March 19
1pm & 4pm




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7:00pm Curtain

Join us at the Playhouse for a curated evening of essays and poems written and read by women from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Celebrate the women in our lives – their triumphs, their downfalls, and everything in between.

International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.

Free and open to the public. Please reserve your tickets in advance. All seating is general admission. Recommended for ages 14 and up. Limit four tickets per order.

With Performances By

Farah Bala – Actress (Off Broadway; TV: "Broad City")
Danielle Davenport  Actress (Regional: The Public, The Civillians)
Joanna Gleason – Tony Award-winning Actress (WCP, Broadway)
Jane Green – Bestselling author

Khadija Gurnah Founder of Project Ejaba, an organization that advocates for Muslim youth
Ann Harada – Actress (TV: “Smash,” film: Sisters)
Wilhelmine Hartong – Theater Instructor, Regional Center for the Arts; Performer at Playhouse LGBT Night
Elise Kibler – Actress (Broadway)
Pamela Lewis All Stars Project, Inc.
Aleta Mitchell – Actress (WCP’s Intimate Apparel)
Kelli O’Hara – Tony Award-winning actress 
Patricia Russo – Executive Director of Women’s Campaign School at Yale
Sharone Sayegh – Actress (Broadway)


All performers subject to change.
Selected Authors

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Maya Angelou
Lena Dunham
Nora Ephron
Tina Fey
Mindy Kaling
Helen Keller
Azar Nasif
Jessica Valenti
... and more!


All authors subject to change.
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