WOMEN IN THEATRE
PROUDLY PRESENTS A STAGED READING
REGINALD ROSE’S TWELVE ANGRY WOMEN
8:00 PM, July 25, 2009
The Complex – Theatre 6470
6476 Santa Monica Blvd
On Theatre Row in Hollywood — Los Angeles, CA 90038
Valet Parking Available
Directed by Julia Teweles
Produced by Women in Theatre
Producers: Julia Teweles, Ann Simmons & Leo Kohn
a teenager from the wrong side of the tracks
goes on trial for murder, the twelve members of this
jury must overcome their own prejudices and assumptions
to reach a consensus on his fate. Reginald Rose's riveting
drama is usually performed as Twelve
Angry Men, but Rose also wrote this little-known
version that features an all-female jury.
Refreshments and snacks will
be available in the lobby.
Donations gladly accepted.
WIT is a 501(c)3 non-profit.
Contact: Julia Teweles Julia@lct2039.com or
WIT Hotline: 818.763-5222
Let's Do Lunch
Third Saturday of Every Month – Farmer's Market in Hollwyood, Community
Room, 2nd Floor –
11:30am till 1:00 pm. Great speakers, great networking, wide range of
food choices for any budget. Convenient public transportation. Two
free hours of validated parking with purchase from Farmer's Market vendors. Additional
parking available at the Grove. Call the hotline for additional details. 818-763-5222.
July 18 – Estherleon Schwartz – Author, Cantor, Performer – Inspiring Story!
Her father literally threw her to safety and freedom as the war was heating up
in Europe during World War II.
Aug 15 – Barbara Dally – A makeup artist who has worked for years in show business – author,
lots of stories and makeup tips!
Sept 19 – Farmers' Market Staff – Find out about entertainment and opportunities,
what makes this place tick – one of the most well known places in the country
and an LA tradition.
Red Carpet Awards
Save the date of Saturday October 17. The Castaway in Burbank. Doors open at
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Writers Reading Series – These
are held frequently throughout the year. WIT members are given preference
for casting, while non-members may be cast as needed.
The usual format is a staged reading. Scripts are picked well in advance.
WIT strives to provide other opportunities for both women/men
writers in this and related programs. Efforts are included
to allow opportunities for writers among active WIT members
not only for plays but for other types of writing as
well such as stories, poetry, short plays and other pieces.
Let’s DO Lunch
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Market features a wide range of food selections
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It is a great way to meet people.
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on the third Saturday in conjunction with National Arts and
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