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So long as you write what you wish to write, that is all that matters; and whether it matters for ages, or only for hours, nobody can say. ~ Virginia Woolf, SSC Patron Saint, A Room of One’s Own

The quote above and the photo at right introduce an email from Shakespeare’s Sister Company announcing its Aug. 6 production of  emerging playwright, Shellen Lubin’s, new full-length play, War Orphan.

Featuring Cynthia Enfield, Anthony J. Fusco, Matthew Gandolfo, Kris Lundberg and Susan Merson, War Orphan explores two friends’ journeys through love, family and sexual identity from the 1960s to the 1980s.

Showtime is 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at The Delancey, 168 Delancey Street (between Clinton and Attorney). The event is free and is for audience members 21 and over.

It is week seven in the company’s 2012 emerging women playwrights reading series. The final reading of the series will be Aug. 13 and will feature the company’s Artistic Director, Kris Lundberg’s, Muse.

The Shakespeare’s Sister Company is a not-for-profit theater organization dedicated to women in the arts.

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Registration for Woolf and the City, the 19th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf that will be held in New York City June 4 to 7, is now open, and conference organizers have planned some exciting events.

Some of the highlights, as posted so far, include:

Early bird registration has been extended to April 20, and online registration is open until May 8. Click here to register and get answers to frequently asked questions.

And if you are looking for three graduate credits, consider taking the summer class taught by Anne Fernald during the week of the conference. It’s called “Woolf: Modern Women and the City.”

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