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Please enjoy The Night of the Iguana trailer:
 

If you would like to take a deeper dramaturgical dive into The Night of the Iguana, please click here.

Some images from past productions:
 

A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur
A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur

Jean Lichty, Annette O’Toole and Kristine Nielsen. Photo by Joan Marcus.

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The Traveling Lady
The Traveling Lady

PJ Sosko, Korinne Tetlow, and Jean Lichty.

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Nora
Nora

Andrea Cirie, Jean Lichty, and George Morfogen.

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A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur
A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur

Jean Lichty, Annette O’Toole and Kristine Nielsen. Photo by Joan Marcus.

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La Femme had an extraordinary April with the inauguration of its two 2022 initiatives: Women on the Verge: The Gladys and Mary Dohmen Reading Series and A Woman's Storyland. On April 11, Women on the Verge – emerging artists Kyla Kantor and Carmen Berkeley – debuted the reading series with a presentation of Megan Mostyn-Brown's girl. Kyla deftly directed Carmen in a tour de force performance of the play's finale. La Femme was honored to showcase their talent along with that of the other excellent cast members.

 

Phanésia Pharel's Black Girl Joy brilliantly inaugurated A Woman's Storyland during a two week script development workshop that began April 4 and culminated in a presentation to an invited audience on April 17. Under the expert direction of Regina Taylor, the creative team and cast allowed Phanésia to develop and bring her play to the next level. 

 

 See below the photograph of the Black Girl Joy cast and creative team, taken on the day of the presentation.

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Black Girl Joy cast and creative team.