Let Them Eat Cake By Betty Diamond Directed by Jan Levine Thal May 4-19, 2018 Bartell Theatre, Evjue Stage Tickets at Bartelltheatre.org A seriously comic exploration of women and food. Why do we eat when we’re not hungry? Why do … Continued
by Pulitzer prize winner Annie Baker directed by Jeanne Leep Samara Safarik as Phyllis Jamie England as Joyce Mark Kennedy as Jared Bob Curry as Frank Buy Tickets About the play It’s Body Awareness Week at Shirley State, and as … Continued
Three Performances: Thursday through Saturday, March 15,16,17 at 7:30pm Performances will be at Bartell Theater’s Evjue Stage. In its seventh uproarious year, Wrong for the Part, inspired by Music Theater of Madison’s Miscast, is a collection of monologues and scenes … Continued
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE . . . . Contact Jan Levine Thal for info firstname.lastname@example.org The Kathie Rasmussen Women’s Theatre (Krass) Presents The Mineola Twins: A Comedy in Six Scenes, Four Dreams, and (at least) Six Wigs By Paula … Continued
The House of Yes by Wendy MacLeod Presented by Kathie Rasmussen Women’s Theatre (KRASS) in cooperation with Strollers Theatre, Ltd. Not suitable for children under age 13. Cast: Danielle Bormann Davidson, Tim Lom, Jenny Maahs, Sarah Whelan and Adam Williams. … Continued
Wrong for the Part is an annual romp with actors choosing monologues and scenes that no director would ever cast them for. Old play young, men play women, and so on. Actors – men and women – interested in participating … Continued
A Sky Painted Brown By Naomi Bielefeldt, Nancy Craig, Clarice LaFayette, Donnovan Moen, Emily Morrison-Weeks, Gail Sterkel, and Jan Levine Thal Directed by Naomi Bielefeldt A short play that asks the big question: whose fault is bullying? A Sky Painted … Continued
“Meeting at your mother’s grave on her birthday is no picnic” Rumors of Truth By Marcia Jablonski, 2009 Wisconsin Wrights winner Directed by Sarah Whelan Cast: Annie Jay, Liz Light, and Katherine Mitchell Three sisters meet at their mother’s … Continued
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Beth Henley’s Pulitzer Prize winning play about a few southern sisters in a family crisis. Simone LaPierre won a Bartie Award for her performance as Meg. Click here for the Crimes of the Heart Program Click here for the Crimes … Continued
Madison’s Only Women’s Theater Rockets into Space The Kathie Rasmussen Women’s Theater (KRASS) in partnership with Madison Theatre Guild presents Ten Thousand Moons from Here by Kathleen Allison Johnson and Gail Sterkel. Rarely is sci-fi written for the stage. Even … Continued
Women and Their Callings By multiple playwrights Directed by multiple directors Short plays and monologues about work, avocations, and passions by women playwrights. Comedy, drama, experimental. Fun!
A modern interpretation of the Helen of Troy story. Click here for the Helen Program
Delve into a dark, homespun comedy where jellybean bullets, ￼drug addled police officers and forbidden romance are as commonplace as the neighborhood butcher shop. Click here for the Butcher of Baraboo Poster Click here for the Butcher of Baraboo Program … Continued
In its inaugural 2008 production directed by Deanna Reed, Krass organized a workshop for nine playwrights whose work was critiqued and rewritten before production. The result was talking turtles, armed teenagers, a live ventriloquist dummy, a psychiatric unit, a rogue … Continued