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The festival where being a female playwright isn't a rarity

Clip: 02/05/2018 | 8m 41s

The Women’s Voices Theater Festival, which produces works written entirely by women, opened in Washington last month. Jeffrey Brown sits down with three of the featured playwrights to discuss why they believe festivals like this are meaningful, the #MeToo movement, and the unique perspective female playwrights can bring to the stage.

Aired: 02/05/18

Rating: NR

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