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Women Without Men at Mint Theater Company

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2/22/2021 - 3/21/2021

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Mint Theater Company




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Mint's production of Women Without Men was its first revival since its first two-week run in Dublin in 1938-and its American Premiere. "Hazel Ellis's Women Without Men, produced by the Mint Theater Company at City Center, concentrates on a group of unmarried women who have stayed school teachers out of helplessness or inertia rather than any calling or passion. Deprived of much freedom and many comforts (they have one afternoon off per week and hot baths are a rationed luxury), they turn on one another, fanning trifling grievances, exaggerating minor slights. A newcomer to the school, the still idealistic Miss Wade (Emily Walton), marvels, 'Why should we all unite in making each other's lives a little hell of trivial tortures?'" said The New York Times. Notably, it continued Mint's efforts to produce the work of forgotten female dramatists. "For me, it's the plays written by women that have resonated the most. MAYbe because the pay-off is sweeter: these women had descended into an obscurity even more pitch-black than that of the male writers produced by the Mint - if it's hard for female writers to make it to the stage, it's even harder for their works to be revived. This production shows the Mint doing what it does best: finding long-lost works that remain remarkably stage-worthy today," said David Barbour in Lighting and Sound America. Jenn Thompson directed an all-female cast that includes Mary Bacon, Joyce Cohen, Shannon Harrington, Kate Middleton, Aedin Moloney, Alexa Shae Niziak, Kellie Overbey, Dee Pelletier, Beatrice Tulchin, Emily Walton, and Amelia White. Women Without Men was nominated for five Drama Desk Awards, including Outstanding Revival of a Play, Outstanding Featured Actress for Kellie Overbey, and Outstanding Director for Jenn Thompson.

News About Women Without Men at Mint Theater Company


Mint Theater Company Continues Silver Lining Streaming Series With WOMEN WITHOUT MEN ArticleMint Theater Company Continues Silver Lining Streaming Series With WOMEN WITHOUT MEN
February 19, 2021

Mint Theater Company will continue its Silver Lining Streaming Series with the on-demand streaming of the three-camera archival recording (filmed in HD!) of Women Without Men by Hazel Ellis, directed by Jenn Thompson beginning Monday, February 22nd, and continuing through March 21st.

Last Week to See Mint Theater's DAYS TO COME ArticleLast Week to See Mint Theater's DAYS TO COME
February 16, 2021

This is the last week to enjoy the on-demand streaming of Days To Come by Lillian Hellman, part of Mint Theater Company's Silver Lining Streaming Series, through February 21st ONLY. The price of admission is FREE. The Silver Lining Streaming Series continues with Katie Roche by Teresa Deevy (NOW through March 28th).

Mint Theater Continues Silver Lining Streaming Series With KATIE ROCHE by Teresa Deevy ArticleMint Theater Continues Silver Lining Streaming Series With KATIE ROCHE by Teresa Deevy
January 27, 2021

Mint Theater Company will continue its Silver Lining Streaming Series with the on-demand streaming of the three-camera archival recording (filmed in HD!) of Katie Roche by Teresa Deevy, directed by Jonathan Bank, beginning February 1st and continuing through March 28th The price of admission is FREE.

Mint Theater Kicks Off Silver Lining Streaming Series With DAYS TO COME ArticleMint Theater Kicks Off Silver Lining Streaming Series With DAYS TO COME
January 04, 2021

Mint Theater Company will kick off its Silver Lining Streaming Series today with the on-demand streaming of the HD recording of Days To Come by Lillian Hellman (The Little Foxes, Watch on the Rhine, Toys in the Attic, The Children's Hour), directed by J.R. Sullivan, beginning January 4th and continuing through February 21st. 

Mint Theater Company Continues Free Streaming Series With DAYS TO COME, KATIE ROCHE and More ArticleMint Theater Company Continues Free Streaming Series With DAYS TO COME, KATIE ROCHE and More
December 21, 2020

Mint Theater Company Artistic Director Jonathan Bank today announced the line-up for Mint’s popular Streaming Series for 2021, featuring HD recordings of past productions: Days To Come by Lillian Hellman, directed by J.R. Sullivan (will begin airing January 4th and continue through February 21st); plus much more!

Mint Theater Continues its Series of Free Broadcasts With CONFLICT by Miles Malleson ArticleMint Theater Continues its Series of Free Broadcasts With CONFLICT by Miles Malleson
October 06, 2020

Mint Artistic Director Jonathan Bank today announced Mint Theater Company's Streaming Series featuring HD recordings of past productions, will continue with the New York Premiere of Miles Malleson's political love story Conflict, just in time for Election Day. Conflict will be available online from October 19th through November 1st.

Mint Theater's SUMMER STOCK STREAMING FESTIVAL Begins Today ArticleMint Theater's SUMMER STOCK STREAMING FESTIVAL Begins Today
July 06, 2020

Mint Theater Company's Summer Stock Streaming Festival, featuring archival recordings of three past productions, begins today, Monday July 6th. All three productions will be available through July 19th only from the Mint website.

Mint Theater Company to Present SUMMER STOCK STREAMING FESTIVAL ArticleMint Theater Company to Present SUMMER STOCK STREAMING FESTIVAL
June 30, 2020

Mint Theater Company Producing Artistic Director Jonathan Bank today announced the Summer Stock Streaming Festival, featuring archival recordings of three past productions.

Casting Set for Dominique Morisseau's PIPELINE at Studio Theatre ArticleCasting Set for Dominique Morisseau's PIPELINE at Studio Theatre
December 12, 2019

Casting is set for Studio Theatre's production of Pipeline, playwright Dominique Morisseau's searing drama about the school-to-prison pipeline and a mother desperately trying to keep her son from becoming ensnared in it. The production runs January 15-February 16, 2020 and is directed by Awoye Timpo. Starring are DC theatre favorite Justin Weaks (Studio's Curve of Departure) as high school student Omari and Andrea Harris Smith making her Studio debut as his mother, public school teacher Nya. In its recent People Issue, Washington City Paper's called Weaks a 'standout,' going on to say: 'D.C. theater audiences love Justin Weaks. ...Weaks came to D.C. for a job about four years ago, not expecting to stay. But he kept getting cast in shows, and lucky for local theatergoers, he's still here.'

Mint Theater Company's American Premiere of THE MOUNTAINS LOOK DIFFERENT Begins at Theatre Row ArticleMint Theater Company's American Premiere of THE MOUNTAINS LOOK DIFFERENT Begins at Theatre Row
May 30, 2019

Mint Theater (Jonathan Bank, Producing Artistic Director) will present the American Premiere of The Mountains Look Different by Micheal Mac Liammoir.  Performances will begin tonight, Thursday May 30th and continue through July 14th only at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street). Opening Night is set for June 20th.

Mint Theater Company to Present the American Premiere of THE MOUNTAINS LOOK DIFFERENT ArticleMint Theater Company to Present the American Premiere of THE MOUNTAINS LOOK DIFFERENT
April 18, 2019

Mint Theater (Jonathan Bank, Producing Artistic Director) will present the American Premiere of The Mountains Look Different by Micheal mac Liammoir, hailed as 'a courageous play in which there is no beating about the bush' by The Christian Science Monitor. Performances will begin May 30th and continue through July 14th only at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street). Opening Night is set for June 19th.

University of Washington School of Drama Presents RUTHERFORD AND SON ArticleUniversity of Washington School of Drama Presents RUTHERFORD AND SON
January 23, 2019

The University of Washington School of Drama will present Githa Sowerby's 1912 drama, Rutherford and Son, January 23 - February 3, 2019. Despite being a smash hit when it premiered in London in 1912, Sowerby's tale of a tyrannical patriarch who loses his grip on his children has rarely been produced in the U.S.

University of Washington School of Drama Presents RUTHERFORD AND SON ArticleUniversity of Washington School of Drama Presents RUTHERFORD AND SON
January 16, 2019

The University of Washington School of Drama will present Githa Sowerby's 1912 drama, Rutherford and Son, January 23 - February 3, 2019. Despite being a smash hit when it premiered in London in 1912, Sowerby's tale of a tyrannical patriarch who loses his grip on his children has rarely been produced in the U.S.

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