That’s (Not) All She Wrote Play Festival at WCT


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On Saturday, October 1 and Sunday, October 2, Westchester Collaborative Theater (WCT) will showcase a selection of plays and monologues for a staged reading. This will include a mix of genres from sly comedies to compelling dramas, written by nine local women playwrights and WCT members over 40 in "That’s (Not) All She Wrote." The playwrights will read from their own work and that of the other participants for the two-day festival directed by WCT actor/director Melissa Nocera from Yorktown Heights and executive produced by WCT writer/actor/director/producer Lori Myers.

That’s (Not) All She Wrote will be performed at the WCT Theater at 23 Water Street, Ossining. All tickets are $10. To purchase tickets: https://wct-presents-thats-not-all-she-wrote.eventbrite.com

The plays are:

What Keeps Us Going by Barbara Dana

Heartbreak on Board by Linda Bidwell Delaney

The Truth by Shelley Lerea

The Newlyweds by Kimberly Mallory

Road Kill by Carol Mark

Excerpts from The Image of Women & Moments of Lucidity by Evelyn Mertens Monologue excerpted from Paper Chains by Loretta Oleck

Other and Dr. Bob by Serena Norr

Stranger Danger and You by Misha Templar Sinclair

Westchester Collborative Theater
23 Water Street
Ossining, NY 10562
United States

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