Amy House (RCA Artistic Animateur), Megan Coles, Emily Bridger, Colin Furlong, Geraldine Hollett, Liz Solo, Nicole Rousseau, Neil Butler, Didi Gillard-Rowlings. photo by Peter Rompkey. This month Resource Center for the Arts hosted a live reading of Liz Solo’s Melody Neglected in the newly opened LSPU Hall Second Space. Melody Neglected is a full length
This year’s World Theatre Day Message 2010 by Judi Dench: World Theatre Day is an opportunity to celebrate Theatre in all its myriad forms. Theatre is a source of entertainment and inspiration and has the ability to unify the many diverse cultures and peoples that exist throughout the world. But theatre is more than that
After a fabulous whirlwind year in 2009 Roles 4 Women have a busy 2010 planned, from a full production of Jenny’s Naish’s Ersa, (in collaboration with the Open Actor’s Studio), to the development of three new performance art projects to a new Open House for Women Playwrights coming up in the Summer of 2010. We
Roles 4 Women were thrilled to work with the playwright Megan Coles during our 2009 Development Project. During that process we worked on two new plays by Megan – The Battery and Bound. Both plays went through a workshop process and then scenes from The Battery were presented as part of our 2009 Scenes From..
Roles 4 Women are currently collaborating with the Open Actor’s Studio on the development and production of Jenny Naish’s feature length play Ersa. As part of R4W’s annual Script Development Program Jenny worked one-on-one with choreographer Anne Troake and presented some of the results at our Scenes From… performance. She was joined by Bryan Hennessey.
Valentine is one of a series of short plays by Liz Solo currently in development at Roles 4 Women Theatre Company. Valentine is a piece about three women bound together by a common history and by one very big, very dark secret. Bridget Wareham (Billie), Melanie Caines (Evren) and Liz Solo (Pheobe Jane) performed a