On Her Shoulders: May 20 at 6PM

May 20th, The Legacy Project & On Her Shoulders launches their year-long staged reading series, featuring plays by women written over ten centuries. LPTW is sponsoring Special Talk-Backs in the Series.

The Play:
“A MANS WORLD”
By Rachel Crothers
Directed by Melissa Crespo

Set in early 20th century Greenwich Village, in a tenement populated by Bohemian artists and immigrants, the play features Frank, a worldly but idealistic woman writer who is determined to bring attention to the plight of women, especially the poor. What happens when she must choose between her principles and her heart? The play considers the gendered double-standard and the meaning of family– by birth or by choice. Over a century after the play premiered, it remains funny and moving, and, above all, it still speaks to us.

Date & Time: May 20th at 6pm

Location: New School for Drama, 55 West 13th Street, 2nd Floor

RSVP to: OnHerShouldersReservations@gmail.com

Admission is FREE!
First come, first served day of event. RSVP at OnHerShouldersReservations@gmail.com Guaranteed Reserved seats in thanks for donations of $10. DONATE HERE

To stay abreast of OHS and to learn more about the legacy of women playwrights, please visit our website  AND like us on Facebook.

Don’t forget to tell your friends, colleagues and students. Your interest will guarantee the future of our theatrical past.

The Play In Context, which includes introductions by scholars and dramaturgs, and post-show discussion, will be sponsored in part by the League of Professional Theatre Women, a not-for profit organization promoting visibility and increasing opportunities for women in theatre since 1982. www.theatrewomen.org

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