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ONLINE Plays Out Loud: Social Distance Theater

  • Teens & Adults • Wednesday, 6/3 from 6:30-8pm via Zoom

    During this workshop we will be reading the 2nd half of The Wheel Woman by Vincent Delaney. If you missed the first workshop you can still join - we will email you the play in advance so you can get caught up!

    This is a pay-what-you-can workshop with a suggested $15. To register at the full amount, click 'sign up now' below. To register at any amount other than $15, please fill out this online form or call Sarah at 781-718-8185 or Deirdre at 845-596-2250.

  • A meeting ID & password to the Zoom workshop will be emailed to you prior to the start of class. As long as you are able to stream at home, you can take this class!

  • Limit: n/a

Join us on Zoom for a play reading! Pick a part to read or enjoy being an audience member. We'll read the play aloud and geek out sharing our likes/dislikes of how the play was crafted.

The play chosen for this workshop is The Wheel Woman by Vincent Delaney.

Synopsis: It's 1894. Young Annie Londonderry takes on a wager to become the first woman to bicycle solo around the globe--and sets off a firestorm in the women's movement. THE WHEEL WOMAN is a heartfelt comedy that tells the true story of this complex early feminist icon, who pushed every possible Victorian boundary to achieve her goal. She was an impresario, part hero, part fraud, at a time when women were allowed neither agency nor complexity.

About the playwright: Vincent Delaney’s plays have been produced, commissioned and developed at the Guthrie, Humana Festival, Florida Studio Theatre, LAByrinth, New Harmony Project, Source Theatre Festival, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Florida Stage, InterAct, the Children’s Theatre Company, the Magic, Woolly Mammoth, Shakespeare and Company, Pittsburgh Public, the Lark, PlayLabs, and Orlando Shakespeare Festival, among others.

LAS CRUCES won the New Play Festival from Premiere Stages. FORECLOSURE was a finalist for the same festival in 2019.

FIRE STATION 7 was commissioned by Seattle Children's Theatre, where it had its world premiere.

99 LAYOFFS premiered at ACT Theatre and Radial Theatre Project, and was produced at Orange Tea Theatre in Amsterdam; the script was a nominee for the ATCA Steinberg Award. THE SEQUENCE, commissioned by the Guthrie, has been produced around the country and in the UK, Canada and Japan.

THE WAR PARTY was developed through the National New Play Network, and had simultaneous world premieres at Seattle Public Theatre and Philadelphia’s InterAct. It was selected to the New York International Fringe Festival in 2018.

AMPERSAND won the Reva Shiner Comedy Award from the Bloomington Playwrights Project. Other awards include McKnight and Bush Fellowships, Core Membership at the Playwrights Center, the Heideman, and a Jerome Commission.

Vincent’s plays are published by Applause Books, Smith and Kraus, Samuel French, Heineman, Dramatics Magazine, Theatre Forum, and Playscripts.com. He is an alum of the Seattle Rep Writers Group.

Upcoming: Foreclosure in full production, NYC, 2020.

FlynnArts Faculty

TRACY VICORY-ROSENQUEST is a playwright, screenwriter, and educator. Her plays have been performed with theater companies across the country in Minneapolis, Montreal, Seattle, and Plattsburgh. Tracy received her M.F.A. from Goddard College and has trained as a teaching artist with ACT Theatre, Arts for Equity Institute with the Flynn Center for Performing Arts & The Clemmons Family Farm, Seattle Arts & Lectures, and more. Tracy currently teaches in the Education Department with Flynn Center for the Performing Arts as well as Vermont Stage’s Young Playwrights Program.

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