Generation Women is a multigenerational storytelling series that invites a woman or non-binary performer in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s+ to share an original true story on a theme. Our diverse line-ups will make you laugh, cry, and reflect on the cycle of life. The mission of Generation Women is to amplify underhand voices, and create space for intergenerational connection and community.
Doors 6:30 PM, show 7:00 PM.
Tickets $30 in advance, $35 at the door, $10 livestream.
No outside food or drink is allowed.
As we re-open we're doing everything we can to keep our audience, performers, and staff safe and are complying with all Covid regulations.
As part of this, all attendees must present proof of full vaccination to enter. Proof can be via the New York State Excelsior pass, a physical copy of the CDC card, a photo of your CDC card, or other electronic record of vaccination includes name and date (e.g., some chain pharmacies have an app with this information). In all cases the name must match that on your photo ID.
Our full Covid policies can be found here.
Tickets may be refunded up to 24 hours before the event. Within 24 hours we may take exchanges for other events at our discretion. No refunds after the event.
Team 20s: Neeta Thadani (she/they) is a queer Desi-American actor, activist, writer, director, comedian, podcaster, and producer for theatre and film. They currently host the pop culture commentary podcast, Bitch, Why? and just wrapped a horror short film in association with the Nine Muses Production Lab.
Team 30s: Molly Gaebe is a comedian, improviser, and person-in-therapy. She is a writer with Abortion Access Front, a reproductive rights organization that uses comedy to expose anti-choice extremists. Molly has been a practicing abortion doula for over ten years and is a proud geriatric millennial on TikTok.
Team 40s: Susan Kent is a Deep South refugee who made it to NYC where she now writes, performs and produces storytelling shows. Her work can be heard on Snap Judgment, RISK!, The Moth, and loads of her friends’ podcasts. She hosted Tell It: Brooklyn, curated for The Tank theater, and founded The Dead Parents Club storytelling series and festival.
Team 50s: Crystal D. Mayo is a writer, actress, educator and mentor for Girls Write Now. Her memoirs, Teaching You a Lesson and The Evolution of Hip Hop, as well as other writing, has been published in African Voices, Our Voices, Our Stories, The Connecticut Literary Anthology, and The Bronx Memoir Project. Crystal has appeared in numerous productions and has toured with Angry Jellow Bubbles.
Team 60s: Navida Stein is a storyteller, actress, musician and writer. She lives in Hell’s Kitchen with her husband in a 310 square foot studio along with a piano, a violin, lots of rhythm instruments, art supplies and yoga props.
Team 70s: Maryjane Fahey is a content and creative director and published author contributing to AARP’s Disrupt Aging, Huffington Post, Next Avenue and co-author of Dumped. Creator of Glorious Broads, she celebrates passionate, gutsy, unconventional women over 50, and is constantly renewing, reinventing and speaking out about what it means to stay relevant.
Hosted by Georgia Clark, author of It Had To Be You, and others.