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Thursday, December 20, 2012


And now the GOOD NEWS!  The following theatres will produce 50% (or more!) plays by women in their 2012/13 main stage seasons.  BUY A TICKET FOR ONE OF THESE THEATRES! 

Guerrilla Girls On Tour's 

GOOD NEWS LIST 2012/2013

Theatres that present 50% or more plays by women
in their 2012/2013 Main Stage Seasons!

New Georges, New York NY *

Women’s Project, Philadelhia PA *

Women's Project Theatre, New York NY *

Arizona Women’s Theater Company, Scottsdale AZ *

Looking For Lillith, Louisville KY * 

Orlando Repertory Theater, Orlando, FL *

Tennessee Women’s Theater Project, Nashville, TN  *

Halcyon Theater, Chicago, IL *

Rivendell Theater, Chicago, IL  *

Hyde Park Theatre,Austin, TX  *

Kitchen Dog Theater,Dallas, TX *

Borderlands Theatre, Tucson, AZ *

New York Theatre Workshop, New York NY *

NC Stage Company, Asheville, NC *

Playwrights Horizons, New York, NY *

Bushfire Theatre of Performing Arts, Philadelphia, PA *

Golden Thread, San Francisco, CA *

Children’s Theatre Company, Minneapolis, MN *

New Ground Theatre, Davenport, IA *

Stage Works, Tampa, FL *

3 Girls Theatre, San Francisco, CA * (100% female playwrights!!!)

Dreamcatcher Repertory Theater, South Orange, NJ

Adobe Theater, Albuquerque, NM

Gala Hispanic Theater, Washington DC

New Jersey Repertory Company, NJ

Center Rep, Walnut Creek, CA

Cara Mia Theater Company,  Dallas, TX

First Folio Theatre, Oak Brook, IL

The Mammals, Chicago, IL 

* indicates multiple years on the Good News List

7 theatres that were on the Girlcott List last year are now on
the Good News List! 

The theatres that went from producing NO
plays by women to producing 50% or more plays by women are
Dreamcatcher Repertory Theater
Adobe Theater
Gala Hispanic Theater
New Jersey Repertory Company
Center Rep
Cara Mia Theater Company, Dallas, TX, 
First Folio Theatre, Oak Brook, IL

Call these theatres, email them, buy tickets but PLEASE tell them you support women in theatre and you appreciate their efforts to present the works of women theatre artists.

Compiled by Vera Paulmann

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