Victoria Pettibone and Sasha Eden: Dramatic Opportunists
Women writers, directors, and producers are grossly underrepresented in film and theater; Pettibone and Eden established the organization WET Productions to advance women in the industry and to challenge stereotypes.
Read an interview with Pettibone and Eden conducted by Gothamist. Learn more about the LOVE benefit show, WET’s annual production attended by dozens of celebrities, or watch Pettibone, Eden, and various stars discuss the project during the ritzy fundraising event, which features short plays about love written by some of the best women in television, film, and theater.
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