Show Us Your Monologues

Show Us Your Monologues – Queen Robinson

Queen Robinson“Show Us Her Monologue” from Ten Things I Hate About You!

Excellent!

Send us YOUR monologues by 5/31/2020 – inclusivetheaterofwny@gmail.com!

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Saturday Series

Saturday Series Archive – Open Mic

Inclusive Theater of WNY Saturday Series: Inclusion in the Arts -Wk 9 – Open Mic Night

We are a talented group! Join Aimee, Dallas, Cat, Alex, Avery, Heather, Patty, Queen, Jessica, and David as we show you our stuff!

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Show Us Your Monologues

Show Us Your Monologues – Erin Bellavia

Next up in the 2020 “Show Us Your Monologues” Contest is Erin Bellavia who performs Sally telling Harry about her breakup, from When Harry Met Sally. Nice work, Erin!

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Haven’t entered yet? You have five (5) more days! Contest ends on 5/31/2020! Send your submissions to inclusivetheaterofwny@gmail.com!

Saturday Series

Saturday Series – Open Mic

This week’s ITOWNY Special Series event is an Open Mic! Join us at 8pm EDT on Saturday (5/23) for your time to shine! Bring your favorite monologue, poem, rap, song – whatever makes you happy and that you are willing to share!

All performance slots first come, first served Hope to see you then!!

Show Us Your Monologues

Show Us Your Monologues – Jennifer Weber

And now the next submission for the “Show Us Your Monologues” Contest! – Jennifer Weber gives us an amazing monologue – Poor Unfortunate Souls from the Little Mermaid!

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Haven’t submitted your monologue yet? There’s still time! And you could win fifty bucks!

Email your submission to inclusivetheaterofwny@gmail.com!

Saturday Series

Saturday Series Archive – ITOWNY Actors

Hot off the presses! Week 8 of our series on Inclusion in the Arts in the books!! It was super cool to interview ITOWNY actors to see what they thought about performing a play via Zoom and how it is different than staged performances. And we talked about other stuff, too!

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