Jean Koppen’s play Got a Light? was named a finalist for 2019 City Theatre National Award for Short Playwriting.
Jean was also recently featured on an episode of Inkubator On Air's podcast. In the podcast, Jean is interviewed about playwriting and her process and actors read and discuss the first 10 minutes of Jean's play Unfocused (from Pipeline Playwrights' 2018 reading series).
Ann Timmons’ one-act Sally Has Issues will be presented in New York City as part of the New Short Play Festival, October 22-27.
Ann Timmons’ play It’s My Party! will have a participatory reading at the Rye Meeting House (9624 Milton Road, Rye, New York) on November 17th from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. This event is sponsored by the Wellesley-in-Westchester Club. For more details and to RSVP, contact Kelly Germa at email@example.com.
It’s My Party! had two reading in June: June 24th in Washington, D.C. at the Corcoran School of Art And Design, George Washington University, and June 8th at Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA.
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New! Adamson's 1969 in Audiobook Format
Nicole Burton's novel about the Sixties, Adamson's 1969, is now available in audiobook at Amazon.com, Audible.com, Kobo.com, and many library formats including Overdrive. If your local public library doesn't carry Adamson's 1969 on audiobook, please ask them to order it.
Nicole Burton’s new novel Adamson’s 1969 was featured in a series of author events and book signings in Bethany Bench and Baltimore throughout the month of June.
And Adamson's 1969 was awarded an Honorable Mention in the 2019 Eric Hoffer Book Awards under the General Fiction category.
How’s That Workin’ Out For Ya? 2.0
Capital Fringe Festival
How's That Workin' Out For Ya? 2.0 by Crystal Adaway, Nicole Burton, Patricia Connelly, Jean Koppen, and Ann Timmons
Capital Fringe review: How’s That Workin’ Out for Ya? 2.0
DC Theatre Scene
July 12, 2019 by Meaghan Hannan Davant
In case you haven’t heard, the future is female—and fiercely funny. At least as told by the Pipeline Playwrights—a collective of sharp-tongued women playwrights from NoVa, each presenting one of five original comedies at this year’s Capital Fringe festival.
If you come to the festival in search of new voices, and up-to-the-minute political theater, HTWOFY 2.0 is the speed-dating theatergoing of your dreams. Each back-to-back play, performed by the same cast of four actors, runs fewer than 15 minutes and centers on a common theme: the “sh*tnado” that has struck our nation’s capital at the hands of the big boys of the Beltway (Trump, Kavanaugh & Bezos to name a few) and how we D.C. dwellers are coping (or not).
How’s That Workin’ Out For Ya?
Capital Fringe Festival
How's That Workin' Out For Ya?, by Nicole Burton, Patricia Connelly, Jean Koppen, and Ann Timmons
2018 Capital Fringe Review: How’s that Workin’ Out For Ya?
DC Metro Theatre Arts, July 19, 2018
by Ellie Milewski
Four intelligent and gifted female playwrights/directors, three bold female actors and their marvelous male partner in crime, and a wonderful crew, walk into Arena Stage to perform four completely unique stories in 75 minutes. You may ask them, how’s that workin’ out for ya? The answer is, extremely well. How’s That Workin’ Out For Ya? is the delicious first professional production by Pipeline Playwrights.
Review: How’s That Workin’ Out for Ya? at Capital Fringe
DC Theatre Scene, July 18, 2018
by Kelly Whealan George
Full disclosure, I like to go see a play without any advance research. If that is your style, stop reading now and just make your plans to see this play. But if you insist to know a little more, keep reading. How’s That Workin’ Out for Ya? is four subversive comedies by 4 playwrights with 4 actors: 3 women and 1 man. These are not subversive in an inflammatory way but more revolutionary, rebellious, and thought provoking.
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