Ep. 62: Debunking the Myth of ‘Little Women’ with Playwright June Guralnick
June Guralnick spent the last two years working on her 15th play LITTLE WOMEN. However, her premiere staged reading was thwarted by COVID-19. Hear what she has to say about the play, the state of playwrighting in North Carolina, and gender parity in the theater industry.
About the Guest
June Guralnick is an award-winning playwright. For four decades, she's created plays, performance projects, and multi-media installations, as well as directing new works, classic plays, and developing community cultural programs. Her works have been performed at venues including the Kennedy Center (Washington, D.C.), Abrons Arts Center/Henry Street Settlement Theatre (N.Y.), Spirit Square (N.C.), Equity Library Theatre (N.Y.), Popular Theatre (Cal.), Burning Coal Theatre (N.C.), Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre (N.C.), AS220 (R.I.), North Carolina Museum of Art – and beamed to the Space Station. Visit https://juneguralnick.com/ for more information.