Loretta the Yodeling Cowgirl

2021 Women Playwrights Series: In-person & Streaming Live

Wednesday, May 5 at 7:30 pm.

Sitnik Theatre : Lackland Performing Arts Center

by Vita Patrick Morales

Inspired by a true story, Loretta and her wiry friend, Em, live in a home for the aged in Mount Jewett, Pennsylvania. Their days are the same and their banter circuitous. But when Loretta learns that her daughters are about to sell the family home, she travels back in time to the days of her Yodeling Cowgirl fame, and the choices she made for happiness.

In-person admission by donation.

Advance reservations require a $5.00 minimum donation.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions seating is limited.

Advance reservations recommended.


In addition to the in-person live performance Centenary Stage Company's Women Playwrights Series events will be live streamed during the presentation.

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Vita Patrick Morales

Vita Patrick Morales has a BA in Italian Literature from Rutgers University, an MA in Theater and Film from Hunter College and an MS in education from Fordham University. She has written over 15 full-length and one-act plays. In 1988, her play Francis of Assisi won the Dean’s Prize for the best Masters thesis in the Humanities and the Arts at Hunter College where she was a four-time recipient of the John Golden Award for Playwriting. Her one-act play, All God’s Children, was produced several times in New York City and has won a number of awards, including an Honorable Mention for the 1989 Latino Playwrights Award sponsored by the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater.