2015-2016 Festival

Revolution They Wrote is proud to present the second annual Short Works Theatre Festival.

March 17th Cafe Cleopatra
March 18, 19 and 20 Mainline Gallery
Doors at 7:30, show at 8:00 PM

Get your tickets in advance @
revolutiontheywrote.tickets@gmail.com
$3 dollars per show // $10 for all shows

A Chorus of Unidentified Singers
By Jess Glavina
A monologic poetic work with deals with textiles and the erasure of the work of women from history and collective memory.

The Blood Countess
By Calla Wright and Emily Schon
An alternative exploration of how history remembers powerful and frightening women. Based on the historic and horrible tale of the Blood Countess of Hungary.

The Izzy Spectrum
By Cleopatra Boudreau
A reading of a new play by Cleopatra Boudreau! The Izzy Spectrum deals with sexuality and ownership in a young woman and aims to look at the way we put labels – both liberating and suffocating – on ourselves and others.

RE:FUSE
By Madeline Smart and Kathleen McKeown
A post-modern look at female relationships. This work is an exploration into the expected and unexpected roles of women and how they behave together.

-NEW THIS YEAR-
March 18, 19 and 20 at the Mainline Gallery
Vernissage 5-7
Admission FREE
Cool feminist art to get you hyped for other cool feminist art!