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Texas Women for the Arts - Magik Theatre
Texas Women for the Arts.
Women in the Arts Media Coalition Percolating Gender Parity in Theatre—Thurs, Dec 3
Percolating Gender Parity in Theatre—A Forum livestreams on the HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv Thursday, December 3 at 4:30pm PST (Vancouver) ...
Vietnamese Women in Arts & History at Zeum Theater San Francisco 2013
Vietnamese Women in Arts & History by Au Co Productions February 23, 2013 at Zeum Theater in San Francisco.
Cape Town hosts 2015 Artscape Women Humanity Arts Festival
Women in theatre is the focus of the 2015 Artscape Women Humanity, Arts Festival, currently underway in Cape Town. It's giving them a platform to produce and ...
NPT Arts Break: TN Women's Theater Project: Warriors Don't Cry
A riveting one-woman show adapted from the memoir of Melba Pattillo Beals of the Little Rock Nine, by Pulitzer-nominated playwright Eisa Daivs.
Little Women KITE part 2 WCSU Theatre Arts
In this selection you will see the kite in "the sky". At the end, it trails off to "heaven". (featuring actresses: Audrey Twitchell [Jo] and Carli Hodosi [Beth]. Director: ...
Picasso Women - Gaby by Brian McAvera Arts Council Application
Picasso's Women - 'Gaby' by Brian McAvera (Irish Premiere 2007 to 2009) Barbara Dempsey as Gaby Directed by Joe Devlin Executive Producer: Joe Devlin for ...
Klasrum: nagsagawa ng Theatre Play ang AB Communication Arts ng Philippine Women's University
Klasrum: Ibang Klase 'To is a youth-oriented show which offers information on honing teen's social, personal, and academic endeavors. Aired December 7 ...
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN FOR THE ARTS SACHIKO SUGA, piano BACH Chaconne in D minor, BWV 1004
WOMEN OF ASIA ARTS INITIATIVE CONCERT 2012: New York, New York, February 29, 2012 Sachiko Suga, piano This WOMEN OF ASIA ARTS INITIATIVE ...
Tennessee Women's Theater Project: Emilie | Arts Break | NPT
Emilie, explores the life and loves of Emilie du Châtelet, a scientific genius of 18th century. Women of her era were considered too simple-minded to understand ...
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