by Gina L. Grandi, Director
We are all kinds of excited for our November 27th Reading! This month we examine the way time and place shapes who we are and who we become.
Journey with us to London with Lynsey Murdoch's The Roar, a tense noir TV drama that explores the themes of gender equality, class and acceptance through the lives of two undercover police women in 1920s London.
And then come on back to New York with Juliany Taveras' Desarollo, where, as kids growing up, Nelly, Alaida, and Sol spent hot summer days daring, dancing, and documenting their way across boroughs, rivers, and storefronts. Ten years later, time has seemed to warp everything, from their once-indestructible friendship to the landscape of the streets they used to call home.
Please join us on Monday, November 27th from 6-9 pm. We are thrilled to be back in the basement room of Mr. Dennehy's Irish Pub, at 63 Carmine Street in the West Village. Have a drink, have a meal, and have a festive chat about our two fantastic scripts.
The Bechdel Group
Working to challenge the portrayal of women in film and on stage.