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.
  • TARTARUS
    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!
  • THE PANTHEON WARS: DECLARATION
    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.

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