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New Special Performance Explores Reproductive Freedom Then And Now Photo New Special Performance Explores Reproductive Freedom Then And Now
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 21, 2020

A powerful new theatrical performance explores how Gen Z and past generations connect in ReGeneration: Our Reproductive Freedom Then and Now.

TALENTOS PERUANOS EN NANAS, NY at IATI Theater
by Lucia Navarro - Jun 26, 2017

peruLaMicro Theater estreno en EEUU de NANAS, del dramaturgo chileno Leonardo Gonzalez. Nanas explora la realidad de cuatro mujeres inmigrantes y dentro de su elenco destaca una peruana.

Prison Reform Activist Evie Litwok and Psychiatrist Dr. Annette Hunt Join “Women in Prison: Eyewitness Accounts" on Today
by BWW News Desk - Apr 21, 2016

Nora's Playhouse is tackling the important issue of women in mass incarceration and solitary confinement this Today, April 21 at 8pm.

Prison Reform Activist Evie Litwok and Psychiatrist Dr. Annette Hunt Join “Women in Prison: Eyewitness Accounts" on 4/21
by Louisa Brady - Apr 17, 2016

Nora's Playhouse is tackling the important issue of women in mass incarceration and solitary confinement this Thursday, April 21 at 8pm.

Nora's Playhouse to Host Public Reading of WHATDOESFREEMEAN?
by Tyler Peterson - Apr 8, 2016

Nora's Playhouse is pleased to announce the first public reading of whatdoesfreemean?, a new play by award-winning playwright Catherine Filloux. Developed in collaboration with Nora's Playhouse and the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, whatdoesfreemean? takes us into the cell and the mind of its central character, Mary, an African-American woman who is serving time for an undisclosed crime. Her days in solitary confinement are spent trying to keep her sanity in the face of loneliness, indifference, human cruelty, and loss. As she grapples with internal voices that threaten to loosen her grip on reality, anger, outrage, strength, and humor carry Mary through her period of incarceration and beyond.

JULISSA ROMAN UNA PERUANA EN NUEVA YORK
by BWW News Desk - Sep 30, 2015

JULISSA ROMAN UNA PERUANA EN NUEVA YORK
by Lucia Navarro - Sep 9, 2015

Catherine Filloux's New Play LUZ Debuts at La MaMa, 9/28-10/14
by BWW News Desk - Oct 13, 2012

LUZ-a new play by Catherine Filloux (DOG AND WOLF, LEMKIN'S HOUSE)-will be given its world-premiere production this fall, with previews beginning September 28 prior to an official press opening October 4 at La MaMa's First Floor Theatre (74A E. 4 St.) in Manhattan. LUZ is a Watson Arts Project, which presents original theater with a particular emphasis on women. LUZ is scheduled to run through October 14.

La MaMa Hosts LUZ Talkback, 10/13
by Kelsey Denette - Oct 12, 2012

The 2:30 matinee performance of LUZ -- Catherine Filloux's new play about gender-based violence and human rights violations in different parts of the world -- will be followed by a discussion with members of the human rights community, including Kate Doyle of The National Security Archive and winner of the ALBA/Puffin Award for Human Rights Activism, along with Dr. Marcia Esparza, who has conducted research in areas including state violence, genocide and memory-silence in the aftermath of mass killings.

Photo Flash: First Look at Catherine Filloux's LUZ at La MaMa
by BWW News Desk - Oct 3, 2012

LUZ, a world-premiere play by Catherine Filloux (DOG AND WOLF, LEMKIN'S HOUSE), opens tomorrow, Wednesday, October 4 at La MaMa's First Floor Theatre (74A East 4th St.). LUZ is a Watson Arts Project, which presents original theater with a particular emphasis on women. Directed by Jose Zayas and with music composed by Sergio R. Reyes, LUZ has a cast featuring Kim Brockington, Peter Jay Fernandez, Lynette R. Freeman, Bobby Plasencia, Steve Rishard, Kimber Riddle, Julissa Roman and Teresa Yenque.