Recommended by Karen Fix Curry

  • 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.
  • Sunbrella (from the THE WRINKLE RANCH AND OTHER PLAYS ABOUT GROWING OLD collection)
    13 Aug. 2022
    How can you not love the assumptions of a young, self important influencer, and an older woman who schools her? This is a deliciously fun 10 minutes.
  • RECRUITER: A MONOLOGUE IN VOICE MESSAGES
    13 Aug. 2022
    This is a great piece for an actor to show their range as a staffing recruiter who leaves pat messages until the final try where honesty and cynicism explode in a rant and a statement of our time.
  • GOING HOME, a 10-minute drama for two actors, any gender
    14 Jul. 2022
    This moving play of a couple’s final day together is real, raw, and emotional in the best way possible. It brought me to tears. An actor’s delight and your audience will relate on a personal level.
  • Off the Map
    20 May. 2022
    A startling discovery in the jungle which causes each character to question themselves, turns assumptions over for each character. Riveting and relatable, this is a true gem. An amazing play on what we need vs what we think we need.
  • The Bear - Beginnings
    23 Mar. 2022
    What begins as an almost Pinocchio like tale of a bear maker's workshop, to a bear's eye view of the horrors of war, and of those we have loved and lost. What a gem!
  • WANDA: A MONOLOGUE WITH A TREADMILL
    11 Jan. 2022
    This powerful monologue gets to the heart of a woman torn by bad circumstances, difficult choices, and the lack of understanding and support she so needs. It is a roller coaster ride of emotion, both desperate and trying to remain strong, as Wanda walks the tightrope of her decision. A great piece that can move the audience to tears.

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