Jennie Webb

Playwright; co-founder, Los Angeles Female Playwrights Initiative

Playwright and co-founder of Los Angeles Female Playwrights Initiative

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Theater is beginning to return after almost a two-year hiatus, but female playwrights are feeling like they are getting the short end of the stick.

Female playwrights say leadership must change for theater to be more diverse and representative

Theater is beginning to return after almost a two-year hiatus, but female playwrights are feeling like they are getting the short end of the stick.

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