Margery Kreitman is an award winning playwright who will have you laughing about how to go from "We to I" in her solo play, The Boot. In this dark comedy, Margery plays multiple characters telling the story about the breakup of a long term relationship. Loss, grief and betrayal are portrayed in a soul-searching yet humorous way. And in the end, she reclaims her single identity as a lesbian of a certain age.
We invite you to the reading and if you so desire, please stay afterwards for an informal discussion with the playwright to share your thoughts, impressions and questions. Get in on the ground level of how a theater piece goes from page to stage in all its revisions and re-visionings. Be part of the fun witnessing and giving feedback to Margery as she creates a brand new play. Thank you for supporting live performance.
Margery Kreitman is a playwright and solo performer whose plays have been produced in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco at venues including Theater Rhino, The New Conservatory Theater and Venue 9. Her works for the theater include Wait for the Beep (Cable Car Nominee), Sax and the Single Dyke, Digitally Yours and Picture Me (Jane Chambers Playwriting Award). Margery is the recipient of two Dean Goodman Choice Awards for her solo show Home Plate. Other solo works include, Phenomenal Dread of Intimacy, Mug Shots, Thirtieth and Bouncing. Her short stories have appeared in Pisgah, Rockhurst Review, Gargoyle, Dos Passos Review, and Clackamas. She was published in Scenes and Monologues for Young Actors by Smith and Kraus. Margery is an Associate Playwright with The 3Girls Theater Company where she has read and performed her work, A Singular Story at the Thick House, and The Boot at the Tides Theater in San Francisco.
Jayne Wenger is a director and dramaturg whose exclusive focus is on original material. She is the past Artistic Director of the Bay Area Playwrights Foundation and was the Artistic Director of Women's Ensemble of NYC. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild, LMDA, Altertheater and The League of Professional Theater Woman. Jayne collaborates on productions throughout the country, works with playwrights and solo performers in her studio in Marin County, and leads workshops for writers around the country. jaynewenger.com