Recommended by Debra A. Cole

  • Body And Soul
    30 Oct. 2022
    OLD WOMEN UNITE - this hellish play warns the outcomes of exploitation and beauty. ALICE JOSEPHS always delivers a story with layers and thought.
  • The Vengeful Road
    30 Oct. 2022
    What a chill it was to experience a live reading of this in our Sunday group. Rachel is a master at revenge and securing the appropriate end for nasty characters. IZZY is the character we have all been waiting for, and she does not disappoint. Any short play festival would benefit from this tension-filled play.
  • Playwrights Versus Zombies!
    30 Oct. 2022
    AN ABSOLUELY FABULOUS time was had reading this of for our weekly Sunday group! Every playwright will connect to this comedy about playwrights, zombies, and the inspiration that becomes the solutions. Every theatre group will enjoy producing this brilliant piece.
  • Midnight Snack
    29 Sep. 2022
    I adore a littlle dark fantasy that centers around a demonic library... Don't you?

    EVAN BAUGHFMAN has created a delightful interaction between a dedicated librarian and celebrated horror writer. This short play would delight audiences and give the cast and crew something magical to produce.
  • A Longitudinal Study
    29 Sep. 2022
    What a surprising way this play went... and I LOVED IT! Mother/Daughter relationships are wonderfully complicated, and adding frank and scientific talks about parental sex and relationships just adds to the layers to sort through. Audiences will truly enjoy this short play.
  • Law and Mail Order
    29 Sep. 2022
    JOHN BUSSER is a true gift. This short play has sharp, creative, and HILARIOUS dialogue and a concept that is BRILLIANT! Audiences will LOVE IT! The staging alone would be worth the ticket price!
  • It's All in the Research
    29 Sep. 2022
    The age old question, can one still like and respect the art when the artist is clearly problematic? How about when he's a Hitler lover? LEE R. LAWING proposes a scenario that many will relate to. The give and take between the writer and his partner will open up many post-show conversations... maybe even about Cool Whip! BRAVO!
  • Dormancy
    29 Sep. 2022
    What a rich and tragic two minutes. What is it about straight men that some cannot connect or talk honestly when another man shares something deep or powerful? This short piece truly made my stomach twinge with sadness and regret. SCOTT SICKLES - YOU NEVER DISAPPOINT!
  • DITMAS
    29 Sep. 2022
    I love NYC bar stories, and this one was a LOVELY and graceful surprise. One character's life has stalled, and the other's life has changed for the better. Truly a wonderful piece about kindness and connections.
  • Claire's Invisibility Monologue
    29 Sep. 2022
    One can't help but feel Claire's pain after years of not being enough... not being male... Is her business success worth the price she paid growing up visible? A powerful piece for a seasoned actress.

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