Wednesday, January 8, 2014


A new panel discussion series - The World of the Play

Beth Henley's Crimes of the Heart debuted in the early 1980s—the beginning of an era that celebrated the increased role of women in the workplace and a decade where the female voice was heard louder than ever before - not only in theatre, but in politics, business, education and more.

Over 30 years later, there are still surprising gender inequalities in average salaries, education and even the fact that female playwrights are still produced far less than their male counterparts. Why aren't women playwrights being heard on our stages? Join our esteemed panel of professionals as we discuss the role of women in theatre today and how the surprising lack of the feminine voice on stage may be a reflection of society itself.

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Everyman Theatre
315 West Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

We are a professional theatre company with a resident ensemble of artists from the Baltimore/Washington area dedicated to presenting high quality plays that are affordable and accessible to everyone. The vision of Everyman is to engage, inspire and transform.

Season Sponsor: University of Maryland Medical Center | Season Media Sponsor: WYPR | Major Support from: The Maryland State Arts Council| Production Sponsors: Towson University and Yumkas Vidmar Sweeney Attorneys and Councelors