Three new military nurses are dropped into a war zone and thrown into action with the rest of their team. In a world where soldiers are sticks and blood is wine, they confront the parts of the job they didn’t sign up for. Full of movement, songs, drills, red carpet interviews, and magical healing through sexual pleasure, NURSE SLUTS is an inventive play about women at war.
Written by Shelby Green and Julia Greer.
A rehearsed workshop directed by Emma Miller.
Developed by The Hearth.
This show is playing as part of Lady Fest in a split event with A LADY DOES NOT SCRATCH HER CROTCH.
About the Artists
Shelby Green is an actor and writer. Acting credits include For Annie (The Hearth), Failure: A Love Story (Illinois Shakespeare Festival), The Ocean Thought Nothing (Team Awesome Robot), Macbeth, The Arabian Nights, Icarus and Aria, And Baby Makes Seven (Kenyon College). She has assisted at the Goodman Theatre on Feathers and Teeth, Smokefall and 2666; and at the Ojai Playwrights Conference on Permission. Shelby is an alumna of Kenyon College and the National Theater Institute.
Julia Greer is an actor, writer and producer. Recent acting credits include: For Annie (The Hearth); Gaming and Crying... (Dixon Place); Ryan & Alice (Cincinnati Fringe/KNOW Theatre); Tutus (Black Coffee), Summer and Smoke, Gidion's Knot, The Ballad of Bonnie Prince Chucky, The Bacchae, Noises Off (Kenyon College.) Her short plays have been produced by StageFemmes. She is Co-Artistic Director of the Hearth and most recently was the script assistant for Indecent on Broadway.
Emma Miller is a director, producer, and educator. Recent directing credits include: For Annie (The Hearth); CARE, BALLGIRL, and TIME AWAY (Park Plays at Queens Theatre); Gaming and Crying... (Dixon Place); Dry Land and Post Grad: A New Musical (StageFemmes); Ryan & Alice (Cincinnati Fringe/KNOW Theatre); and Summer and Smoke, Gidion's Knot, A Steady Rain, Boeing Boeing, and Arsenic and Old Lace (Kenyon College.) Emma has directed educational theater at Playmakers Youth Theater and Notre Dame College, and has assisted at Dobama Theater, Notre Dame College, Kenyon College, the Kenyon Playwrights Conference, and Queens Theatre. She is Co-Artistic Director of the Hearth and completed the Fellowship program at Playwrights Horizons. Emma is an alumna of Kenyon College and the National Theater Institute - Advanced Directing.
This show is being produced as part of The Tank's annual LadyFest 2017!
For more information about LadyFest 2017, click here.