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Woman In The Dark

benefiting Amnesty International
produced by Tall Woman Productions

Written by Elizabeth Murray

Directed by Erika Iverson

Dangling between hilarity and terror, a young woman is trapped in an elevator above Grand Central Station during the Blackout of 2003.  Elizabeth Alice Murray takes on multiple characters as she recounts her journey from panic and anxiety to resentment and optimistic mania as she befriends and alienates her elevator fellows and reflects upon the larger questions and possibilities of “being in the dark.”

Genre: Comedy, Solo Performance, Storytelling, Poetry

Planet Connections Theatre Festivity offers its congratulations to the cast and crew for the following nominations. For more information, please visit our award nominations page at

Outstanding Performance in a Solo Show


40 minutes

public transportation; recycling design elements; recycled paper; online communication; soy-based inks; rubber stamp postcards; paperless marketing; recycling/reusing playbills; placing stickers over leftover press materials instead of reprinting


Becoming Emma Goldman

benefiting Center For International Policy

Created and Performed by Maggie Surovell

A woman who hopes that she can repair the state of the world from Tsumanis and corrupt governments by screaming at the top of her lungs.  But, instead she continues to overreact to her boyfriend’s dirty socks.

Genre: Comedy, Women’s Issues


40 minutes

green program – using a website instead which people can access on their phones; biking and public transportation; recycling design elements from previous productions

at The Gene Frankel Theatre
24 Bond Street
New York, NY 10012
The closest subway is the Broadway and Lafayette Station: 6, F, M, B & D train

Friday, June 10th at 6:00PM
Tuesday, June 14th at 4:00PM
Saturday, June 18th at 8:00PM


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