Recommended by Stephen Kaplan

  • Family Visitation (Ten Minute)
    13 Jun. 2022
    A devastating and impactful short piece that serves as an important reminder of LGTBQ history and both how far we've come and sadly how far we have to go. A powerful addition to our student-directed one act festival.
  • 3 Characters Figure It Out
    13 Jun. 2022
    Such a fun piece! Perfectly structured as a ten-minute play and captures both the joy and struggles of playwriting. A highlight of our student-directed ten minute play festival.
  • Dear Stephen
    13 Jun. 2022
    Great roles for actresses of all different ages and a story that surprises and delights. A perfect addition to our student-directed one act festival.
  • greyscale
    13 Jun. 2022
    A lovely piece that deals beautifully with mental health and the weights and baggage that we all carry. Featured in our student-directed one act festival and resonated strongly with the students involved and the entire audience.
  • A Quiet Place
    13 Jun. 2022
    A wonderfully fun piece with so much for actors to play with! The opening for our student-directed one act festival and set the perfect tone for the rest of the evening.
  • Shrike and Magpie
    13 Jun. 2022
    A great take on the heist genre that embraces all of the joys of the genre and then bends them to create a satisfying and unique piece. A highlight of our student-directed one act festival.
  • Eight
    13 Jun. 2022
    A fascinating and exhilarating piece that keeps the audience intrigued the entire time. A highlight of our student-directed one act festival.
  • Joy Ride
    13 Jun. 2022
    A very fun piece that was a highlight of our student-directed one act festival. Great roles for two actresses with plenty of laughs and surprises.
  • A Split Second
    13 Jun. 2022
    Brings the audience along with its mystery and eventual answer, addressing a devastating event that resonated with the entire audience.
  • Persephone
    13 Jun. 2022
    Selected by multiple students to work on in our student-directed one act festival. Addressed the story line with humor and pathos and was a highlight of the evening.

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