About Play Club
A book club – but plays! Join Long Wharf Theatre’s Artistic Associates Cheyenne Barboza & Kate Moore Heaney, along with guest artists, as we discuss a featured play each month. Play Club scripts dive into Long Wharf Theatre’s archive as well as provide a glimpse into its future. Come join this virtual discussion with fellow LWT theatre lovers from the comfort of your own home!
We are delighted to announce that Play Club, where Members and our artistic team discuss the plays close to our heart, will be held on Wednesday, November 9 at 7:00 PM EST. Registration opens on Friday, October 28.
About the Play
Zoila has had her entire life planned and laid out for her by her family, and society. She finds herself at a crossroads when she falls in love with a friend from the past. When tragedy hits, she decides to risk it all. Leaving everything behind, she meets two ancestral figures and together they embark on a journey that makes Zoila question everything she was ever taught.
This is an exclusive member event. Not a member? Become one today!
Registration for this members-only opportunity opens on Friday, October 28 at 10:00 AM EDT. If you know someone who may be interested, please invite them to become a member and join the club. Space is limited, but we’ll send a friendly reminder to register once registration is live.
About the Playwright
Guadalís Del Carmenshe/her/ella Playwright
Guadalís Del Carmen is a playwright and screenwriter from Chicago, with a home base in NYC. She’s an Ars Nova Resident Artist, Founder and Co-Artistic Director of the Latinx Playwrights Circle NYC, and a 2020 Steinberg Playwriting Award recipient. Her plays include Bees & Honey (The Kilroys List 2019, MCC Theater/The SOL Project 2023), Not For Sale (UrbanTheater Company, Joseph Jefferson Award New Play Nominee 2019), My Father’s Keeper (part of Steppenwolf Theatre’s The Mix, The Kilroys Honorable Mention 2019), Daughters of the Rebellion (Montclair State University 2019, The Kilroys Honorable Mention 2017, 50Playwrights Project Best Unproduced Latinx Plays 2017), A Shero’s Journey or What Anacaona and Yemayá Taught Me (Yale Magazine 2019, The Parsnip Ship Podcast Season 4), Blowout (Aguijón Theater 2013). She was a Co-Producer of Atlantic Theater Company’s African Caribbean MixFest 2021. She’s worked on projects at FX, HBO, and Amazon. She has performed as an actor in Chicago, NYC, and St. Louis