Living Life. Writing. Learning Sustenance.
3GT presents a staged reading
written by Jennifer Lynne Roberts
directed by Jacinta Sutphin
Sunday, October 14 at 2PM
Phoenix Theatre, SF
The Arentz sisters–polar opposite twins Elinor and Beth, and attention-starved Layne–reunite for their childhood friend Jess’s wake. While Beth crusades to halt the imminent demolition of an historic hotel in town where, as children, she and Elinor found an abandoned Jess and both witnessed something that created a gulf between them, Elinor opens up her home to an unexpected guest whose presence forces the women to confront the fallibility of memory, the possibility of the extraordinary, and examine what it means to embrace the past, or to let it go, when it comes to family, love and sacrifice.
My latest interview is with artist Jeff Snell. Snell’s solo exhibition “Stacks of Facts” is running through Sept. 20 at Jen Tough Gallery in Benicia.
Read our interview here.
ReproRights! is opening at B8 Theatre October 12, 2018 and runs through October 27. The pieces included in the production are selections from each year that ReproRights! has been presenting work centered on reproductive rights and bodily autonomy, spanning from 2012 to 2017. Two of the pieces are my short plays, Factory Farm: A Documentary (2012) and It Farcely Seems Possible (2015).
I couldn't be happier to have these plays presented at B8 Theatre. B8 has a long tradition of staging quality productions. It's a dream come true for me to working with them and their support of ReproRights! has been incredible.
Directed by Laylah Muran de Assereto.
2292 Concord Blvd.
Rachel Bublitz, Megan Cohen, Elizabeth Flanagan, Nicole Jost, Lola Miller-Henline, Lorraine Midanik, Jeanie Ngo, Evelyn Jean Pine, Madeline Puccioni, Jennifer Lynne Roberts, and Naomi Westerman.
I'm a writer. Keeping it simple in a complicated world.