Recommended by Karen Fix Curry

  • Mountain Dew
    3 Feb. 2019
    This wonderful historical piece brings life to a unique event. A great play for high school audiences, it personalizes what might otherwise be a boring essay assignment, making it real to the writer and audience alike. If you are trying to bridge arts and history, this one's for you!
  • CRABS(DOT)COM
    3 Feb. 2019
    This is weird, and kind of twisted, in a very funny way. Yes, it's about what you think it's about. It's a great new take on getting revenge on your ex, and having a friend, a really good friend to get you through it. A short play the audience will be talking about and laughing over on the way home.
  • As Is: Conversations with Big Black Women In Confined Spaces
    31 Jan. 2019
    This wonderfully written story of friends, their failures and triumphs, their strengths and weaknesses, resonates. They push each other’s buttons, they call each other out, and the story sweeps you up in their world, their hopes and their realities. A great ensemble piece.
  • CURBED
    29 Jan. 2019
    Waiting for the bus never seemed so tense, and so real. His thoughts. Her thoughts. A truly scary too short play.
  • PARTNER OF —
    15 Jan. 2019
    The disturbing reality of multigenerational slave rape is highlighted in this power packed ten minute play. Thought provoking and emotional, it is a wonderful piece to bring this entrenched tradition to the attention of modern audiences.
  • A Monogamy of Swans
    6 Jan. 2019
    The ups and downs of emotions felt from love lost, acceptance, and caring made for a touching and lovely play.
  • CHRISTMAS 2.0
    10 Dec. 2018
    A really fun romp through the world of empty nesting, smart phones, and learning to appreciate what you have right at home.
  • The Costume Waver
    10 Dec. 2018
    This is an indictment of American culture and the stereotypes that haunt the African American community. Concise and succinct yet disquieting and thought provoking.
  • SH*T TRAIN
    1 Dec. 2018
    The new employee. The obfuscating boss. Sh*t Train is the stuff of the real world for any new employee lost and trying to get by. We've been that employee. We know that boss. This is the most terrifyingly true part of this 10 minute wonder.
  • Whatever's Easy
    23 Oct. 2018
    A really thoughtful character play about people and their pasts, and the desire to change who they are, and how they react to the hurdles of life.

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