LESBIAN Thespians

It's time to tell OUR stories on stage!

The LESBIAN Thespians, a new theater company for women who love women, is just getting off the ground in conjunction with The Foundry Theater, Plays of Wilton, Inc. and Ronnie Larsen Presents! We have a lot of ideas for shows and events and we are looking for like-minded lesbians who want to get involved in all aspects of community theater from performers to stagehands!

Coming Up

Lesbian Monthly Open House

October 11th - 6pm-9pm

The Lesbian Thespians Open House at our new location, the Wilton Collective, was a huge success! We had a wonderful time and the venue is great! Lots of things to look at, a fun group of women, great food and drinks, and charming hosts!

Remember, it's FREE with lots of FREE PARKING. The best Monday night in town!

Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

The Wilton Collective is located at:

2365 Wilton Drive 

Wilton Manors, FL 33305

(954) 594-3473

This is a free, women only event,

but you must register to attend.

THE LESBIAN THESPIANS PRESENT:
A WOMEN-ONLY HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARTY!

Covid precautions will be observed.

GRAB YOUR COSTUMES!
YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS!

This is going to be so much fun!
There will be food by Apt9F, a magic show, lots of great prizes, and spooky entertainment!

You don’t want to miss this!

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!

October 30, 2021 7:00 PM

At the Foundry Theater

FREE!

TRET FURE

Nov 12th & 13th

at the Foundry

Advanced Ticket sales!

These shows will sell out fast!

Tret Fure has released 17 albums and CDs over the course of her 50 year career.  In the early 80s, Tret discovered the blossoming genre known as Women's Music. She recorded with and produced some of the best of women's music, including the legendary "Meg & Cris at Carnegie Hall" (1983). She worked as a duo with Cris Williamson throughout the 90s, producing, engineering and releasing 3 CDs together. 


Now after 9 acoustic releases on her own label, Tomboy girl Records, she has re-established herself in the folk world, winning the South Florida Folk Festival Singer/Songwriter Competition in 2 out of 3 categories, Best Overall and Best Up-Tempo Song, as well as, the prestigious Jane Schliessman Award for Outstanding Contributions to Women's Music.  Her acclaimed solo releases include "Tret Fure" (1973), "Terminal Hold" (1984), "Edges of the Heart" (1986), "Time Turns the Moon" (1990), "Back Home" (2001), which took both album of the year and single of the year awards for 2001 from OutVoice Top 40, "My Shoes" (2003) in which Sing Out! Magazine says "…This album soars...She has never sounded better..., "Anytime Anywhere" (2005) and "True Compass" (2007) both beautiful collections of songs of love and passion, "The Horizon" (2010), "A Piece of the Sky" (2013) and "Rembrandt Afternoons" (2015) which was chosen by the acclaimed folk music show 'Midnight Special' as their album of the week. Her song "Freedom" has been arranged for chorale groups and is being performed widely around the country. "Roses in November" (2018) was on the Folk DJ charts for 8 months. Her song "Lessons from Home Plate" was the #1 song in the month of June.

 

In January of 2020, Tret released a stunning collection of songs on her latest album, “Stone by Stone” (2020). This album is proving to be her most mature and deeply moving CD to date. The title song is an autobiographical look at love through the lens of time. Tret will be presenting material from the new CD along with other favorites. Her stories and songs are not to be missed!


Fure also markets of her own line of clothing named after her popular song "Tomboy girl". In addition, Tret teaches guitar and songwriting, individually, and in workshop settings. She paints pet portraits on commission, and as an accomplished cook, Fure has also published a cookbook, "Tret's Kitchen", featuring her own recipes.

Nov 12th & 13th

at the Foundry

Advanced Ticket Sales going on now!

General Admission $30 - Front Row $35 

VIP after-party tickets an additional $10

Christmas this year!

Put a

in your

We just booked our POW! Christmas Party at Bona Italian Restaurant! Dec. 20th. 6pm-10pm. Mrs. Claus aka Jennifer McClain will be doing a few songs from 6pm-7pm and you can sit on Naughty Santa's lap all night. Gonna be a great night with celebrity waiters, sexy elves and stay tuned for more entertainment to be announced! A percentage of every meal purchase goes toward Plays Of Wilton so bring your appetite. Thank you, Glen Weinzimer and Bona for all you do for our community! Can't wait! Mark your calendars! Also anytime you eat at Bona just say POW or The Foundry and 10 percent of your check goes to POW! Anytime. I'm eating there tonight at 6:00pm and I'm looking forward to saying POW!

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Call Bona for reservations

954-565-7222

TO BE ANNOUNCED:

Play Readings

Poetry Readings

Magic Show

Art Exhibits

And more theater (of course)

 

Please Stay Tuned!!!

If you are interested in being a part of our “troupe” we welcome all talents and skill levels, as well as event assistants, volunteers, and supporters! Send us an email to get started:
lesbiantheater@gmail.com

 

Lesbian Thespians would also love to have FINANCIAL supporters, so we can keep the theater open and accessible to ALL lesbians.  Financial Supporters will be recognized at each event!

We are associated with Plays of Wilton (POW), Inc., a nonprofit theater arts organization. So, all financial assistance is tax deductible.

Past Events

Back by popular demand

Les Stories

August 13th

This special event is a celebration of lesbian stories as told by women from the lesbian community of South Florida. You'll hear a variety of stories covering a variety of topics told by a variety of diverse and fascinating women.

This event is open to all!

An Exotic Evening with Jade!

 One night only!

August 14th at the Foundry

7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

For women only!  Jade is a pole dancer and she has promised to incorporate some of “our favorite tunes” into her act.  You don’t want to miss this!

Tickets are $25.00 for front row!

General admission is $20.00.

Join us for a Play Reading

Brides of the Moon

by Five Lesbian Brothers

In short, LESBIANS in space.  Join us for this sexy, campy, comedy as we go flying through the galaxy!

 

We are trying out this play for a possible future production.  Come and give us feedback on taking this play all the way to the stage!

A women only event

August 23rd 7pm-9pm

at the Foundry