Over the past ten weeks, a group of teenage girls from Lanier High School and elder women from the Montgomery community, have been meeting once a week to get to know one another, share their life stories, and explore the art of storytelling. Each was then tasked with writing a short play based on something they heard in their inter-generational partner’s story.
Join us when experienced local actors read these original short scripts in front of a live audience.
The Nora Project: Women Write – Final Presentations
Thursday, December 8 | 7:00 PM
Lanier High School | Auditorium
1756 S. Court Street, Montgomery
The event is FREE and open to the public.
A small reception will follow.
The Nora Project Final Presentations includes:
Ebony Allen’s A Woman’s World
Charity Glover’s A 21 st Century Love Story
Carrington Fraley’s Dreams Come True
Emko Pash’s Does It Ever Stop?
Kayla Suttles’ Turmoil
Kamiya Williams’ Three Days on a Plane
Cynthia Jancaterino’s Luck Floats
Henrietta MacGuire’s Cross Currents
Charlotte Mussafer’s The Budding Singer
Susie Paul’s The Glass Coffin
Margaret Pearl’s Follow Your Dreams
Susan Samuel’s How Gran Just About Ruined My Life Trying to Get Me Into College
and Karkie Tackett’s Icons
Tori Carl, Tom Lawson, Jr., Labrandon Milbry-Tyre, Katie Pearson, Danielle Phillips, Yvette Smedley-Jones, Kayla Summerlin, Jackie Trimble, Victor Trotter, Jr., Silver Wallace, and Matthew Watkins
The Nora Project is presented by Nora’s Playhouse.
The Nora Project is supported, in part, by a grant from the Alabama State Council on the Arts.