Recommended by Rachel Luann Strayer

  • Local Girls
    1 Mar. 2021
    Chock-full of chaotic energy, LOGAL GIRLS is, at its core, a story about dreams and relationships, all set to a heavy metal soundtrack. I'd love to see a production someday!
    17 Feb. 2021
    I got chills reading about this awesome geek girl who fights Nazis and zombies even as she faces her own real-life big bad. A great monologue for girls.
  • Paper and Ink
    17 Feb. 2021
    Wonderfully creepy! Lee unfolds the tremulous relationship between the acts of courage we commit for ourselves and those that endanger others. A horrifying and fantastical journey.
    17 Feb. 2021
    A lovely little reminder that we don't need to be in love with a piece of literature in order to learn from it and that we can, in fact, disagree and still respect someone else's opinion. Especially about books!
  • Direct Quoth
    17 Feb. 2021
    What a fun romp for any lover of Edgar Allan Poe! A delightful twist on the classic tale of an enigmatic raven and our favorite spooky author.
  • Batman Vs. The Joker at the Laundromat
    17 Feb. 2021
    Wonderful, ridiculous, hilarious, & most importantly - FUN. Prepare for a highly enjoyable, possibly-but-probably-not-illegal good time!
  • Fallen to the Communists
    17 Feb. 2021
    I love this heartfelt, endearing interaction between father and daughter. More than once this play made me smile, always with an edge of relatable sadness for future conversations lost. Really, a lovely piece.
  • No, Go Ahead: A One-Minute Zoom Play
    17 Feb. 2021
    Quick, hilarious, & totally relatable, NO, GO AHEAD would be a fantastic piece to include in an evening of Zoom plays. Honestly, I hope there's a sequel!
  • 4 Horses of the Apocalypse
    16 Feb. 2021
    A play by Matthew Weaver always makes me smile and this one is no exception. From the opening line (cough) to the bitter(sweet) end, spending time with the four horses of the apocalypse has never been so delightful.
  • GROUP S.O.S. (female version)
    11 Feb. 2021
    I had the privilege of being involved in a staged reading of the female version of GROUP S.O.S. and it is a powerful script that wrestles with challenging questions. In our eagerness to help people move on from abuse, do we push so hard that we destroy their chances of recovery? GROUP S.O.S. is a relevant and timely drama because it addresses not only the aftermath of sexual abuse, but the way our handling of abuse survivors can have a permanent impact.