UPCOMING TOUR DATES:
January 10, 2017 – Interview with Ira Wood on WOMR’s “The Low Down” – Listen to it here: http://dld.bz/fsMpA
January 18, 2017 – The OPED Project, New York City (Poster Making Workshop for the Women’s March in DC and NYC)
January 20, 2017 – “WE’RE NOT PLAYING” 4-5:30PM at the Samuel French Bookshop in Los Angeles.
January 21, 2017 – WOMEN’S MARCH, Washington, DC
January 25, 2017 – LIVING WELL SHOW radio program 4PM
February 7, 2017 – ACT LIKE A FEMINIST ARTIST – Venus Theatre, Washington, DC (Reading and Book Signing with Aphra Behn. I will be honored to receive Venus Theatre’s Lifetime Achievement Award)
February 9 – 11, 2017 – AWP Conference Washington DC.
February 18, 2017 – One Day Intensive Workshop: Find the Narrative Arc in Memoir – Sarah Lawrence College 10 – 3PM
March 1, 2017 – American Renaissance Theatre Company Winter Works Reading Series, New York, NY
March 6, 2017 – Beginnings Restaurant, Atlantic Beach, NY Book Club – (Reading and Book Signing with Aphra Behn)
March 8, 2017 – ACT LIKE A FEMINIST ARTIST – California
March 17, 2017 – ACT LIKE A FEMINIST ARTIST – South Carolina
March 25, 2017 – ACT LIKE A FEMINIST ARTIST – Northern Arizona University, Associated Students for Women’s Issues Conference.
March 29, 2017 – ACT LIKE A FEMINIST ARTIST – Nevada
May, 2017 – ASJA Conference, New York City
June, 2017 – ACT LIKE A FEMINIST ARTIST – New York City – Women in Theatre Festival (WITFestNYC)
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ACT LIKE A FEMINIST ARTIST: What No One Told You About Starting A Grassroots Movement by Aphra Behn
Ever wonder what it’s like to be a feminist masked avenger? Aphra Behn shares her experiences as a feminist activist for gender parity in the performing art world for almost 20 years as a member of Guerrilla Girls (1997-2001) and Guerrilla Girl On Tour (2001 – present). Revealing the inside workings of the grassroots groups, she discusses the successes (posters; protests; fax blitzes, speak outs and street theatre); the struggles (hate mail; death threats; backlash) and the downright defeats (sabotage; infighting). “Act Like a Feminist Artist” is a 60 to minute talk framed with readings from Aphra’s upcoming memoir. UN/MASKED, Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl on Tour forthcoming from Skyhorse Publications in November of 2016.
IF YOU CAN STAND THE HEAT: The History Of Women In Food
Hungry? So are we. With a recent grant from the Puffin Foundation we developed this new comedy in 2009. If You Can Stand The Heat: The History of Women and Food addresses women’s anxiety around food and the body; features a handful of lady culinary heroes who contributed to the menus of our daily lives; and investigates what responsibilities we have as surplus-food American citizens to the under-nourished nations in our global community. The result is a hilarious, flour-dusted, theatrically surprising stage conversation meant to dissolve fears of food and encourage freedom of the fork. Spoiler alert: We wouldn’t be surprised if somebody got a pie in the face.
75 minutes. 3 performers. 2 technical crew.
FEMINISTS ARE FUNNY
Got the giggles? Whenever we do we head back into the jungle to rework our signature show, Feminists Are Funny. We make sure to include up-to-the-minute commentary on hot political topics, breaking news in women’s issues and bunches of bananas in this riotous 70 minute romp through our famous posters, street theatre actions, and excerpts from the current comedies in our repertoire. Skits, songs and parodies in Feminists Are Funny address reproductive rights, war, sex trafficking, hunger, herstory/history/hirstory and violence against women.
70 minutes. 2 to 3 performers. 2 technical crew.
SILENCE IS VIOLENCE
Antsy? Then take a look at Silence is Violence. This play includes a 30-minute section on statistics and strategies for combating violence against women. We dramatize a series of date rape situations and educate the audience with information on how they can set boundaries and avoid potentially dangerous situations. Skits dramatizing bystander intervention end this upbeat and empowering show. Local and statewide stats regarding violence against women are incorporated into each performance making each one site-specific. Silence Is Violence is also part up-to-the minute commentary on hot political topics and part overview of Guerrilla Girls On Tour’s most famous posters, performance art and protests.
70 minutes. 3 performers. 2 technical crew.