This project began in June 2011. To date, we've counted 152 Bay Area shows. To learn more about the project, including a link to a list of prior posts in this series, go here.
14 Shows Counted:
ACT/Scottsboro Boys (3 male writers credited on this production - book, lyrics, music)
Berkeley REP/Emotional Creatures
Mime Troupe/The Last Election (2 male writers on this production - script, music & lyrics. Also script writer and director are same person)
Shotgun Players/Truffaldino Says No
The Stage (San Jose Stage)/Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (male director, female music director, male writer, 2nd male writer for book/lyrics. Cast includes double cast M child actors)
One Heart Productions/Angel of the Poor
TheatreWorks/Wheelhouse (3 writers on this project are also 3 performers in project)
Bay Area Childrens Theater/Click Clack Moo (adaptation from book by woman writer; 2 writer team is co on lyrics, 1 did script, other music; female director, female music director)
San Jose Rep/Bill W and Dr Bob
TheatreWorks/Upright Grand (one of male actors on this project has a low line load and plays the piano)
Impact/Great Zamboni (solo show written by the performer)
Marin Shakes/King John
Aurora/Salomania (writer and director same person; one female actor played both male and female characters)
Cal Shakes/Spunk (adapted from stories by F writer, male adaptor, male music writer)
7 male directors, 10 female directors
20 male writers, 4 female writers
141 total actors, 91 male, 50 female
61 union actors, 80 non-union actors
36 union men, 25 union women
114 local actors, 27 non-local
Giant thank yous to all who shared stats with me for July: Karen Thompson Hall, Sofia Ahmad, Megan Killian Uttam, Scott Ragle, Lily Tung Crystal and Melissa Hillman.
I'll post stats for August between September 1 and September 5. If you see a show or are working on a show with performances in August, please go here to learn how to submit the statistics.
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