The SheLA Summer Theater Festival

The SheLA Summer Theater Festival

Hosted by:
SheNYC Arts
Benefits:
SheNYC Arts
Event date July 22 & 23, 2021
Event location
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  • Gender Equality
  • Arts & Culture
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Ticket Information

The SheLA Summer Theater Festival will have a digital performance of 2 full-length plays by women writers:

Thursday 7/22 at 7:30pm (PDT) - Digital Premiere of Fort Huachuca by Ailema Sousa
Friday 7/23 at 7:30pm (PDT) - Digital Premiere of We're Not Friends by Caroline Ullman

To get your digital performance viewing link, please make a minimum $5 donation to SheNYC Arts. And if you make a donation of $10 or more, $5 of your ticket will go directly to the writer of the play.

The performance will be streamed via Youtube, and all details will be shared with you via email at least 25 minutes prior to the event. On the next page, you can select which show you would like to see.

Tickets are only available for purchase before their premiere date, but please note that once purchased, your link will be valid for 5 days following the premiere date/time and available for multiple re-watches.

Event Information

About FORT HUACHUCA
Set in segregated America, FORT HUACHUCA follows the lives of five African American women who enlist in the army to train as nurses. They are sent to an army base camp in Arizona, where they embark on one of the biggest challenges of their lives. Universal and real, this story tackles social issues that are still relevant today: racism and sexism. It’s an inside look at survival in the army in the 1940s, when society treated women and people of color as “less than”.

About WE’RE NOT FRIENDS
Alex and Julia return to their childhood home after their youngest sister, Eva, has a particularly bad panic attack that sends her to the hospital. Together for the first time in over a year, the sisters are forced to come to the realization that despite being related, they don’t really know anything about each other. Through reminiscing, the comforts of home, and a few secrets they can’t believe they’ve never told each other, they begin to unpack their own mental health, and discover what it truly means to be there for one another.

More About The Cause(s)

SheNYC Arts is a group of theater professionals who showcase the talents of women & non-binary writers and other theater artists, proving that there is no reason for male writers, directors and composers to have the overwhelming majority of produced work. Our programs include Summer Theater Festivals in NYC, LA, and Atlanta, and CreateHER, a career training program for high school girls. Learn more at www.SheNYCArts.org.

Who's Attending

  • Allan Amico
  • Allie Wittner
  • Ana Tenewitz
  • Andrea Reindl
  • Ari Conte
  • Benita L. Terry
  • Brittney McClendon
  • Cathy Loft
  • Dawn Allen
  • Diona Burnett
  • Eileen Chen
  • Emily Hauptman
  • Eric Ullman
  • Hannah Silver
  • Hilda Tompkins
  • Jeannette H.
  • Jocelyn Halferty
  • Joyce Jacobson
  • Julia Hudson
  • Julie McClendon
  • Kumbirai Zvaita
  • LORRAINE SCHNEIDER
  • Melvin Bowen
  • Nancy Reindl
  • Patricia Davis
  • Reilly Allen
  • Renita Terry
  • Sarah Conner
  • Traci Barclay