DVDs

Take the performance home with the Split Britches DVD CollectionItems are available for individual sale or at the collection level.  DVDs can be purchased through our PayPal account (coming soon).

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Volume 1:  Split Britches, The True Story

Performed at the Shandol Theatre, New York City, 1984
Written and Performed by Deb Margolin, Peggy Shaw, and Lois Weaver
Conceived and directed by Lois Weaver
Workshop contributions by Naja Bey, Cathy Gollner and Pam Verge
Costume design by Cathy Gollner
Originally produced by Woman’s One World Festival, New York, 1980

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Volume 2:  Beauty and the Beast

Performed at WOW Café Theater, New York City, 1996
Written by Deb Margolin with additional text by Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver
Performed by Deb Margolin, Lois Weaver, and Peggy Shaw
Directed by Lois Weaver
Assisted by Alice Forrester and Maureen Angelos
Sets by Robin Epstein
Originally produced at University of the Streets, New York, 1982

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Volume 3:  Upwardly Mobile Home

Performed at WOW Café Theater, New York City, 1986
Written and Performed by Deb Margolin, Peggy Shaw, and Lois Weaver
Directed by Lois Weaver
Choreography by Stormy Brandenburger
Sets by Susan Young
Sound design by Janee Pipik
Originally produced at WOW Café Theatre, New York City, 1984

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Volume 4:  Belle Reprieve

Performed at La Mama, New York City, 1991
Written and Performed by Bette Bourne, Paul Shaw, Peggy Shaw, and Lois Weaver
Directed by Lois Weaver
Music composed by Laka Daisical and Phil Booth
Costumes by Susan Young
Sets by Matthew Owen and Nancy Bardowil
Originally produced by the Drill Hall Arts Centre, London in association with La Mama, New York City, 1991

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Volume 5:  Dress Suits to Hire

Performed at Exile, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1993
Written by Holly Hughes in collaboration with Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw
Performed by Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver
Directed by Lois Weaver
Choreography by Stormy Brandenburger
Costumes by Susan Young
Sets and lighting by Joni Wong
Originally produced for the Velseka Festival, PS122, New York City 1987

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Volume 6:  Lesbians Who Kill

Performed at Exile, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1993
Written by Deb Margolin with Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw
Performed by Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw
Directed by Lois Weaver
Choreography by Stormy Brandenburger
Music and Sound design by Laka Daisical
Costumes by Susan Young
Sets by Nancy Bardowil
Originally produced at The Club at La Mama, New York City, 1992

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Volume 7:  Lust and Comfort

Performed at La Mama, New York City, 1996
Written by James Neale-Kennerly, Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw
Performed by Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver
Directed by James Neale-Kennerly
Choreography by Stormy Brandenburger
Music and Sound design by Laka Daisical
Set and Costumes by Annabel Lee
Originally produced by Gay Sweatshop in association with Split Britches, London, 1994 and by The Club at La Mama in association with Split Britches, New York, 1995

One Response to DVDs

  1. Sorrel Hays says:

    SOooo great to see these available- What good memories of your performances in NYC! Marilyn and I now live in Georgia near Atlanta- sorta- in the western woods, Marilyn still audio engineering, I still writing operas, latest about Bella Abzug and friends/enemies…..
    Much love from your admirers, Sorrel Hays and Marilyn Ries

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