Amy Lowell: In Her Own Words
A platform reading by the famous Imagist herself, including the erotic love poems written for her beloved partner Ada Dwyer. Also includes diary entries, observations on writing poetry, rebuttals to critics, and her passionate tribute to the actress Eleanora Duse.
Brett Remembers: Taos in the 1920's
A dramatic adaptation of the autobiographical writings of Taos painter Dorothy Brett. In the play, 70-year-old Brett attempts to gain closure with her Younger Self about her passionate attachment to D.H. Lawrence during his New Mexico years. A play for two women.
A dramatic adaptation of the lesbian writings of beloved 19th-century New England writer Sarah Orne Jewett. Including excerpts form her novels, diaries, letters, and poems.
A screenplay adaptation of Anton Chekhov's short story "The Ninny." A contemporary encounter between a wealthy employer and his Latina housekeeper.
Emily and Sue: A Love Story in Five Scenes and Four Seizures
A multi-media interpretation of the letters and poems of Emily Dickinson, restoring the wild frustration of her lesbian passion, as well as her volcanic rage about living with a disability that was considered unspeakable.
Georgia and the Butch
A dramatic adaptation using excerpts from the letters between Maria Chabot, a young, gender-non-conforming lesbian and the renowned artist Georgia O'Keeffe. Who was the butch who took Georgia O’Keeffe camping in the mountains of New Mexico, who was her “handyman” (her words), who was her intimate friend for nine years, and who was designer/general contractor/builder for her internationally renowned house in Abiquiu—and who did it all for love?
I Have Come To Show You Death
Dramatic adaptations of the writings of four 19th century, New England women writers, dealing with lesbian life partners and death.
Speak Fully the One Awful Word...
Dramatic adaptation of Lady Byron Vindicated, Harriet Beecher Stowe's courageous expose of Lord Byron's incestuous relationship with his half-sister and his domestic abuse of Lady Byron.
We Too Are Drifting by Gale Wilhelm (screenplay adaptation by Carolyn Gage)
Gage's screenplay of Wilhelm's 1935 lesbian classic.