We currently meet quarterly for LA FPI Gatherings (and Micro-Reads!) at the Samuel French Bookshop, and connect with The Vagrancy every other month for Tactical Reads, plays written and directed by women.
Next Gathering at Samuel French:
Saturday, July 20, 1-4 pm
- Snacks and/or drinks to share
- Questions and ideas to scheme
- 1 min of your writing to be read aloud
Samuel French 7623 Sunset Bl (east of Fairfax) in Hollywood
Thanks again to Joyce Mehess, Jennifer Palumbo and crew for opening up the bookshop’s fabulous Green Room for food, wine, connections and Micro-Reads.
Next Tactical Read from The Vagrancy:
A SONG FOR A SURFER by Callan Stout, directed by Caitlin Hart
When: May 30, 7:30 pm
Where: Son of Semele
More Info: Visit The Vagrancy Facebook Page
Thanks to those of you who joined us for the 2012 Tactical Reads, to Atwater Crossing for kicking the program off, to Rogue Machine Theatre for hosting the September reading, and Son of Semele Ensemble for giving shelter in November. 2013 Thanks to The Working Stage in January and studio/stage in March.
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Check out some familiar faces at past LA FPI Events.
Cheers to those of you who joined us for LA FPI’s first “BYO Mix” Mixer.
And a big thank you to NoHo’s Eclectic Company Theatre for hosting.
Many thanks to instigators who helped us move forward at our Spring Gathering in May, 2011 and to the very FPI-friendly Theatricum Botanicum for hosting.
Great energy, ladies, and thanks so much to 55 Degree Wine in Atwater Village!
Thanks to all of you who joined us for the 4th LA FPI Gathering in October, 2010!
And to Rogue Machine at Theatre/Theater for graciously hosting.
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LA FPI Spotlight
Kudos to Los Angeles’ Native Voices at the Autry. Founded in 1999, Native Voices is devoted to developing and producing new works for the stage by Native American and First Nation playwrights. About 70% of the works Native Voices has supported have been written by women. Photo by Stephanie Lein Walseth Used by permissionTweet