Recommended by Karen Fix Curry

  • Barn Wood and Blue Roses (ONE ACT VERSION)
    3 Nov. 2022
    Jacquelyn Floyd-Priskorn has written a beautiful, fanciful play about two friends, and how they deal with her illness. It's such a wonderful way that these characters create an alternate world of fantasy to help cope with the all too serious illness that is slowly and relentlessly strangling this young girl. Brava. What an amazing play. Poignant and thought provoking.
  • THE OTHER MAN'S GRASS IS MONDEGREEN-ER, a 10-minute absurdist comedy
    11 Oct. 2022
    Rose has written a fun and funny romp into an absurd world of mondegreen speaking characters and a woman trying valiantly to engage and respond on a first date. If your “sweet dreams are made of cheese”, you’ll love this play!
  • A Lot of Time to Think
    3 Oct. 2022
    This is classic horror! Gut wrenching and tension that ratchets up and up until you are afraid to hear the next bit. Deliciously terrifying and dark. A terrific radio play or very theatrical if staged. A terrific addition to any festival for Halloween or with a horror theme.
  • Blood on the Snow
    30 Sep. 2022
    For us, history is a concrete story of winners and losers but Patrick Gabridge shows us through Blood On The Snow how both sides had a story, a choice to make, with incredibly high stakes that reverberated through time. Hearing the worry, the stakes of their decisions, and the justified fears of repercussions brings history out of a dry tome and into our world. We feel their desires, understand their yearning for safety, for doing the right thing, for a solution that is just. History truly comes alive.
  • THE DATING POOL, a 15-minute play for 5 women
    28 Sep. 2022
    Who we are changes as we live our lives, and looking back at what we were, our mistakes, and who we want to be can be difficult. In this wonderful play, a recent widow must decide whether or not to jump back into the dating pool. It's funny, and insightful, as these women argue and learn from one another. A terrific piece full of theatricality and inspiration.
  • Eden 2
    23 Aug. 2022
    God is patient. But only so patient. And after everything is said and done, this final discussion with God and the last of humankind is funny, insightful, and pays off at the end. A fun play, a fun idea, and a fun script!
  • The House of Flightless Birds
    22 Aug. 2022
    This moving one act about brothers, family, and heartbreak is a riveting drama worth reading and producing. We are all a little broken, and our brokenness often hurts those we love most.
  • To the Class of Miskatonic University 2022
    14 Aug. 2022
    This terrific dark comedy is along the lines of HBO's The Boys or Lovecraft. Dark, shocking, and yet you can't look away. What a fun monologue for a festival! This will definitely get everyone's attention.
  • "It's All About Me"
    14 Aug. 2022
    Losing your sense of self in a relationship is what so many of us feel. This wonderful monologue captures that feeling of loss of self as an independent person, and wondering what if I was just me again. A great vehicle for an actor!
  • Come in for Coffee?
    13 Aug. 2022
    Miscommunication makes for a fun late night of foreplay misses in a coffee shop. Will they or won’t they? It’s comedy. It’s romance. But above all, it’s fun.