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More than 50 of the region’s professional theaters have joined together this season to highlight a range of work created by women. The idea was born after seven artistic directors — six of them men — decided a festival could bring attention to the gender disparity in plays produced. We speak with one of the artistic directors, a playwright, and a participating theater director about the festival.
- Howard Shalwitz Artistic Director, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
- Maggie Boland Managing Director, Signature Theater
- Liz Maestri Playwright
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