… is Linda Cleary. She invites you to explore her work here: https://dayoftheartist.com/
The press has a few things to say about Those Women:
"Shakespeare would have been proud to see his work take on new life in MARGARET OF ANJOU," says The Daily Californian.
Lily Janiak of the San Francisco Chronicle profiles Artistic Director Libby Vega: "“There can be a tendency to say, ‘If their stories were interesting, we would know them already.’” But, Vega continues, “just because the story’s not being told doesn’t mean the story’s not there.'"
About MARGARET OF ANJOU, Sam Hurwitt of The Mercury News writes: "the experiment of creating the illusion of a Shakespeare play all about Margaret is a success."
Berkeleyside features Those Women Productions: "Carol Lashof and Libby Vega aren’t ashamed to reveal their infatuations with the “dead white guys” who populate the Western Canon."
BEST OF THE EAST BAY: On the occasion of our first birthday in 2015, The East Bay Express named us "Best Year-Old Theater Company."
Theater critic Sam Hurwitt described our production of IN PLAIN SIGHT as "a provocative mix of voices and perspectives on these classic tales that may inspire the viewer to look back at the originals with new eyes."
The Dramatist Magazine lauds Those Women for joining the fight for gender parity, "turn[ing] patriarchy on its ear."
Our production of DISCLOSURE was highlighted in the San Francisco Chronicle's feature on the "hot SF scene" at PianoFight.
About our inaugural production in 2014, the Daily Californian wrote: "JUST DESERTS is offering something surprisingly new, and drawing a new audience. It is absolutely worth seeing, with or without a grasp of Greek mythology. This play works on multiple levels, and satisfies as diverse an audience as it attracts."
JUST DESERTS was also an Editor’s Pick of Theatre Bay Area Magazine, where critic Lily Janiak wrote, "Lashof ingeniously channels both what many treasure about Greek mythology–its pitting of evenly matched foes in debates that dig deeper and deeper as combatants seem to be going in circles–while also skewering its misogyny."