Deb Victoroff

Deb Victoroff

Deb Victoroff has has written several short plays that have appeared in off-Broadway venues and regional theatres around the country. Her drama “Et Tu Kelly” was performed at the New York City-based Strawberry One-Act Festival, The Source One-Act Festival in Washington, D.C. and The First Stage Festival in Los Angeles, CA, and was a finalist in the annual Samuel French one-act competition. Her one act comedy...
Deb Victoroff has has written several short plays that have appeared in off-Broadway venues and regional theatres around the country. Her drama “Et Tu Kelly” was performed at the New York City-based Strawberry One-Act Festival, The Source One-Act Festival in Washington, D.C. and The First Stage Festival in Los Angeles, CA, and was a finalist in the annual Samuel French one-act competition. Her one act comedy “Table for Two” was performed at the Producer’s Club, the Theatre Studios in Manhattan, and the Gallery Players Black Box Festival in Brooklyn. Her one act drama “Letter From A Soldier” was performed in Vancouver, British Columbia at the “Walking Fish Play Festival” and garnered glowing reviews, one of which can be read here:

www.straight.com/article-148353/walking-fish-festival

In 2018 her one-act play “But Siriously” was produced for and became the 7th episode for the Theatrical podcast: Amy’s Horse (amyshorse.com). In 2019, her short play “The Cruise” was selected for the Susan Glaspell “Trifles” festival at the West End Theatre in New York City.

Plays

  • The Tragedy of the Election of the Citrus King
    The Tragedy of the Election of the Citrus King" is a dialogue written in the Elizabethan style to be delivered by a contemplative Citizen who despairs at the election of the Tyrant Donald Trump.

    As the Citizen speaks for us all who struggle to understand the rise to power of this demagogue, and to find a direction forward, a Trump supporter (the “Trumpist”), steps up to explain his side....
    The Tragedy of the Election of the Citrus King" is a dialogue written in the Elizabethan style to be delivered by a contemplative Citizen who despairs at the election of the Tyrant Donald Trump.

    As the Citizen speaks for us all who struggle to understand the rise to power of this demagogue, and to find a direction forward, a Trump supporter (the “Trumpist”), steps up to explain his side.

    A powerful discussion ensues. How can it possibly resolve?
  • Et Tu, Kelly?
    "Et Tu, Kelly" is a drama (with an approximate running time of 30 minutes) about four High School aged girls who, together, witness a brutal crime which lays before them a moral dilemma that tests the bonds of loyalty among friends, as well as family, and sets up an impossible choice between the two.
  • The Tragedy of the Election of the Citrus King
    The Tragedy of the Election of the Citrus King" is a dialogue written in the Elizabethan style to be delivered by a contemplative Citizen who despairs at the election of the Tyrant Donald Trump.

    As the Citizen speaks for us all who struggle to understand Trump’s rise to power and to find a direction forward, a Trump supporter (the “Trumpist”), steps up to explain his side.
    ...
    The Tragedy of the Election of the Citrus King" is a dialogue written in the Elizabethan style to be delivered by a contemplative Citizen who despairs at the election of the Tyrant Donald Trump.

    As the Citizen speaks for us all who struggle to understand Trump’s rise to power and to find a direction forward, a Trump supporter (the “Trumpist”), steps up to explain his side.

    A powerful discussion ensues.