COMING THIS FALL:
SheNYC Arts Presents
An off-Broadway run of two plays in rep by Festival Alumni Playwrights
“FORT HUACHUCA’s impact lies in the small, important, gripping details.”
– NEW YORK AMSTERDAM NEWS
the true story of five black nurses serving a country who wouldn’t serve them
In the aftermath of Pearl Harbor, Mayvee, Georgia, Elinor, Majorie, and Thelma enlist to serve their country and are sent to Fort Huachuca, an army base camp in Arizona.
As Black nurses, they’re in charge of treating enemy prisoners of war. They quickly learn the rules of the camp: stay segregated from the white soldiers; in an emergency, always treat the white soldiers first; and remember that we’re all on the same team, fighting for the same country.
Universal and real, this story tackles social issues that are still relevant today: racism and sexism. It’s an inside look at survival in the army in the 1940s, when society treated women and people of color as “less than”.
is going to grab the audience by the throat and will not let go.”
– NEW YORK AMSTERDAM NEWS
the city that never sleeps
is being put to the test
This deeply dark and acerbically funny mystery follows Reaver, a bone-tired Black coroner, as he investigates a city being torn apart by a gruesome plague – one that causes sleeplessness and spontaneous, explosive death.
Unreliably narrated, and accompanied by original music by The Mombs, BLOODSHOT is an alluring, distorted romp through a familiar city on the brink of a very human meltdown.
Find out who goes BLOODSHOT… and who’s unlucky enough to make it out alive.
Elinor T Vanderburg
WITH ORIGINAL MUSIC BY
NOT IN NEW YORK?
Get digital tickets at watch from the comfort of your own home!
You’ll be able to stream a recorded version of the shows from October 8th at 2:00pm EST through October 15 at 11:59pm EST.
FIRST LOOK: Production Photos from
FORT HUACHUCA and BLOODSHOT
About SheNYC Arts
We’re a femme-led 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that fights for gender equity in the arts & entertainment industry. We focus most of our support on the original creators — playwrights, composers, and producers — to get more women, trans, and non-binary people in these roles that decide which stories get told.
Our Programs Include:
We’re bringing our programming to Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas! Our inaugural SheDFW Festival will take place in Fall 2024.
The SheNYC Summer Theater Festival presents 8 full-length plays & musicals in an off-Broadway theater in July & August.
This semester-long program teaches NYC-based high school writers and producers how to jump-start their careers in the theater industry. For free!
The SheATL Theater Festival produces 4 plays by Georgia-based playwrights each August.
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Each year, SheLA presents 4-5 shows by West Coast artists in West Hollywood’s Zephyr Theatre.
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We’re so thrilled to announce our newest program: a publishing wing!
New Pages will feature the works of SheNYC, LA, and ATL Festival alumni playwrights, in softcover books that you can purchase when you need new material for your scene study classes, auditions, or are looking for plays to license for a production at your local theater.
Proceeds from the book are split between SheNYC and the playwrights in the anthology, so you’re supporting gender equity in the arts AND new playwrights at the same time!
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