April Town Hall

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April Town Hall

Join us for our monthly town hall to meet, share space, and exchange ideas with other gender parity advocates!

By The National Women's Theatre Festival

When and where

Date and time

Wednesday, April 12 · 4 - 5:30pm PDT



Refund Policy

Contact the organizer to request a refund.
Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket


On the first Wednesday of each month, the National Women's Theatre Festival hosts a town hall meeting where we can gather in community as gender parity advocates to ask questions, share resources, and offer support to each other.

(NOTE: The March Town Hall has been moved to the second Wednesday of this month due to National WTF attending SETC!)

Town halls will take place from 7:00–8:15 p.m . ET (GMT-4).

We can't wait to see you!


Town halls are free events but we do ask that you register ahead of time. You also have the option to become an NWTF member via our Patreon—for as little as $1/month, you can support NWTF and get an automatic invitation (& Zoom link!) to the monthly town halls.


While town halls are free events, WTF gratefully accepts donations. We do not turn anyone away from WTF events due to lack of funds and we offer pay-what-you-can tickets to our programming. Your financial support goes directly to helping others access and participate in WTF's work and the gender parity movement. Thank you.


WTF invites and welcomes participants of all abilities. Contact us to discuss any access needs or to request accommodations.


We know plans change. If you can't make it, we understand! Since this is a free event, there's no need to take any action unless you just want to reach out and say hey :)

CONTACT (needs updating):

Please contact kyra@womenstheatrefestival.com for accommodations, questions, or concerns.

See you soon!

About the organizer

The National Women's Theatre Festival (WTF) is a group of artists who seek to address gender parity, diversity, & inclusion in the theatre community. While we began as a women specific group of creators, we have realized and recognized that in order to truly work for and achieve gender parity, we must be committed to representing all historically excluded genders. Our name reflects our original intent, but we are committed to more than just cis women. We are committed to any theatre artist who does not feel their gender has been equitably represented either on stage or off in a traditional theatre space. We welcome you, we want to hear your story, and we want to see you on our stage.