â??Women playwrights have found their voices and dare to tell their stories; they are insisting that their stories matterâ?¦â?? â??from the introduction
I, Claudia by Kristen Thomson
Claudia is still reeling from her parentsâ?? divorce. Her father is getting re-married, she has a science fair project coming due, and she is in the physical and emotional throes of puberty. Discover how she copes with help from some unlikely sources.
Dying to be Thin by Linda Carson
A witty and inspirational look behind locked doors into the secret life of a young teenager battling with the eating disorder bulimia.
Je me souviens by Lorena Gale
In this powerful dramatic monologue, Lorena Gale remembers by reconstructing her childhood and coming of age as an African-American woman in Montreal.
Alien Creature by Linda Griffiths
Gwendolyn MacEwen returns to a modern world. On this night, she is torn apart by her magic, made invincible by her magic. Revealed as drunk, lover, poet and magician, Gwendolyn MacEwen rises to inspire and incite us.
Getting it Straight by Sharon Pollock
Speaking from a place where sanity and insanity are shuffles like a deck of cards, Sharon Pollockâ??s Eme is determined to play her hand.
Angela Rebeiro was the publisher at Playwrights Canada Press for sixteen years, and for ten of those years she was also the executive director of the Playwrights Union of Canada, now the Playwrights Guild of Canada. She currently sits on the board of Theatre Ontario.