The Big Shout Out is our occasional call for entries for new work submissions, traditionally full-length plays by women.
A Big Shout Out Special Project
Echo Theatre expresses our humble appreciation and profound respect to all the exquisite voices who contributed to 2019's Big Shout Out project #writenow. We encourage you all to continue raising your voices to shed light both on the injustices as well as the beauty you see in the world.
In the spirit of the #metoo and #timesup movements, Echo Theatre has created a compelling new work distilled from diverse female stories.
A frank, unexpected take on sexual harassment.
(Trigger Warning: Acts against women.)
Raw. True. Impactful.
Voices of #MeToo
An Echo Theatre Original.
Congratulations to the Writers of the Winning Monologues.
#MeToo - Song and music video by Germaine Shames
#NotMe by Gwen K. Adams
5th Grade by Tristan Young Mercado
Come Here by Christy Brothers
Easter Sunday by Jill Brady
I Thank My Lucky Stars by Mara Dresner
Meeting Myself by Christine Emmert
Moonflower's Story by Isabella Russell-Ides
Oxygen Thief by Emily Hageman
She Said by Donna Latham
Since I Was 12 by Lesley Moreau
Two Girls by Allie Costa
Walking Home by Marj O'Neill-Butler
The Woman in the Black Body by Aadrise Johnson
We are pleased to recognize our Finalist Honorees:
#maybe by Anonymous
Angela by Amy Tofte
Antagonist by Elizabeth Suzanne
Ball and Chain by D. Lee Miller
The Caretaker by Julia Pascal
Fenix by Diana Burbano
The Flower Farthest from the Path by Amy Oestreicher
Happy Ending by Lucy Wang
Here I Am by Bethany Burnside
I Don't Have To Think About It by Donna Kaz
I'll Tell You a Story by Amy Oestreicher
Just a Kid by Marla Porter
La Chingada by Elizabeth Isela Szekeresh
My Me Too by Sandra de Helen
Pussy Grabber by Gina Femia
The Stories We Tell Ourselves by Lindsay Hayward
The Troy of Helen by Elizabeth M. Kelly
Vilmar, It Was Me by Margie Pignataro
The Writer by Katherine Burkman