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BroadwayWorld: André Jordan, Kevin Smith Kirkwood, And Kimberly Marable Join CABARET ON THE COUCH benefitting SheNYC Arts. Read More. 

Forbes.com: At 23, She Created a Not-For-Profit to Give Women and Non-Binary Theater Artists all the Tools They Need to Produce Their Shows. Read More.

Broadwayworld: SheNYC Arts and Always Writing 4 U Release New Book Collaboration with “New Pages”. Read More.

Shondaland: 5 Women to Watch As Theater Returns, featuring Amber Iman, Jeanna de Waal, and Danielle DeMatteo, founder of SheNYC. Read more.

Playbill: 19 Theatre Industry Organizations Focused on Equity & Inclusion Join Forces to Launch Get To Work Initiative. Read more.

Broadway.com: Mandy Gonzalez & more to take part in 2nd Annual Women’s Day on Broadway. Read More.

BroadwayWorld: Broadway Women’s Alliance and SheNYC Arts Announce Partnership. Read More.

BroadwayWorld: SheNYC Arts Kicks off 2021 Season with Digital Concert Featuring Ari Conte, Cynthia Meng, Kim Onah, & Angela Sclafani. Read More. 

The Producer’s Perspective: Guest Blog by SheNYC Artistic Director – Tips on Submitting Your Script to a Festival (or anything, for that matter!) Read more. 

Backstage.com: Career Dispatch Series Spotlight on SheNYC. Read More.

Pix 11 News: CreateHER program gives girls interested in theater a chance to learn from women working on Broadway

Watch the full spot below!

BroadwayWorld: CreateHER and Irondale Launch Partnership to Produce Play Festival by High School Artists & Technicians. Read More.

LA Weekly: SheNYC Arts Launches Incubator for New Playwrights in Los Angeles.

“The cliché is that L.A. is heaven for screenwriters and that playwrights find a happier home in New York. Now She NYC Arts, a festival devoted to producing full-length plays, musicals and adaptations by women writers, is bucking the trend and heading West.

‘She NYC Arts gave me such an amazing opportunity that I wanted to help bring the experience to the West Coast in hopes that we can open it up to more female writers,’ Aschtiani says.” Read More.

Los Angeles Female Playwrights Initiative: SheLA Arts Celebrates Summer at the Zephyr

BWW Interview:

Interview: Playwright Nakisa Aschtiani Returns to SheLA Arts with BISMILLAH, OR IN THE NAME OF GOD

BroadwayWorld: SheNYC Arts Sets 2023 SheLA Summer Theater Festival Lineup Of 5 New Plays By Women, Trans, & Non-Binary Writers

BWW Interview: Playwright Ailema Sousa Charging On FORT HUACHUCA With SheLA

Downtown LA News: Spanish is Key in “Dipped in Honey”

Voyage LA: Meet Caroline Ullman, Playwright of “We’re Not Friends” in SheLA in North Hollywood

BWW Interview: THIS WILL BE Ali MacLean’s YEAR at SheLA Arts

The British Blacklist: British Playwright Ailema Sousa’s Play Will Be Featured at the SheLA Festival

Playbill: The Show Must Go On: How SheNYC Virtually Adapted to the Shutdown

“The key to success…was taking the use of Zoom to the next level. ‘When someone has put a lot of production value behind the screen, with a properly representative set behind them, costumes, and fully-rehearsed, off-book actors, it’s shockingly compelling,’ she says. In addition to Zoom, creators used video cameras, their phones, and other digital devices to record content.” Read More.

BroadwayWorld: SheNYC Arts Announces 2023 Festival Lineup Of 8 New Full-Length Plays And Musicals By Women, Trans, & Non-Binary Writers

BroadwayWorld: SheNYC Arts Returns to the Connelly Theater This Summer

Broadway Radio: Today on Broadway, Tuesday, August 3rd, SheNYC Opens for Week 2 of Summer Theater Festival

BWW Review: A Blast to the Past in THE SHOEBOX 

Plays To See Review: “She NYC showcased a bold collection of work this year that encompassed a wide range of stories, struggles, and successes rarely seen or heard in performance.”

BroadwayWorld: Dancing Girl to be performed in ASL at SheNYC Arts Summer Theater Festival


Arts ATL: Inaugural SheATL Arts summer theater festival debuts with three plays by women

“’Our hope is to build up these voices,’ Producer Erika Miranda says, ‘make it marketable and provide them with an opportunity to be seen by bigger houses.’

SheATL’s wintertime call for submissions yielded 30 entries. A team of 25 artists —  actors, directors and designers — read each script and whittled their picks through three rounds until they landed on the finalists. Read More.

ArtsATL: Theatrical Outfit’s 2023-24 season includes SheATL Arts Festival

WABE: 2022 SheATL Festival Elevates Work of Marginalized Artists

BroadwayWorld: Announcing the 2023 SheATL Festival of Shows by Women, Trans, & Non-Binary Playwrights

WABE: Inaugural SheATL Festival Showcases New Works by Women Playwrights in Atlanta

Shoutout Atlanta: Meet Erika Miranda, Actor and Producer of SheATL Arts

BroadwayWorld: The 2021 SheATL Summer Theater Festival Announces its Lineup with plays by Grace Aki, Bernette Sherman, & Roz Sullivan-Lovett 

WABE: Recap of radio interview: SheATL Amplifies The Voices Of Women And Non-Binary Playwrights