The Ladies Who Live Stream

Last-minute announcement of an interesting live (and live streaming) event this Sunday night at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro. Here’s the press release:

-DASH-: An Interruption of Triangle Theatre

The newly formed resource group, Ladies of Triangle Theatre (LoTT), presents a livestream event to discuss the state of theatre for women working in the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area. This event will be featured as part of national livestreaming event with #NewPlay TV and @HowlRound. LoTT will present this roundtable discussion Sunday, July 15th at 7pm hosted by the ArtsCenter in Carrboro.

This moderated discussion is about women’s experiences working in triangle theatre, both supportive and frustrating. We will shine a light on currently producing Artistic Directors who get it right and need our support, and those who need our wisdom and help. From this initial conversation, we hope to be a resource for local companies, to assist in providing quality opportunities for female actors, directors, playwrights, designers, and technicians, ultimately seeking a 50/50 balance of theatre professionals.


Hope Hynes-Love, Actor, Director, Theatre Educator
Cheryl Chamblee, co-Artistic Director at both hands theatre, Playwright
Tamara Kissane, co-Artistic Director at both hands theatre, Playwright
Lormarev Jones, Actor and Choreographer
Katja Hill, Actor and Director
JulesOdendahl-James, Dramaturg, Lecturer at Duke Theatre Studies
Lori Mahl, Actor and Theatre Educator

Moderator: Devra Thomas is a current student in the Masters of Arts in Arts Administration program at Goucher College, specializing in live theatre management. She is also a local designer for many area theatres.

The Ladies of Triangle Theatre (LoTT) is a group of powerhouse women dedicated to promoting, facilitating, and otherwise encouraging the work of all female theatre artisans in the Triangle, NC area.

Can’t make it in person? Watch us LIVE at LiveStream: and follow the discussion online. Join the conversation by using hashtag #newplay on Twitter to chime-in.

(This event is free; however, audience members are encouraged to bring healthy non-perishable snack food for a collection for the Compass Center for Women and Families, located in Chapel Hill.)


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