GAN-e-meed Theatre Project
Announces 2011-12 Season

GAN-e-meed Theatre Project’s second season is set to include world premieres, unexpected stories and honest explorations while continuing to provide inspiration and support through the company's successful and innovative Career Labs series. 
December will bring the Not A Box New Play Festival which features the rousing conclusion of last year’s 1-Page Play Experiment, the finalists for this year’s Experiment, the Boston premiere of Obehi Janice’s semi-autobiographical solo show "fufu & oreos," and a Mystery Artist at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre.  

April and May of 2012 will include Julie Jenson’s "Two-Headed," an exploration of the friendship of two Mormon women in 1800s Utah, to be performed at the Boston Center for the Arts and on tour throughout New England. 
The successful Career Labs, a series of workshops and panel discussions continues in 2011-12 with "Perfecting Your Pitch" on November 8;  "Negotiation for Women in Theatre" in April 2012; and "Building Your Community and Network" on June 3, 2012.   Co-sponsored by StageSource, all Career Labs are generously hosted by the Boston Center for the Arts. Further networking opportunities will be available during the Women in Theatre Networking Nights, beginning in October.
SerahRose Roth, GAN-e-meed’s Executive Artistic Director, commented, “At GAN-e-meed, we go out of our way to find women who are passionate about a project and work with them to make it a success. I am overjoyed to continue our work of advancing the role of women in theatre by supporting both up-and-coming artists who are redefining theatre in their own words and established professionals who want more.  It is their passion and dedication that makes GAN-e-meed thrive.  Given the thrill of our inaugural season, I love knowing that this second season is going to be just as awe-inspiring, if not more so.”

GAN-e-meed Theatre Project is a mission-driven non-profit theatre company that advances the role of women in theatre.  GAN-e-meed supports their mission through a production season of relevant plays, networking nights for women in theatre, and The Career Labs, a series of workshops supporting the unique challenges, skill-sets, and successes of women in theatre.

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