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"the play's the thing" 
3GT artists are creating both onstage and off

  • Salon Series- AC/DC by elaine magree
    Sun, Feb 12
    San Francisco
    Feb 12, 2:00 PM PST
    San Francisco, 414 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA
  • 'Tasha by Cat Brooks
    Fri, Feb 24
    San Francisco
    Feb 24, 7:30 PM – Mar 18, 7:30 PM
    San Francisco, 470 Florida St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA
    Tasha is a one woman show exploring the in-custody murder of Natasha McKenna at the hands of law enforcement in Farifax, Virginia in 2015.
  • 3GT’s LezWritesBTQ Monologue Night with Tina D’Elia!
    Mar 01, 7:30 PM
    San Francisco, 470 Florida St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA
    We celebrate the triumphant return of the New Works Festival with an evening of monologues curated by noted writer and performer Tina D’Elia.
  • Dramaturgy and Representation: a Conversation
    Mar 05, 7:30 PM
    San Francisco, 470 Florida St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA
    During its 2022 season, 3GT launched a new pilot project, a professional development workshop for BIPOC theater artists looking to become dramaturgs. In addition to a crash course on the subject participants then enjoyed a paid role as a dramaturg on a 3GT script-in-development.
  • 3GT New Works Festival: Meth by Elizabeth Flanagan
    Mar 07, 7:30 PM
    San Francisco, 470 Florida St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA
    he testing of friendships over money and drugs in rural California is the main thrust in this piece described by its playwright Elizabeth Flanagan as a “tragedy with lots of humor.”
  • The Next to the Last Box by Karen Caronna
    Mar 08, 7:30 PM
    San Francisco, 470 Florida St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA
    Playwright Karen Caronna tells the story of Hollis, newly arrived at the Sunset Vista Villas who after finding herself attracted to Harold also finds herself competing for his affections with his wheelchair-bound wife, dreaming of escape and scoring tickets to a Rolling Stones concert
  • 3GT Investigates: Surviving Oakland
    Sat, Mar 11
    San Francisco
    Mar 11, 2:00 PM
    San Francisco, 470 Florida St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA
    This project by Cat Brooks and Dr. Ayodele Nzinga who worked together on 'Tasha, intends to raise up the voices and untold stories of missing and murdered Black Women in connection with Oakland’s place as major stop on the global human trafficking circuit.
  • Clara by Linda Ayres-Frederick
    Sun, Mar 12
    San Francisco
    Mar 12, 7:30 PM
    San Francisco, 470 Florida St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA
    This biographical comedy by Linda Ayres-Frederick is a one person play based on her grandmother who fled from the Ukraine to South America before making it to the States where she lived to be 106; there will be a recipe for cherry strudel and a few secrets to survival revealed along the way.
  • Ev’ryday Family by Meja Pannell-Tyehimba
    Mar 14, 7:30 PM
    San Francisco, 470 Florida St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA
    A non-traditional Black Family facing the everyday challenges of being Black and living in today’s America with humor, bravery and an eye toward history in this play by Meja Pannell-Tyehimba.
  • The Pennsylvanian by Jennifer Roberts
    Mar 15, 7:30 PM
    San Francisco, 470 Florida St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA
    This “drama with Bluegrass music” by Jennifer Roberts features siblings and musicians Pixie and Macon returning to the house they grew up in as members of a family band with a manipulative father at the helm.
  • 3GT Innovators: Burning Wild
    Sat, Mar 18
    San Francisco
    Mar 18, 2:00 PM
    San Francisco, 470 Florida St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA
    Created by Debórah Eliezer—who herself is a survivor of California’s recent wildfires—and the Aviva Arts Ensemble in a devised performance that incorporates physical theater, dance, song, documentary video and puppetry to tell a story about land, displacement and renewal.
  • Salon Series-Touched by Susan Jane Harrison
    Apr 16, 2:00 PM PDT
    San Francisco, 414 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA
  • 3GT LezWritesBTQ Reading 2022-2023-La Mamá Chingona
    May 30, 7:00 PM
    Phoenix Theatre, 414 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA
    La Mamá Chingona is a play centering Marcia, a Chicana in pursuit of motherhood. The parallel story of La Malinche, known as the mother of Mexico, scorned for being a traitor and also celebrated as a hero, where she finally tells her side of the story.
  • 3GT LezWritesBTQ Reading 2022-2023- SistahFriend
    Jun 06, 7:00 PM
    Phoenix Theatre, 414 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA
    This dramatic comedy reveals the hard work behind ‘black girl magic', as it follows three best friends in their 40s, through life -changing obstacles that threaten their sacred friendship.
  • LezWritesBTQ Reading 2022-2023- Ball Biddies
    Jun 13, 7:00 PM
    Phoenix Theatre, 414 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA
    The Ball Biddies are ready to play ball and break hearts. This boisterous group of older gay women play a mean game of softball as they laugh, fight, and fall in love. Meanwhile, a young lesbian observes from the dugout, desperate to feel a part of a community she feels so distant from.
  • 3GT LezWritesBTQ Reading 2022-2023- Often, Sometimes, Never
    Jun 20, 7:00 PM
    Phoenix Theatre, 414 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA
    Two years into the global COVID-19 pandemic, four individuals have navigated loneliness, intimacy and romance all while trying to stay healthy and “emotionally stable”, whatever that means in a post-apocalyptic world.
  • 3GT Radio Play: The Sins and Secrets of Tabard Lake
    Time is TBD
    3GT Website
    In honor of the company’s 2021 Tenth Anniversary, we collaborated on a unique project in lockdown: the first ever 3Girls Theatre Radio Play! Written “for your ears only” by an intergenerational, intersectional team of 3GT playwrights, and brought to air by a crew of talented audio artists.
  • 3GT Investigates: Surviving Oakland
    Time is TBD
    Zoom Discussion
    Time is TBD
    Zoom Discussion
    3GT Investigates commissions teams of women playwrights to deeply interrogate critical issues of our time using investigative/documentary theatre techniques.
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