Recommended by Samantha Marchant

  • Artemis Books & the Well-Meaning Man
    30 Jun. 2021
    Each character is so we'll formed. I enjoyed getting to know them and Artemis Books. The dialogue flowed and the ending shocked. Well done!
  • The Home for Retired Canadian Girlfriends
    25 Jun. 2021
    A great concept with a very funny script to back it up. Smart, empowering and quirky, this script would be a great addition to any night of short plays.
  • Sleepwalker: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
    25 Jun. 2021
    I'm a big fan of the movie and it is clear with the care and finesse used to sculpt this script, Gary Earl Ross is one too. A staunch adaptation bringing this thrilling story to the stage.
  • Close Encounters - Radio Theatre Version
    23 Jun. 2021
    I feel for both of these two quirky characters. No matter what happens after the play ends, I'm left knowing that they made a true connection and veered off the typical hamster wheel of their lives.
  • Tin Cat Shoes
    22 Jun. 2021
    Very wacky and funny. Each section builds and spirals. I'm totally here for Pepper's Nacho Novel.
    15 Jun. 2021
    This collection of seven interwoven plays is a page-turner and I can imagine thrilling and chilling to see live on stage. I'm going to be thinking about this one for a while, especially Basyl's "Big Bang" monologue. Well done!
    15 Jun. 2021
    Wow, wow, wow, death by doppelgänger- what a way to go!  And it's the perfect way to set off a war between the Pantheons. Happy (and sad) to read a play involving Hermes, one of my favs.  Well done!
  • The Ashen Crown
    14 Jun. 2021
    As a reader, I was easily and quickly wrapped up in this world. I would love to see it come to life on stage. Exquisite language, powerful female characters, and new myths add up to a truly thrilling time. A haunting ending. EPIC!
  • SKIN (Voices Version)
    8 Jun. 2021
    Butter is such the perfect name for the reluctant kid of a professional knife thrower. The tension caused by the counting down of knives and the chorus is thick. Well done!
  • Un Hombre
    8 Jun. 2021
    This script has lots of fun playing with language. Love the points about temporary vs. permanent. A moving mother-son story dealing with grief.