March 2015


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The Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival
is proud to present
The 22nd Annual Festival
"Solo, But Not Alone"
Thursday, March 26 - Sunday, March 29, 2015

The Electric Lodge
1416 Electric Avenue
Venice, CA 90219


The Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival (LAWTF) marks 22 years of producing over 500 extraordinary multicultural and multidisciplinary solo performers from around the globe.


The longest-running Annual Solo Festival for women in Los Angeles, LAWTF will return March 26-29, 2015 to the Electric Lodge, located at 1416 Electric Ave., Venice, California 90219.


The theme for Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 8:00 p.m. is  

"GLOBALLY SPEAKING".  Entertainment for the evening will include:


Ingrid Griffith
"Demerara Gold"
playwright/actor, Ingrid Griffith

From the voice of a 7 year old in Guyana, this young girl is left in the clutches of her grandmothers when her parents suddenly get visas to America and leave their children behind.


Ingrid Griffth has appeared in classical and contemporary roles in theatres in and around New York City. Her favorite roles include Mama Nadi in "Ruined" by Lynn Nottage, Lena Baptiste in "Buckingham" by Tina Andrews, Mrs. Muller in "Doubt" by John Patrick Shanley, various  characters in "Vagina Monologues" by Eve Ensler, Hedda Gabler in "Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler" and Lady Reveller in "The Basset Table" by Susanna Centlivre.

Griffith is a member of Times Square Playwrights and American Renaissance Theatre Company. She has a Master's Degree in Creative Writing and graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in English.  

Griffith has written columns and articles on ftness and popular culture for newspapers and magazines for the Newark Star-Ledger, Essence Magazine and The Source, among others. A certified fitness professional for several years, she has traveled to Kenya and East Africa to run with elite women marathoners.

Griffith currently teaches Introduction to Theatre and Public Speaking in the Communication and Theatre Arts Department at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. For 4 years  in a row, she received the Research Mentoring Award from John Jay College. She attended St. Rose's for one year before getting her visa to America.


To see Ingrid Griffith's electric performance of "Demerara Gold" and other dynamic solo shows, please join us for the 22nd Annual Festival "Solo, But Not Alone" to be held at the Electric Lodge. 

For tickets and any additional information, please call LAWTF at (818) 760-0408 or visit our website at


We hope to see you there!