NEVERTHELESS, SHE PERSISTED

Atwater Village Theatre
Los Angeles, CA

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An evening of five world premiere short plays by female writers that explore the treatment of women in today’s political climate: “yajū,” written and directed by Mary Laws; “Sherry and Vince,” written by “Charlotte Miller,” directed by Tara Karsian; “At Dawn,” written by Calamity West, directed by Ahmed Best’; “Violet,” written by Jacqueline Wright, directed by Teagan Rose’ and “Do You See,” written and directed by Sharon Yablon. Aug. 25 through Sept. 10 at The Echo Theater Company, Atwater Village Theatre, 3269 Casitas Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90039; Fridays, Saturdays, and Mondays at 8 pm and Sundays at 4 pm; $20; 310-307-3753 or www.EchoTheaterCompany.com.

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"It is a no frills celebration of women in the theater, and I applaud Echo Theater Company for creating this opportunity for so many female playwrights, female directors, and actresses."

"One word of caution, there is a significant degree of strong profanity in some of these shows so I would keep the young and sensitive at home. That said I will hasten to add that each show is well written and well performed and very much entertaining each in their own unique way."

"A workshop production whose aim is to showcase the talents of the Echo Theatre Company’s apprentice members, Nevertheless, She Persisted presents a mixed bag of one-acts that includes one dark ironic farce of considerable note and four other plays which vary in depth and craft."

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