CUPS is now licensed by The Theater League.
For royalty information contact them at www.theaterleague.com
Theater League venues and performers will soon be announced.
If you are interested in having Joni do the show contact her directly.
Dates are available throughout 2010.
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Red Hats National Event - September 26, 2009
Francisco Theater - La Veta, CO - Summer 2009
Canyon Moon Theatre - Sedona AZ - April 30th - May 17th, 2009
Denver Premiere - Modern Muse - 22nd & Stout - April, 2009
Tucson, Arizona, - March 28, 2009
Abbey Events Center, Canon City CO - April, 2009
Bas Bleu Theatre - Fort Collins, CO - March, 2009
New Zealand Tour –March 2009
MAT Encores - Jan - Feb 2009
Rocky Mtn Cancer Ctr Foundation - Nov 2008
Susan G Komen Foundation (CS) - Oct 2008
Zonta (CS) - Oct 2008
Liberty Heights, CO – Summer 2008
Womens Theater Festival - Manitou Art Theater, Manitou Springs, CO– April 2008
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ABOUT JONI SHERAM
Joni Sheram is an actor/playwright and currently the Playwright in Residence at Bas Bleu Theatre in Fort Collins, Colorado. Joni is working on a companion piece to CUPS, her play telling a woman’s story through the bras in her life. That play is called WHEELS and it recounts a man’s story through his wheels, be it a bicycle, car or just being a big wheel in the office. CUPS is in development as a movie. CUPS, Sheram’s most well known play originated as a short piece to complement a sculptor’s exhibit of breast pieces. When the artist went another direction Joni wrote the play. CUPS has been licensed by The Theater League and will open at professional venues around the country in 2010
Joni Sheram earned a degree in Theater Arts from Colorado State University. She worked with a murder mystery acting group for many years and her characters have become well known in the area. She, also, was a high school teacher for many years in many subjects including drama and geography. A playwright festival is being planned for the Bas Bleu Theatre and Sheram is involved in planning and development.
CUPS, Joni’s most well known play began as a live piece for an art exhibit sculptor Robert Henderson was planning to celebrate some of his breast pieces. When he decided to change directions Joni developed the piece into a full length play.
Contact Joni Sheram • firstname.lastname@example.org