For the last few years, I've been generally raving about the programming that goes on at Women's Project, even more so in the light of the complaints you see so often on the theatrosphere about how the majority of theater, especially above 14th Street, happens to be white and male. Well, in light of my interests in seeing a more diverse and thereby interesting range of voices on the stage, I'm happy to point out that Women's Project has just released a two-volume anthology of plays by female artists, called Out of Time & Place. It's print-on-demand right now, so it's $25 for each volume, but you can also download PDF versions for $12 each, so if you're interested in reading some work by Lynn Rosen, Laura Eason, Charity Henson-Ballard, Crystal Skillman, Christine Evans, Nadia Davids, Alexis Clements, Bekah Brunstetter, Kar Manning, Carla Ching, and Andrea Thome--most of whom I'll admit I've never heard of--then check out this link.
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