Category Archives: Wayward Women
“Let Women War,” We Three’s production of The Passion of Boudicca and The Wayward Women in rep, opens September 7. Reserve your free seat here.
The classic tale of disguise and dereliction of duty opens tonight at 8! Alchemist Theatre, 2569 S Kinnickinnic Ave 8:00 (doors open at 7:30) $18 100 minutes, including a 10 minute intermission
My besties at TheaterRED always know how to make me feel like a superstar. Here’s the commercial for the Milwaukee premier of The Wayward Women!
Theater RED acts to create strong, substantial characters for local actresses
THE WAYWARD WOMEN CAST All tickets are FREE! The Wayward Women will be staged at Chase Park (4701 N Ashland) with the generous cooperation of Fury Theatre. PERFORMANCE DATES: September 10 (5pm) September 15 (7:30pm) September 17 (5pm) September 23 (7:30pm) … Continue reading
Dame Grendela’s fart still lingered in Quill’s face, as damp and palpable as the sultry air. “Quill, come and inspect these tracks,” the knight had insisted. Quill had known what was coming, yet had no choice but to obey. She was … Continue reading
We Three are exceptionally excited to share that The Wayward Women will be returning to Chicago this September! The story of two querulous knights in a post-war culture, The Wayward Women takes place on the Illyria-esque isle of Amosa, where … Continue reading
A scene from The Wayward Women will be featured on Peter Storey’s Poetry Talk, a monthly show discussing contemporary poetics. Stop by the Public House Theater September 13th at 8pm. Guests include Jacob Saenz, Robyn Shanae, and myself. Immediately following … Continue reading
My Hamlet-like inability to let go of this play continues. Dame Anu was the second character created for the show, immediately after her nemesis Dame Grendela. She was initially conceived as a Sir Andrew Aguecheek to Grendela’s Sir Toby Belch, … Continue reading
Still not (emotionally) done with this show, apparently. Grendela was the first character created for The Wayward Women. Though she has the martial pride of Fluellen and the avuncular debauchery of Falstaff (Aunticular? Tantatious? Materteral?), it is decidedly Sir Toby … Continue reading