Recommended by Lee R. Lawing

  • Begotten Son
    16 Jan. 2024
    Begotten Son gives us a situation that none of us would ever want to deal with and anyone who is a parent would find this play a little more chilling and it leads to so many questions like Nature vs. Nurture and blood vs. not blood related and when does your responsibility actually end as a parent because motherhood and fatherhood is for life even if your child is involved in some dire situations like this play presents.
  • Hitchers
    16 Jan. 2024
    The price of fame can be high for anyone, but in this delightful parody we see how two serial killers deal with it and the idea of being proud of one's work and yet not ever being able to really own up to it unless you want your kills to end. Funny stuff!
  • Joey Adult (Optional Series Ending)
    14 Jan. 2024
    When you read something like this where an artist lays bare their very soul on the page you can only applaud that daring and when such a piece is as brilliant a piece of writing as this one is, you need to given them a standing ovation. This monologue is such a powerhouse and one that will be with you long after you finish reading or seeing it.
  • Rats are Racist
    13 Jan. 2024
    Identity is such a big part of who we are and the fact that we are as population becoming more comfortable with proclaiming our own identity and also letting others do the same may be out biggest step yet toward a world that is more true and more honest with itself than ever before. That set out there who will try to shut this process down have always been there of course, but isn't it nice to know that there are people like Alex, Matt, Liam, Mel and Jess who are pushing for change in the smallest of ways.
  • Irony
    12 Jan. 2024
    One of my all time favorite songs, one of those hits that was not only great to sing along to, but was also just a good song. Perry gives us a great take on this in this perfect monologue about just how ironic life can be and how, sometimes, it's the the best thing to just smile and hum along with the turns and twists it takes you on.
  • doubleplusgood
    11 Jan. 2024
    Hard hitting and it should be as we see the revisionist historians white-wash January 6th as if it were a picnic outing for the those who want so bad to make America great again.
  • Everyday Monsters
    9 Jan. 2024
    Everyday Monsters paints such a vidivd and horrific encounter between abuser and abused and the pain and torment of what such abuse can do to anyone. The homey setting only intensifies the drama and conflict and what those past decades must have been like for Timothy as he has finally decided to confront the man who has caused him nightmares and agony. You will not forget this play when the blackout occurs, not should you be able to.
  • Trash Night
    9 Jan. 2024
    Married life can be filled with so much magic and so much . . . .well, trash and Cole finds so much humor and perfection in this one minute play about one couple's way of approaching sleep.
  • Venus Needs Men
    6 Jan. 2024
    Ah, one of the sad truisms of theater brought into hysterical light by Mandryk in this tale that will have you laughing from start to finish.
  • Venus Needs Men
    6 Jan. 2024
    Ah, one of the sad truisms of theater brought into hysterical light by Mandryk in this tale that will have you laughing from start to finish.

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