Blanche Stuart Scott

Written by: Kristen Ritter

Directed by: Kalli Randall

Premiering at the SheNYC Arts Theater Festival in Los Angeles July 19 & 21, 2024 at the Zephyr Theater in West Hollywood.

A local fundraiser run of the show will take place in Anchorage, Alaska June 28-30, 2024.

Blanche Stuart Scott

Daredevil. Aviator. Adventurer.

The Show

It’s 1910 and the future is now! Blanche Stuart Scott decides she must become one of the first women to drive across the entire country, and nothing — not outlaws, not girl scouts, not even Gertie, her cynical reporter companion for the journey — will prevent her from going down in the history books. But when the women pick up a mysterious third passenger, will they be able to get the Model 38 Overland across the finish line? A historical-ish comedy about the literal lengths women must go to be recognized in their time.

The Festival

SheNYC Arts is a femme-led nonprofit organization fighting for gender equity in the arts & entertainment industry across the United States. Each summer, they produce the SheLA Theater Festival in Los Angeles. This year, out of a pool of over 450 submissions, Blanche Stuart Scott was one of the five chosen plays to participate in the festival.

The Team

We are delighted to be bringing an all-Alaskan team of artists to the festival. Learn about the people involved here.

The Anchorage Run

There will be a short fundraiser run of the show in Anchorage on June 28, 29 & 30th. For performance times and tickets, you can go here.

The Festival Run | Los Angeles

Blanche Stuart Scott will have two performances in Los Angeles: July 19 at 7:30pm & July 21 at noon. All shows will take place at the Zephyr Theater in West Hollywoood.

Tickets for the festival shows will go on sale June 3, 2024 on the official SheNYC Arts website.

Thank You!

SheNYC Arts

Cyrano’s Theater Company

ACT

Ghost Light Productions

Natasha Price

Seth Eggleston

Savannah Haines

Dave Syren

Marianne Robinson

“The great big world was out there and there were things to be done that were a damn sight more important than who trumped Charlie’s ace or who fell into the punch bowl at the country club.”

Blanche Stuart Scott

Can’t make it to any of the in-person performances, but still want to support the show?

You can make a donation to the team here.