Guerrilla Girls On Tour!
Guerrilla Girls On Tour is an anonymous theatre collective whose mission is to create new plays that dramatize women’s history and address the current state of women in the performing arts and beyond. Our performances use comedic, physical, and vaudevillian-like techniques to prove that feminists are funny. In order to put the focus of our work entirely on the issues we address each member performs under the name of a dead woman artist and wears a gorilla mask to conceal her true identity.
Thursday, February 4, 2016
Thursday, October 8, 2015
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
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Monday, October 5, 2015
Reporting from the Front: The Tenth Women Playwrights International Conference in Cape Town, South Africa—Part 2
Sunday, October 4, 2015
CHECK OUT MY REPORT FROM THE FRONT Cape Town, South Africa!
10th Women Playwrights International Conference PART !
Monday, June 15, 2015
Saturday, April 11, 2015
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Sunday, March 29, 2015
Guide to the latest additions to the sexual misconduct and harassment code for the theatre (abridged)
If you are asked to take off your clothes at an audition you must be given a reason i.e. the production is a bare bones version of the play; the producer is considering doing the play in repertory with “Oh, Calcutta”; the director wants to see you naked.
Make out scene rehearsals shall follow these guidelines:
(1) There shall be a five-minute break after 55 minutes of making out or a 10-minute break at the conclusion of 80 minutes of a make out rehearsal.
(2) Actors shall not rehearse making out more than five consecutive hours without a meal break of at least one hour.
(3) There shall be a 12-hour recovery period between the end of a make out rehearsal on one day and the beginning of a make out rehearsal on the next day.
The following acts must be performed a maximum of 8 times a week if written into the script:
*may be simulated
NOTE: Highly sexualized musicals such as “Cabaret” may also include the following:
after hours dating
If weaponry is used in any of the above a qualified fight captain must be present. A qualified fight captain is any person trained in weaponry, experienced in weaponry, knows what the word weaponry means, or is a former boyfriend of the stage manager.
PROTOCOLS FOR REGISTERING GRIEVANCES
If you think you have experienced sexual misconduct and/or harassment (please refer to the guidelines entitled “Complete Guide to the sexual misconduct and harassment code for the theatre (abridged)” you may report infringements as follows:
If you are an actor notify the stage manager.
If you are the stage manager notify the producer
If you are the producer notify the dialect coach
If you are the dialect coach notify the orchestrator
If you are the orchestrator notify the dance captain
If you are the dance captain notify the director
If you are the director assemble the cast together and discuss the claims of the person who has filed the grievance. Moderate a 45 minute session focusing on what should be done. Listen to everyone’s ideas and thank them all for sharing. Then, inform whoever it is who complained (if you don’t remember it is usually the person with the black eye) that they are free to leave the production asap.
Take everyone out for drinks.**
** This is the only circumstance under which it is permissible for actors to perform drunk.
For more information see: "Sex and Violence, Beyond the Script