Click Here to read Deborah Steinberg’s terrific piece for WomenArts on LA FPI and the work other women across the country are doing.
And also check out her follow-up focusing on 50/50 in 2020.
And Martha Richards’ feature of LA FPI in the WomenArts Newsletter.
Many thanks to MR Hunter at EyeSpyLA for keeping LA FPI in her sights since we began! Click Here to check out her first piece.
Click Here for the site’s reporting on our Study Results.
We were thrilled when Katherine Bowman, guest blogging for Melissa Silverstein in the popular Women and Hollywood indewire blog, talked about LA FPI & our Study.
Can’t get enough of Bitter Lemons, or thank them enough for their support. Click Here for a terrific Advok@ Spotlight.
Click Here for their coverage of our Study results.
Click Here for an article by About.com’s Angela Mitchell about women in the performing arts, and the fight for gender parity on stage – thanks for your support of LA FPI, Angela!
Thanks to Candyce Columbus and her fantastic coverage in Examiner.com of what LA FPI has been up to.
Great to have Grace Suh cover women in theater for the 2011 TCG Conference and the Hollywood Fringe Festival.
Click Here to check it out.
Click Here to read about LA FPI’s start in Theatre in LA
Thanks to Arts for LA for your coverage of LA FPI! Click Here
(6/8/12) Update - A So Cal Professional Theater Progress Report. Female Artists % = The Same
The numbers are in for the 2012/2013 announced regular seasons for the nine professional LORT stages in the Southern California region: Geffen Playhouse, Ahmanson, Mark Taper Forum, Kirk Douglas Theatre, South Coast Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, Old Globe, Pasadena Playhouse and Laguna Playhouse.
Out of 69 total shows announced, LA FPI calculates that about 22% are female-authored, and about 25% are directed by women. Last year’s LA FPI Study put the percentage of plays written by women at 22.5% for eight local theaters (Pasadena Playhouse was not included in last year’s numbers). This is the first year a count has been conducted for female directors.
These numbers tell us that that shows by female theatermakers (playwrights, composers, lyricists, conceivers) in Southern California are about the same from the 2011/2012 season.