6th Annual short Women’s Play Festival

Join us for the SIXTH annual short Women’s Play Festival – the plays are short, not the women!

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Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, March 13, 14, & 15
7 pm
The Bridge (1020 E. Walnut)

Featuring plays by Erin Grogan, Camilla Maxwell, Emily Brauer Rogers, & D.L. Siegel
Directed by Alex Iben Cahill & Vanessa Campagna

Tickets $8 (available online or at the door)

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Mailing address
PO Box 7122
Columbia, MO 65205

Artistic Director, Emily A. Rollie

Executive Director, Charles E. Willis III

IAT’s Season 7: Yeah, Really.

Hey, Indies!

We’re shifting directions this – our SEVENTH – season.  Yes, we’ll still bring you the IAT-brand, cutting edge, purposefully nomadic, and actor-centered theatre that you know and love.


this season, we’re focusing our efforts on supporting and producing opportunities for NEW PLAYS (like brand-spankin’ and haven’t-been-widely-or-ever-produced new plays) and WOMEN PLAYWRIGHTS.

October 18, 2013
7:30 pm
Staged Reading of Recommended Reading for Girls by Ellen Struve (former sWPF playwright) + Panel Discussion about Women in the Arts
SilverBox Photography Studio – 107 Orr Street

About the play:
Recommended Reading for Girls invites you to step into a storybook.  When Amy returns to her childhood home to care for her ailing mother, she discovers uninvited guests from her favorite childhood novels. A beloved crew of literary heroines turns the household topsy-turvy as Amy struggles to reconcile with the stories she loves, the people she loves, and the stories she has told herself in this warm, funny, fanciful play.  Recommended Reading for Girls prompts us to consider how women view and construct their roles in society.

 March 13-15, 2014
7 pm
6th Annual short Women’s Play Festival (The plays are short, not the women!)
Featuring six new short plays by women playwrights from around the world
The Bridge – 1020 E Walnut

Get Involved

Interested in working on one of these fabulous shows as an actor, stage manager, or backstage crew?
Contact artistic director Emily Rollie, and she’ll hook you up!