Monthly Archives: November 2016



We Have WIT. Women in Theatre.

On Sunday November 20th at 5:30pm, following the matinee performance of Miss Shakespeare, join us for a panel discussion: WIT – Women in Theatre in the 20th Century “…If a painter can be male or female, then why shouldn’t an actor be. Or a writer. An artist is an artist. Women are born with creative abilities […]

‘Miss Shakespeare’ uses musical theatre to champion women’s rights Kelsey Klassen — Westender ‘Miss Shakespeare’ tells the story of Judith Shakespeare leading a group of women in something secret, subversive, and illegal: the staging of a play. — Emily Cooper photo Imagine a world where women weren’t allowed the same rights and privileges as men. […]