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CODE OF CARE

PWTF is a women’s theatre festival and we are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion by embracing all people and viewpoints. PWTF proudly supports women and femme artists of all colors and backgrounds, inclusive of our BIPOC, non-binary, and trans community members.  We are creating a safe space to amplify marginalized voices and are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. 

 

We ask you, our audience, to support our organizational values.  Join us in celebrating our differences by creating a safe environment free of discrimination based on age, race, sexual orientation, gender, religion, or disability.

 

We encourage you to:

  • Join us in stating your pronouns. For further information:  Learn More

 

  • Ask questions of the playwright, director, actors and PWTF team about the work during talk-back discussions. We welcome questions regarding the artistic and development process, the actor experience, the director’s vision, characters/plot/themes, the playwriting process, and the Zoom theatre experience.

 

PWTF does not tolerate hate speech.  Also, please refrain from asking personal questions, or making comments about participants.  Please understand that PWTF reserves the right to remove anyone who violates our code of care.

PARTNERS

 

Ripples in the Pond Productions, Parent Artists Advocacy League (PAAL), Beacon Theatre Productions, Arden Theatre Company, Jouska PlayWorks, Tribe 12

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The Philadelphia Women's Festival is inclusive of all woman/femme-identifying and gender fluid, as well as trans/queer artists who may not identify with term "woman"

SPONSORS
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Philadelphia Women's Theatre Company is honored to be a Philadelphia Cultural Fund 2020 Art & Culture Grantee. This grant allows us to further our creative work for the good of our community and for all Philadelphians. We extend our deepest thanks.