The Shakespeare Underground is a new project designed to explore classic plays written by a variety of authors. For our first season, we will be focusing our efforts on presenting the works of female playwrights. What’s more “underground” than that? Please join us to hear something that you’ve probably never heard before.
A Man’s World by Rachel Crothers (1910): A great lead-in to this series, A Man’s World is the story of Frank Ware, a female author in Greenwich Village in 1910, who publishes under a man’s name in order to get ahead.
A Bold Stroke for a Wife by Susanna Centrelivre
Fashion by Anna Cora Mowatt
Our Country’s Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker
Votes for Women by Elizabeth Robins