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The Women’s Theatre Project, the Carbonell-nominated company focused on works by and about women, is closing after 33 productions over 14 years. TWTP won strong support among theatergoers of both sexes, but developed a particular following among lesbians who rarely saw their lives reflected in the region’s theatrical offerings.
When The Women’s Theatre Project leaders announced in February that they had lost their performing space in Fort Lauderdale, some pessimists feared its unique voice would slide into limbo. But the 11-year-old company has slated two shows at the Willow Theatre in Sugar Sand Park in Boca Raton in November and January.
News: Fund-raising Readings for GableStage & Mosaic, Remy Awards Announced, Carbonells Offer Scholarships, Staged Reading of Who Killed Joan Crawford, Laffing Matterz Returns, New on Iris Acker This Week
Fund-raising Staged Readings for GableStage and Mosaic Here’s an approach you’ve never seen before: two separate staged readings of the same play to benefit two local theaters. Television and stage actor Dan Lauria will star in staged readings of his …