Cynthia L. Cooper

Selected Works

How She Played the Game (here) is a vibrant one-person play that tells the stories of six spirited women from sports history: 'inspirational' said Billie Jean King, 'makes you feel like praising,' the Village Voice.
What's Up
Women, Theatre, The Holocaust presented by Remember the Women Institute, at the Center for Jewish History, April 13 at 7 pm, NYC: Gretel Bergmann, excerpt from Silence Not a Love Story, panel**Olympic Dreams, April 11, 2015, 6:30 pm, Sheen Center, 18 Bleecker St, NYC, part of 365Women NY1**Olympic Dreams, March 26, Charlotte NC**Sor Juana, published, Indie Theater Now**March 4, 2015: On Writing Books Panel, New York Newswomen's Club**Walls, Julia's Reading Room, League of Professional Theatre Women, dir. by Melanie Sutherland**Second Sight The Drawing Board, NYC**Sentences and Words, Hampshire College, Nov. 9-11**The Outermost House, L.A., Nov 23 2014**Conversations with Creative Women,The Sandi Klein Show**Stones of Tiananmen July 2014 at HBO in NYC at HBO in NYC, TV Academy Play Reading Series** b>Entrepreneur Lunch Pail Theatre, Canada**What We Write When Not on Assignment,The SHED, Brooklyn**Silence Not, A Love Story, Primary Stages, Reading,**More Jewish Women You Should Know, The Anne Frank Center USA**State Secrets, New York Theater Workshop, Reading**Gretel Bergmann from "How She Played the Game," Anne Frank Center NYC**Prisoner Diary Project Museum of Tolerance-NY** Sor Juana Whittier, CA**Live Streaming, Words of Choice
MOCKERY OF JUSTICE (here). A search for the truth behind a woman's murder and the case that propels 'The Fugitive' to fame.
NEW WORLD COURT TO JUDGE GENDER-BASED WAR CRIMES (here) The new International Criminal Court is a step forward for women victims of war violence -- Women's Enews

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Read ONLINE with registration at New Play Exchange [http:/​/​newplayexchange.org]: SILENCE NOT, A LOVE STORY (producing script; full length); SECOND SIGHT (full-length); SLOW BURN (full length); HOW SHE PLAYED THE GAME(70 min. length); SENTENCES AND WORDS (short play).

Read on a separate ONLINE site (Permission required for performance uses):WORKS OF ART (short play, 2 w);SAVING GRACE (short play, one person) SENTENCES AND WORDS(short play, 2 w).



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