Female Pirate Adventure Wet, or Isabella the Pirate Queen Enters the Horse Latitudes
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Female pirates, sailors, and a drag queen; knife fights and blank verse; danger, love and really bad weather — seven souls find themselves without wind or current on a slowly sinking ship in Wet, or Isabella the Pirate Queen Enters the Horse Latitudes by Liz Duffy Adams. This theatrical romantic adventure on the high seas is a liquid narrative on the notion of freedom. The play uses inventive language and sharp humor to put a new spin on the popular pirate theme, and examines a war-torn world in an unknown time, which is sure to give insight into our own.
The cast of seven actors includes Laurence Brown, Thomas Deák, Jo Anne Glover, Liv Kellgren, Don Loper, Jennifer Eve Thorn and Chris Walsh.
Liz Duffy Adams (Playwright): New Dramatists Resident Playwright. Plays include _Neon Mirage, _a six-playwright anthology play commissioned for Humana Festival 2006; Wet, or Isabella the Pirate Queen Enters the Horse Latitudes, workshopped in Summer Play Festival ‘04 on Theatre Row, Humana Festival Finalist 2006; Dog Act, produced by Shotgun Players in San Francisco and Berkeley, and by MoxieTheater in San Diego; workshopped at Bay Area Playwrights Festival and Portland Stage Company’s Little Festival of the Unexpected, Humana Festival Finalist 2005; One Big Lie, a music theater piece co-commissioned/produced by Crowded Fire and Playwrights Foundation in San Francisco; The Reckless Ruthless Brutal Charge of It (The Train Play), produced by Crowded Fire in San Francisco and Clubbed Thumb in New York; and A Wrinkle in Time, commissioned and produced by Syracuse Stage. Publications include Poodle with Guitar and Dark Glasses in Applause Book’s “Best American Short Plays 2000-2001” and Greeks & Centaurs in Smith & Kraus’ “Rowing to America and 16 Other Short Plays” and several plays with Playscripts, Inc; profiled in American Theatre magazine December 2004. Women’s Project & Productions Playwright’s Lab alumni; New Georges’ affiliated artist; graduate of NYU’s Experimental Theater Lab and Yale School of Drama.
Delicia Turner Sonnenberg (Director; Artistic Director Moxie Theatre): Delicia is a director and producer. She was twice a recipient of the Van Lier Directing Fellowship, which offers fellowships to emerging minority directors, through Second Stage Theatre in New York, an Off-Broadway institution dedicated to developing plays, artists and audiences. As a Van Lier fellow, she assisted Marshall Mason on the world premiere of Lanford Wilson’s Sympathetic Magic. As a part of the New York Drama League’s Directors Program, Delicia spent the summer in Ithaca, New York where she served as co-artistic director of the Hangar Theater’s Lab Company. She directed three plays, which included one original script by a resident playwright and an adaptation of African folktales. Delicia has directed for theatres in NY, TX and CA. Her acclaimed productions in San Diego include Miss Witherspoon for San Diego Rep. _Intimate Apparel _for San Diego Rep., _Dog Act _( w/Jennifer Eve Kraus) for Moxie Theatre; _Gibson Girl _for Moxie Theatre; Pulp (w/Jason Southerland) for Moxie Theatre; Antigone for 6th @ Penn; _The Haunting of Jim Crow _for UCSD, _Fit to Be Tied _(Patte award) for Diversionary Theatre; Kimberly Akimbo (“Billie” award, Patte award, SD Critics Circle award) and Children of Heracles for 6th @ Penn; Othello for Women’s REP (“Billie” award); _Proof _(w/Sam Woodhouse) for San Diego REP; Taming of the Shrew for Eveoke Dance Theatre; the Fritz Blitz of New Plays and many productions for the Playwrights Project. Delicia worked as the Artistic Associate of San Diego REPertory Theatre as a part of the Theatre Communications Group’s New Generations Program: Mentoring Leaders of Tomorrow.