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Category Archives: Global Performances
SEVEN was recorded by Los Angeles Theatre Works in January–and has now been released as an audiobook. The tremendous cast, directed by JudyAnn Elder, turned in a richly felt and beautifully rendered performance–and their work paid off. Here’s a great … Continue reading
March is International Women’s Month, and SEVEN was part of the celebration as it was presented at various points on the globe throughout the month. On March 6, the play was in Dhaka, Bangladesh. At various dates in March, SEVEN … Continue reading
Seven is heading north for our first presentation in Canada! Moving Forward, in association with the YWCA Montreal (Le Y des Femmes), is proud to present the Montreal premiere of the acclaimed documentary play SEVEN on March 9, 10, 11, 2017. … Continue reading
SEVEN is delighted to announce a month of SWAN Day events in March. SWAN DAY is Support Women Artists Now Day, and the 10th annual celebration is March 25, 2017. We can’t get all of our ducks in a … Continue reading
The stories of the women of SEVEN will be heard as part of the Women and War Festival in London at the kickoff event, June 27. This month-long multidiscipline festival documents, explores, and gives voice to the experiences of women from across … Continue reading
A translation of SEVEN, plus the individual monologues about the women profiled in the play, is headed for publication in Japan. The translator, Riho Mitachi, has directed and produced SEVEN at Theatre Classics in Tokyo and is now making the play … Continue reading
The young, passionate, dedicated cast of SEVEN at the Black Stripe Theatre in Tokyo made a heartfelt video about the play and their belief in the issues addressed in the work. We love when fresh new faces take on the … Continue reading
They’re part of the March to MARCH–but the show will be in April! Black Stripe Theatre is presenting SEVEN in English in Tokoyo, April 14 – 17. Directed by Rachel Waltzer and produced by Sarajean Rossitto, the performances will be … Continue reading
The audience arrives at Rajshahi University in Rajshahi, Bangladesh.
The global drama puts women center stage, says The Guardian, in this superb article about the play’s ability to reach audiences near and far, male and female, on the subject of human rights. Click here to read “Magnificent SEVEN.”