It was an evening of experimentation as we had women actors read from popular male-centric plays. The discussion that followed afterwards was valuable and whole hearted as we engaged with the audience and the actors. What makes a good story? What makes a good character? Is there anything gained or lost from swapping in a female for a male role?
We all want to hear good stories about the human experience and that transcends any gender type.
black & white photos by Maria Ricossa
Segments of the following plays were read
by the following actors:
Glengarry Glen Ross
by David Mamet: Lynne Griffin & Claire Calnan
Three Men in a Boat
by Mark Brownell: Gabriella Colavecchio, Katie Ross-Leckie & Hilary Carroll
Waiting for Godot
by Samuel Beckett: Jeannette Lambermont-Morey & Jacklyn Francis
by Lee MacDougall: Kathryn Akin, Diana Reis, Maria Ricossa & Tennille Read
by Kat Sandler: Claire Armstrong & Michelle Langille