Welcome to Wild Women Writing

August 14, 2015

WILD WOMEN WRITING is a group that emerged in 2008 as WOMEN AT PLAY closed their tents.



Wild Women (left to right) Chiquita Mullins Lee, Marilyn Rofsky, AnneMarie Brethauer, Christy Brothers, Carol Dietrich, Katherine Burkman, Patricia Ake, and Carole Dale as they performed their recent FORCE OF NATURE at the Thurber Center, April 2nd, 2017.
Not pictured: Lisa Kiser, Sydney Schardt, Rebecca Zelanin
Photo credit: Lisa Kiser
Wild Women (left to right) Sydney Schardt, Katherine Burkman, Chiquita Mullins Lee, Christy Brothers, Carole Dale, and Rebecca Zelanin performing their new piece, FOOTSTEPS IN THE DARK, at Danbury Senior Living, November, 2017.
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Unlike WOMEN AT PLAY, who wrote and produced plays together, WILD WOMEN WRITING write everything from memoirs to poems to plays to cross-word puzzles.

WILD WOMEN WRITING give Staged READINGS from their work. They have appeared at the Upper Arlington Library, the Sherie Gallerie, the Thurber Center, and the Hawk Galleries for their readings. They produced a staged reading when Harold Pinter died entitled Remembrance of Pinter’s Past with an array of fantastic Columbus actors.Their present performance home is the Theatre at Columbus Museum of Art, 480 East Broad St.  Free parking.

They also occasionally produce other events, such as readings from Carole Dales’s LIFE IN THE FIRE WORKS at Hawk Galleries, Katherine Burkman’s play of monologues, I DON’T THINK SO: LIFE’S STAGES at Sanctuary-for-the-Arts in Sunbury and plays by Canadian writer Dave Carley at both the Sanctuary and Sherrie Gallerie. They did a full production of Dave Carley’s TWELVE HOURS IN 2014 and produced two evenings of short plays by Harold Pinter, Samuel Beckett, and Will Eno at the Short North Stage in 2015. These were co-produced with the Short North Stage where they were directed by Katherine Burkman.  In November 2015 they also produced David Auburn’s new play,  LOST LAKE,  at the Short North Stage.

Visit the WOMEN AT PLAY website to order scripts or to view excerpts from Women at Play’s works, click here.