Lezlie Revelle Zucker

Lezlie Revelle Zucker

Lezlie Revelle is an award-winning playwright, author and singer-songwriter from the Midwest. She is a producer with Potluck Productions, a local organization that produces bi-monthly readings featuring area female playwrights; a resident playwright with the Midwest Dramatist Center; and co-creator of the Page 2 Stage program, where students get to participate in the theatrical process from inception to...
Lezlie Revelle is an award-winning playwright, author and singer-songwriter from the Midwest. She is a producer with Potluck Productions, a local organization that produces bi-monthly readings featuring area female playwrights; a resident playwright with the Midwest Dramatist Center; and co-creator of the Page 2 Stage program, where students get to participate in the theatrical process from inception to production. Lezlie’s plays have been produced across the United States, and she recently released her fourth album with independent recording label Enneagram Records.

Plays

  • Match
    What happens when a well-known fairy tale character decides she no longer wants to be in her story? MATCH explores stories and their importance through the eyes of a fed-up Little Match Girl.
  • Knock
    Knock is a dark fairy tale about the mystical forces that threaten a man and woman. Adam and Leanne are cut off from civilization by a storm, stuck together in their cabin by the coast. One of them has a dark and deadly secret.
  • Knit One, Purl Two
    Lanie and Earl are tired of being in the closet. When they cross paths, spying on their respective loves, they determine it may be time to step out from behind the scenes.
  • Focus
    Robert has been trying to convince his wife that she should look into a recent medical advance—a chip that improves your focus—to help her be more productive. Celia, however, has strong reservations. Robert secretly gets the chip himself to prove its safety and efficacy. Just as Celia is about to be swayed, they learn how dangerous a shift in focus can be.
  • Escape (Middle / High School)
    Synopsis: A group of women who show up for a night of fun at an Escape Game find themselves victims of an unknown game master. They must find their way out of the escape house and out of the game, uncovering strengths and frailties along the way.
  • Escape
    A group of women who show up for a night of fun at an Escape Game find themselves victims of an unknown game master. They must find their way out of the escape house and out of the game, uncovering strengths and frailties along the way.
  • Death's Dance Card
    Judith is trying to kill herself, but has to negotiate with Death over her life.
  • Cross Quarter Carnival
    A fairy tale about friendship, love, sacrifice, and discovering who we really are.
  • Buying the Farm
    “But when you’re old, sister, you’re old…You can take that to the bank.” So say the women of Buying the Farm, and that’s what they plan to do. When Ruth shows up to interview Vivane (and her friends) about what it’s like to be an aging woman in America, she has no idea what she’s getting herself into. How far will these women go to preserve their dignity?
  • Brokendown House
    “Just because something is old and broken down doesn’t mean it’s fragile.” In learning her mother is far stronger than she realized, Carrie receives permission to lead the life she has been hiding.
  • Bridges
    Synopsis: A ghost of a woman and a woman trying to become a ghost interrupt each others’ evening. Each year on the anniversary of her daughter’s death, Abigail walks to the bridge where it happened. This year her vigil is interrupted by 22-year-old Chloe’s suicide attempt. Or perhaps Chloe’s attempt is interrupted by Abigail’s walk. In Bridges, each woman comes face to face with what haunts her.
  • Black Ice
    Lifetime friends deal with betrayal, loss, and the meaning of friendship and love. Harmony discovers the world as she knows it is full of misunderstanding and deception. Can she accept and forgive her family and friends before her time runs out?
  • Back to One
    Dana is faced with a life or death choice; but the question is, whose?