Ep. 73: Carrie Knowles Gets Arthurian with LADIES ARE WAITING

This week Burning Coal Theatre presents The 19th Amendment Project, a collection of short plays written by some of the most accomplished women and/or non-binary playwrights working today, writing on the passage of the 19th Amendment 100 years ago and its ongoing impact. The League of Women Voters of Wake County is co-producing this project, along with North Carolina Theatre, which is co-producing Carrie Knowles’ piece Ladies Are Waiting, and 11 other Triangle area theaters.

For more information on The 19th Amendment Project, visit https://burningcoal.org/the-19th-ladies-are-waiting/.

For more information on North Carolina Theatre, visit https://nctheatre.com/.

About the Guest

Carrie Knowles has published four novels, (Lillian’s GardenAshoan’s RugA Garden Wall in Provence, and The Inevitable Past), a collection of short fiction (Black Tie Optional) a memoir (The Last Childhood), and a writing workbook (A Self-Guided Workbook and Gentle Tour on Learning How to Write). She writes a regular personal perspectives column for Psychology Today: Shifting Forward. She was the 2014 North Carolina Piedmont Laureate in Short Fiction. https://www.cjanework.com/

Hear what the other 19th Amendment Project playwrights have to say about the collective of work.

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