Recommended by Steven Hayet

  • Stuffed
    19 Dec. 2017
    Really enjoyed this very dark play by Jeanette Farr. A fascinating study of two oddly similar characters. I could see two actors having fun digging into these roles. Not going to lie. I read this script several times and each time I picked up little details that I missed. Farr drops a hint here and a clue there, but never lets the cat out of the bag.
  • Promised Lands
    18 Dec. 2017
    Very interesting premise. With states becoming more and more gerrymandered and politically polarized, the idea of a US divided into separate countries of only people who share the same race, religion, orientation, etc. is sadly not as fantastical as I would wish it would be. I would love to learn more about this world Diaz-Marcano created. While this play works well as a 10-minute play, it feels like a mouth-watering appetizer to a larger main course.
    11 Dec. 2017
    Really enjoyed this play. By telling the story through identical twin characters, Goldman-Sherman is able to play the with ideas of love, loss, and literally having to stare death in the face. Even in the moments of complete helplessness, we want to take care of those we love deeply.
  • SLEEPYHEAD: A 2-Minute Monologue Play
    15 Nov. 2017
    A very silly and funny short monologue. The style of the "dialogue" reminded me a bit of Robert Askins' "Hand to God." I can see an actor having a lot of fun with this piece at an audition or competition.
  • Really Adult
    6 Nov. 2017
    Loved this play. Incredibly smart and insightful in the way it plays with the idea of being on a right path to adulthood. Bublitz's dialogue for Julie and Frank is lovably awkward and gives her characters a true realness and relatability.