- SEVEN Makes the Best Audiobooks List!
- Young Artists Take on 7 in Austin
- 7 Gets #ReviewoftheDay
- 7 in Southern California in November
- STARRED REVIEW! The Audio Book of SEVEN Earns A Starred Review
- Mu Sochua Flees Cambodia in Fight for Democracy
- And in Sacramento, the award goes to…..
- SEVEN The Audio Book – A Great Review!
Category Archives: Seven in the News
It’s the season when the lists of all the best things of the year are released, and we’re proud to announce that SEVEN has made the Best Audiobooks List! Joining other amazing audiobooks in Audiofile magazine’s Memoir Category, including work … Continue reading
SEVEN now moves on to Austin, Texas, in a production at Concordia University. We’re especially happy when we see emerging theatre artists taking on this play and joining the effort to use art for social justice.
Our audio book version of SEVEN is gathering fabulous reviews. Click here to see another one.
Soka University of America Office of Student Affairs and CeCe Sloan invite you to a reading of SEVEN: Saturday November 4, 2017 @ 7:00 pm Blackbox Theater SOKA 1 University Drive Aliso Viejo, California This ticketed event is $3.00. … Continue reading
A starred review in Publishers Weekly is something to crow about. The audio book version of SEVEN, directed by JudyAnn Elder, produced by Los Angeles Theatre Works, gets a great review. Check it out here.
Mu Sochua, one of the heroic women of SEVEN, has had to flee Cambodia after the latest government crackdown. The government is threatening anyone who attempts to work for democracy in the country. See the news article here.
Great news comes to us from Anita Ahuja, the director of a production of SEVEN at the Winters Theatre Company in Sacramento, California. The production was nominated for three Sacramento Area Regional Theatre Alliance Elly awards–and brought home the … Continue reading
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
A great review is in from the first Berkshires performance of SEVEN. See the review here.
Actors in the Winters Theatre production of SEVEN in the Sacramento, California area have been nominated for an acting award. The play’s director Anita Ahuja of Winters Theatre writes: “As I was driving back into town late tonight, I learned … Continue reading