5-member cast features voice artists Drew Drake as Malcom O’Brien and Rob Karma Robinson as Raymond Aurum, with Elizabeth Brewster as Sarah O’Brien, Rob Hille as Anthony O’Brien and Andrew Kaempfer as Kenneth O’Brien.

Part One in the 9-part series of Brother, Mine kicks off Friday, November 13, 2020, followed by Part Two on Friday, November 27, 2020. The series will continue with monthly installments through Friday, June 18, 2020.<

A preview trailer is available at www.handforgedfiction.com

Part One begins with Malcom O’Brien, a young man adopted into a life of privilege returning to the neighborhood of his birth seeking credibility from a father he has never known. In determining his own destiny and applying his privilege to a greater cause, he finds himself at odds with everyone he’s ever called family both old and new.

What is graphic audio? An homage to the golden era of 45 record story books brought into modern motion with a fully realized soundscape, extraordinary voiceover actors, and poignant visual imagery. Portable, episodic storytelling in the solitude of your own earbuds. A transportive and revelatory artform amplifying the immersive experience.

Release schedule for upcoming installments is:

Friday, November 27, 2020: Part 2

Friday, December 25, 2020: Part 3

Friday, January 29, 2021: Part 4

Friday, February 26, 2021: Part 5

Friday, March 26, 2021: Part 6

Friday, April 23, 2021: Part 7

Friday, May 21, 2021: Part 8

Friday, June 18, 2021: Part 9 (Final Episode)


9) iPlay America Celebrates 
9th Birthday on Veterans Day

Wednesday, November 11 marks iPlay America’s 9th birthday. It’s also Veteran’s Day. To celebrate and honor those who have served our nation, Veterans can eat AND play FREE all day long. Click here for more details.

All other guests get 250 FREE iTickets when they bring a gift for a child, all gifts will be donated to the K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital. Guests may also purchase the iRide Band for $29.99 or upgrade to the iRide PLUS Band for just $3 more to enjoy unlimited rides all day!

At iPlay America, your health and safety – and that of theur team – is what matters most tos, and that is why they are going above and beyond to meet the guidelines provided by the Department of Health, to ensure you have a safe and fun time. See theur safety video here.

10) Unique Theatrical Experience Extends
Now through December 4 at The Wild Project Gallery

Dutch Kills Theater announces an extension of  Wolf 359’s TEMPING an interactive, immersive and site specific solo theatrical experience. It is written by Michael Yates Crowley (The Rape of the Sabine Women, The Ted Haggard Monologues) and directed by Michael Rau with production design by Asa Wember (Seagullmachine) and set by Sara C Walsh (Queen of the Night, A Beautiful Day in November on the…Great Lakes). Performances will now run through December 4 at The Wild Project Gallery, where performances began on October 23.

Somewhere in a filing cabinet in Delaware or Indiana, there is a table that shows how long we’re expected to live. Most of us will never see it. But what if your job was to update these tables, to record the beginnings and ends of thousands of lives? What if you found the formula to predict your own lifespan?

Sarah Jane Tully, a 53-year-old actuary, is taking her first vacation in years, and you’ve been hired to cover for her. TEMPING, the strange and comic tale of an employee’s inner life, is performed for an audience of one by a Windows PC, a corporate phone, a laser printer, and the Microsoft Office Suite. Filling in at Sarah Jane's cubicle, you’ll update client records, send emails, and eavesdrop on intra-office romance. Each performance is unique, depending on which tasks you accomplish and which of your co-workers you decide to trust. Congratulations, you’re the new temp! Get ready to work.

Each audience member will be required to wear a face mask throughout the experience. Hand sanitizer is available and all surfaces will be disinfected between patrons.

TEMPING runs October 23 – December 4. Performances are daily at 10:30AM, 12PM, 1:30PM, 3PM, 4:30PM, 6PM, 7:30PM and 9PM. (Note: no performances 11/9,16, or 23-31.) The Wild Project Gallery is located at 195 E. 3rd Street between Aves A & B. Running time is 50 minutes. Tickets are $25 - $45  at www.dutchkillstheater.com.

11) TheaterWorksUSA Launches TWUSA.TV, Streaming Content for Young Audiences and Educator Resources 

In a continued commitment to create innovative access to theater education and entertainment for young people, TheaterWorksUSA launches TWUSA.TV, a new streaming channel featuring three primary viewing opportunities to play, watch, and learn. Viewers are invited to play through exploring activities and tutorials based on theater FUNdamentals, watch professional productions from TWUSA and friends, and learn through streaming the enhanced curriculum. 

Educators can access content on TWUSA.TV through various subscriptions at an accessible rate and use the enhanced curriculum in their classrooms to deepen the impact of online education on their students. Families and young artists can subscribe to view and play through the content as well, finding opportunities for enrichment and connection through the arts as they grow and develop their skills, interests, and overall connection to joyful, theater-based content. Interactive videos include learning favorite dances from Dog Man: The Musical, a Vocal Lesson with Broadway vocal coach Amanda Flynn, hands-on puppetry tutorials with AchesonWalsh - puppetry and kinetic creators for various shows on Broadway - Lincoln Center, and more. Additional content will be uploaded regularly and available for individual or classroom use with subscription. 

The first featured full-length production available online is the recently recorded-for-streaming reboot of the TWUSA original, We The People: America Rocks, directed by Gordon Greenberg. Recent reviews of the free streaming included audience feedback: “Terrific production, great values, totally enjoyable and informative.,” “It is ‘Hamilton’ for kids! I LOVED IT!,” and “It fit right

in with what we’ve been doing in Social Studies! It was great to take a ‘virtual field trip’ students were engaged.” Thanks, in part, to the New York State Council on the Arts’ Regional Economic Development Council Initiative with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, all New York Schools are able to stream the recent production of We The People: America Rocks for free through the end of 2020. 

If you have questions or would like to know more, contact msuttles@twusa.org. 


12) Two River Theater Upcoming Virtual Event


MON, NOV 16 | 7:00 PM | FREE | ZOOM

Please join us via Zoom for a joint book club with the Red Bank Public Library and the T. Thomas Fortune Cultural Center. Wilkerson examines this “unspoken caste system” through individual stories from people such as Martin Luther King Jr., Satchel Paige, herself, and others combined with thorough research.

For more information or to register, visit https://tworivertheater.org/whats-on/joint-multicultural-book-club-caste-the-origins-of-our-discontents




Live Broadcast Reading October 23 at 8PM ET/5PM PT 

Rebroadcasts of recording 10/24-10/27

In partnership with AYE DEFY


by Obehi Janice

directed by Caitlin Sullivan


Live Broadcast Reading November 20th at 7PM ET/4PM PT

Rebroadcasts of recording 11/21-11/24

In partnership with Ma-Yi Theater Company


by Stefani Kuo 

directed by Mei Ann Teo


Live Broadcast Reading December 3

Rebroadcasts of recording 12/4-12/7

In partnership with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater


by WP’s Mellon Playwright In Residence, Cori Thomas 

directed by Kent Gash 


Live Streaming Event JANUARY 25-29


created and directed by Rebecca Martínez 


Live Broadcast Reading March 22

Rebroadcasts of recording 3/23-3/26

Presented in collaboration with Red Bull Theater


by MJ Kaufman

directed by Will Davis


APRIL & MAY 2021


a new rock opera by The Kilbanes

directed by Tamilla Woodard

with support from piece by piece productions





WP Theater, under the leadership of Producing Artistic Director Lisa McNulty and Managing Director Michael Sag, are thrilled to announce their 2020-21 Season, which will continue to lift up the work of Women+ theater artists in creative new ways that reflect these unprecedented times.  The full programming details and timing of events in 2021 will be announced at a later date. All events are free. Access to the events require a reservation at www.WPTheater.org.


The 2020-21 season kicks off this Friday, October 23 at 8PM EST with a live, virtual reading of Ole White Sugah Daddy, in partnership with AYE DEFY (founded by Mirirai SitholeSchool Girls; or, The African Mean Girls Play). Written by Obehi Janice (Hulu’s “Castle Rock”) and directed by Caitlin Sullivan (Hundred Days, The Lucky Ones), Ole White Sugah Daddy was originally commissioned by SpeakEasy Stage Company and subsequently developed at SPACE on Ryder Farm, WP Theater, Colt Coeur, The Lark Play Development Center and AYE DEFY. The play was selected to be a part of the 2019 Parity Plays Festival reading series, produced by WP Theater in partnership with Colt Coeur at HERE Arts Center. 


The next event will take place on November 20 at 7pm, and will stream online through November 24, in partnership with the acclaimed Ma-Yi Theater Company (Ralph B. Peña, Producing Artistic Director)­—one of the country’s leading incubators of new works shaping local and national conversations about what it means to be Asian American today—to share a story as current as the headlines in today’s news. Written by rising star Stefani Kuo and directed by Mei Ann Teo (SKiNFoLK: An American Show), Final Boarding Call tells the stories of the current Hong Kong protests. The play revolves around the interconnected stories of seven characters whose backgrounds and perspectives run the spectrum – a protesting brother and his flight attendant sister struggling to keep her job; a Mainland Chinese mother and her estranged Hong Kong daughter; a non-Cantonese speaking reporter and her Indian partner; and an American expat CEO and their Hong Kong lover living in the shadows. The play begins and ends with a flight, an entrance into the Hong Kong protests and how the politics we see on the news every day affects the citizens of Hong Kong in their day-to-day lives. It gives the audience a window into China's grip on global capitalism. How far will they go to fight for family, freedom, and the right to be heard?


The final event of 2020 is Lockdown, presented in partnership with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (Daniella Topol, Artistic Director; Yue Liu, Managing Director) on December 3. Inspired by her conversations with people serving life sentences at San Quentin Prison, the reading of this searing and beautiful play by Cori Thomas (When January Feels Like Summer) will reunite the playwright and director of the acclaimed Rattlestick Playwrights Theater production. Lockdown is an authentic, intimate, and powerful examination of life in prison, and an exploration of the possibilities for transformation through human connection.  The New York Times calls Lockdown, “Capaciously compassionate. A rare night at the theater, and a valuable one." The reading will be available online following the live broadcast, until December 7. 

WP Theater and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater will partner with Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought (CCCCT) on events timed to the reading of Lockdown, including the CCCCT's Abolition 13/13 project, featuring writings from imprisoned men at San Quentin, who collaborated on the writing and research of the play itself.


WP will kick off the second half of the season in 2021 with The Nourish Project, created and directed by current WP BOLD Associate Artistic Director Rebecca Martínez.  What does it look like to create community in a virtual space? Using a framework built on the five senses and four natural elements, The Nourish Project explores virtual space as a means of soul nourishment and connection. This immersive live event will run from January 25-29.

Presented in collaboration with Red Bull Theater, WP presents a live, virtual reading of Galatea, written by MJ Kaufman and directed by Will Davis on March 22, with subsequent airings through March 26. A trans love story set against the backdrop of a climate crisis. Loosely based on John Lyly’s 1585 play, Galatea tells the story of two young women from a village threatened with flooding who escape to the nearby woods disguised as boys and fall in love.



In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, WP Theater has teamed up with the American Theatre Wing to launch #SoWeCanVote. The currently running campaign celebrates the suffragists who helped pave the way for women to vote and provides voter resources and information. Each week leading up to the Presidential election on Tuesday, November 3, they will be releasing videos featuring Women+ theater artists reading quotes from key figures in the fight for voting equality and Women+ rights. 



With support from the BOLD Theater Women’s Leadership Circle, WP Theater will continue the work on their commissioned musical AFLOATby Jonathan Larson Grant Award winners & Pipeline Festival alums alumni Zoe Sarnak (music & lyrics) and Emily Kaczmarek (book) with a private developmental lab. The musical is directed by Tamilla Woodard (Where We StandHadestown)In a near-future America ravaged by climate change, teenagers Blue, Nico, and Casey steal a boat and set sail. A kinetic musical odyssey about friendship, survival… and the future of civilization. 



Following up on their collaboration during last season’s Where We Stand in which five young Women+ from viBe Theater Experience - an organization providing girls, young women, and nonbinary youth of color (aged 13-25) in New York City with free, high quality artistic, leadership and academic opportunities - worked alongside the creative and production team and oversaw the show’s culminating vote, WP will continue and evolve their partnership. Their new initiative with the company, viBe Pages to Stages, will bring together teen writers with theater professionals from WP’s community of designers, writers, directors and producers to offer one-on-one feedback to their new plays and an in-depth look into the process of developing new work for professional production.



WP Domestic Partner, Monica Bill Barnes & Company (co-producers on One Night Only, which ran as part of WP’s 2018-19 Season) operated out of WP’s theater and offices throughout the summer in a collaboration with sixteen female dancers from New York City’s Hunter College to create their new project, Keep Moving.  Using choreography and interviews from their cancelled American Dance Festival premiere of The Running Show, Monica Bill Barnes and Robert Saenz de Viteri created a series of dances and stories to be shared online.  The work was presented in chapters of varying length and media as the company questions how a woman who works so hard to keep moving finds a way forward while we are all on pause



For additional information and to reserve your spot for each of the projects in 2020, please visit: www.WPTheater.org.  Once reserved, a web link will be e-mailed 30 minutes prior to access each piece.  

And that's the scoop. Tune in tomorrow for another Talking Topic.