Recommended by Jacqueline Goldfinger

  • IN THE FOREST, SHE GREW FANGS
    11 Mar. 2016
    Gorgeous language, and a smart, intense look at being an outcast in high school (but, really, an outcast on the margins of any highly structured society). This is one to read!
  • THE GANTRY GIRLS COME HOME
    11 Mar. 2016
    Stephen's GANTRY GIRLS touch upon forbidden moments so often hidden from polite society which explode on the stage with a visceral, raw reality that knocks you back in your seat. Would someone finally please have the audacity to produce this play.
  • The Luckiest People
    20 Jan. 2016
    I love listening to Meridith's characters. Honest, true, funny, shocking, loving... I could have watched them all night!
  • Last Night and the Night Before
    20 Jan. 2016
    I had the pleasure of seeing SAM (LAST NIGHT AND THE NIGHT BEFORE) read twice; at NNPN and Orlando Shakes. Both times I was moved to call my own sister afterwards and tell her that I loved and missed her. All of the relationships in SAM are moving but the core sister relationship is true and deep and painful and funny in a way that we rarely see on-stage. I highly recommend this play.