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The Monologue Project will present a special event that celebrates Women of the African Diaspora and their impact on theater and the world. The event will feature some of Dallas’ most talented artists, and will be followed by a discussion and call-to-action.

The mission of the project is to increase the canon of audition length monologues for Women of the African Diaspora. Writers from across the nation, including such luminaries as Amy Evans, Pia Wilson, Charlayne Woodard, Dominique Morisseau, Mfoniso Udofia, Cori Thomas and Chisa Hutchinson, have contributed monologues to the project, many of them, original.

Professional and student actors will perform the monologues, which span the gamut from intensely moving to intensely funny.

The Monologue Project will present a special event that celebrates Women of the African Diaspora and their impact on theater and the world. The event will feature some of Dallas’ most talented artists, and will be followed by a discussion and call-to-action.

The mission of the project is to increase the canon of audition length monologues for Women of the African Diaspora. Writers from across the nation, including such luminaries as Amy Evans, Pia Wilson, Charlayne Woodard, Dominique Morisseau, Mfoniso Udofia, Cori Thomas and Chisa Hutchinson, have contributed monologues to the project, many of them, original.

Professional and student actors will perform the monologues, which span the gamut from intensely moving to intensely funny.

The Monologue Project will present a special event that celebrates Women of the African Diaspora and their impact on theater and the world. The event will feature some of Dallas’ most talented artists, and will be followed by a discussion and call-to-action.

The mission of the project is to increase the canon of audition length monologues for Women of the African Diaspora. Writers from across the nation, including such luminaries as Amy Evans, Pia Wilson, Charlayne Woodard, Dominique Morisseau, Mfoniso Udofia, Cori Thomas and Chisa Hutchinson, have contributed monologues to the project, many of them, original.

Professional and student actors will perform the monologues, which span the gamut from intensely moving to intensely funny.

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WHERE

Bishop Arts Theatre Center
215 S. Tyler St.
Dallas, TX 75208
http://bishopartstheatre.org/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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