Thursday, March 10, 2016
ENCORE! A DAY OF THEATRE PRESENTED BY THE CITY OF WEST HOLLYWOOD AND THE LOS ANGELES WOMEN’S THEATRE FESTIVAL ON APRIL 30TH. FREE EVENTS!
Thanks to the generous support of the City of West Hollywood through its Arts and
Cultural Affairs Commission, the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival is co-presenting a full
afternoon and evening of free theatre events on Saturday, April 30, 2016, most of them at The Actor’s Company located at 916 N. Formosa Ave., West Hollywood, CA 90046.
Events include four shows and a writing workshop. The full slate is called Encore! A Day of Theatre, as it features performances a sample of established audience favorites of the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival.
Here’s the schedule:
12 Noon: Identity as an Act of Courage: A Writing & Storytelling Workshop. Whether you’re a
native or a transplant, this two-hour workshop will explore the concept of home and its impact on
identity , as well as the courage it takes to be you. Conducted by Terrie Silverman at Plummer Park,
7377 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069.
3 pm.: What’s Wrong With a Mouse? Vicki Dello Joio. Coming from Oakland, Vicki
chronicles her journey of healing a rift with her father during his last days. He had disowned her for
being queer 20 years earlier. At The Actor’s Company, 916 N. Formosa Ave., West Hollywood, CA
4 p.m: ChocolateMatch.com Juliette Jeffers. This storytelling piece chronicles a woman’s self-
conscious journey into the uncharted world of online dating. At The Actor’s Company.
Encore! A Day of Theatre
5 pm: Oh, Yes She Did! Sandy Brown. A theatrical journey that breathes life into notable
historical African American women who brought change to America. At The Actor’s Company.
7 pm: Oh, But Wait, There’s More. Kim Coles (Living Single, In Living Color). Directed by
Scotch Ellis Loring. This zany and, at times, irreverent solo show chronicles the ebb and flow of Kim’s show biz career with titillating inside Hollywood anecdotes and personal stories from her world.
Reception directly follows performance. At The Actor’s Company.
8:30pm: Reception directly following the last show.
It’s an exceptional day of free performing arts events with extraordinarily talented women.
All events are free but seating is limited, so please reserve your seats by April 23 by contacting the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival at (818) 760-0408 or by going online at www.lawtf.org
For more info on WeHo Arts programming, please visit www.weho.org/arts