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55 West End Avenue Ground Floor
New York
New York 10023

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Women’s Project Shines!

Women’s Project delivers compelling theater, innovative programs and electric events as the nation’s oldest and largest company dedicated to producing and promoting theater created by women.

Women’s Project Theater, under the direction of Lisa McNulty, Producing Artistic Director, is the nation’s oldest and largest company dedicated to producing theater written and directed by women, who receive only 20% of the professional opportunities nationwide. Now in its 34th year, it has produced over 600 main stage productions and developmental projects, and published 11 anthologies of plays by women.

Recent off-Broadway productions include Catherine Trieschmann’s Crooked, Liz Duffy Adams’ Or, Rachel Axler’s Smudge, Sheila Callaghan’s Lascivious Something, and Lynn Rosen’s Apple Cove. In addition, Women’s Project Theater develops new work in its Lab, a free two-year residency program for early to mid career playwrights, directors and producers. And each year, it hosts the Women of Achievement Awards, which pays homage to luminaries such as Laurie Anderson, Eve Ensler, Whoopi Goldberg, Estelle Parsons, Vanessa Redgrave, and Chita Rivera, to name but a few. WomensProject.org

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Lacivious Something, Women's Project's most recent production, is a shining example of their dedication to producing new, exciting dramatic works. Politically charged and poetic, the play and its performers tackled difficult situations in fresh ways. Their productions are, without fail, insightful... more »
Women's Project has always produced thought-provoking, worthy pieces by amazing women playwrights, up-and-coming as well as past/established. With female playwrights, directors, and producers still quite under-represented in the theatre community, it is very crucial that an organization like Women... more »
Lascivious Something was thought-provoking, intriguing, and completely original. The performances were complex and multi-faceted. The script was rich with poeticism, wit, and humor and the plot was beautifully tangled and complex. I am so impressed with the outstanding work that has been and ... more »
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