|WELCOME TO THE CHESAPEAKE CHAPTER OF SISTERS IN CRIME|
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AUGUST 30, 2014
PRISON TO STAGE
AT THE JOHN F. KENNEDY CENTER
FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
Presented as part of the Kennedy Center's
Page to Stage Festival
For Performance Labor Day Weekend 2014
Director: Betty May
Producer: Dennis Sobin
Sponsored by the Prisons Foundation
The Prisons Foundation is a nonprofit organization founded by ex-prisoners. It reaches out to imprisoned artists whose art we exhibit and sell at our numerous affiliated art galleries, to imprisoned playwrights whose work we present at the Kennedy Center, and to imprisoned authors whose books we publish. prisonsfoundation.org
Plays selected from material submitted by prison inmates across the country.
**We need to stress that this contains adult content, possible violence, potentially disturbing images and language. It is not recommended for children or those who may be sensitive to the above.**
The tickets/seating will be on a first come/ first served basis on the night of the performance. We cannot reserve seats, but since it is an invitation event, it is expected that everyone will hopefully be accommodated. Friends are welcome, too. Afterwards there will be an opportunity to meet the director/dramaturge and cast.
The Chesapeake Chapter of Sisters in Crime, like its national parent organization, was created to promote the professional development and advancement of women crime fiction writers to achieve equality in the industry.
Membership is open to anyone with a love of mysteries - men and women, readers and writers - who would like to help promote the advancement of women mystery writers. Chapter members typically come from D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
Chesapeake Chapter Officers for 2014
Website and listserv coordinators: Donna Andrews & Becky Hutchison