Category Archive: wild women theatre

Letter To and From Me: Opportunities to Take Action!

Wild Women Theatre’s Letter To and From Me addresses, explores and deconstructs a number of issues complicating the lives of women and girls. We wanted to start the conversation on stage and ask you to deepen… Continue reading

Wait a minute Mr. Postman! Get your tickets today!

Wild Woman and fearless Director, Farah Lawal Harris, created this wonderful update on our event filled weekend…   Hey everybody! Wild Women Theatre had a wonderful opening performance for Letters to and from Me on Saturday!… Continue reading

Stamp It! Support our 2014 Fundraising campaign!

In July, Wild Women Theatre returns to the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival with a new, original show called Letters To and From Me! The theme of the play is, “If you could write a… Continue reading

The Reviews are In!

We thought it might be helpful to have all of our reviews in one place! What did you think of Four Women? We would love to hear your feedback!   This is what… Continue reading

a poem for us, a poem for you…

in honor of our current foray into the 2013 Capital Fringe Festival, Wild Woman Margaux wrote this piece in a poetic form called a fourteener.  The poetic style is explained in the wonderful… Continue reading

About Wild Women Theatre

wild (Definition excerpted from the World English Dictionary) — adj lacking restraint in a state of extreme emotional intensity unconventional; fantastic; crazy Wild Women Theatre is a new theatre company comprised of some… Continue reading

Four Women

FOUR WOMEN Directed by Farah Lawal Written by Jade Andwele, margaux delotte-bennett, Shonda Goward, Farah Lawal, Clarissa McKithen, Nia McLean, and Jessica Solomon When singer Nina Simone created “Four Women,” she probably didn’t… Continue reading

Support Our Fundraising Campaign for “Four Women”!

As we approach our premiere of Four Women in this summer’s Capital Fringe Festival, we are in need of your support to make our show a success. As you may know, putting on… Continue reading