Recommended by Greg Hatfield

  • One of Them
    31 May. 2021
    It's a tight little play and hits the mark spot-on. Very relatable and good realistic dialogue that doesn't try to get preachy.
  • Abandonment (a 1-minute play)
    31 May. 2021
    It's a powerful piece in one-minute.
  • Antagonism, or, Some People Like to P*ss in the Pool (a 1-minute play)
    31 May. 2021
    I don't even know how to get started on a play, much less write a one-minute play. But Steven does and handles it wonderfully. I've read several of his one-minutes and have learned from them about getting to the point of what you want to say. Thanks for the tips.
  • Thalia's B&B
    31 May. 2021
    Yeah, I should have seen that ending coming, but as an obsessive playwright myself, I became self-absorbed with the main character, George. Only a writer can say where his/her inspiration comes from and sometimes not even know. I like this play as it moves and twists around and the ending is revealed.
  • LIGHTS UP!
    31 May. 2021
    So I'm a sucker for plays about the theater and I loved this play. I know actors like this and it's nice to see at least one of them get their comeuppance. This would work very well in a festival setting.
  • Just A Rumor
    31 May. 2021
    Maybe I'm late to the party, but as a playwright who writes about the Golden Age of Hollywood and theater myself, I was drawn to this play. It's a terrific look at the dichotomy between what happened back in the day and today's Hollywood. I love the characters and the references. I can see why this play has received its accolades.
  • END OF PLAY.
    31 May. 2021
    I picked this play to read because, as playwrights, we've all been there. This is a very funny play that is perfect for ten-minute festivals, as an opener, perhaps. It will definitely give the audience a taste of what it takes to get a play moving forward.
  • Rules for Writing A Romantic Comedy
    5 Dec. 2020
    So I know a thing or two about boilerplate show business templates and this one hits the nail right on the head! Very funny. You can see the movie right before your eyes as this monologue checks everything off the list. It's a great monologue.
  • Adam's Angels
    5 Dec. 2020
    I liked this play quite a bit. Funny dialogue and good characters make this an excellent satire. This can work for any festival of short plays.
  • /ärt/
    5 Dec. 2020
    I enjoyed this play very much. What wonderful parts and dialogue for the main characters. This would be a terrific play for any 10-Minute festival. Good job!

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