Recommended by Adam Seidel

  • Be My Little Baby
    31 Mar. 2020
    This is such a fun script and contains elements you rarely ever see in plays. Imaginative, relatable and just a little weird in a very good way. Highly recommend.
  • Andy Warhol Was Actually Part of a Real Reverse Heist that Really Happened on the Actual Moon, and Related Conspiracies Ranging from Totally True to Semi-Factual to Definitely False, as Propagated by Reddit.com and the Rest of the Internet
    28 Mar. 2020
    This play is so well crafted and thought out and well researched and just absolutely fascinating. It's akin to getting a theatrical mystery box off of the dark web.
  • Something Profound
    25 Mar. 2020
    Um, some of the funniest frickin' lines I've ever read. This piece is so dope because it captures the enthusiasm and joy that every writer has when they think they've just thought up the next stellar play of the century. I'm not ashamed to admit I've been the playwright in this play only a few hundred thousand times every waking moment.. I think the moral of the play (both in writing and in life) is we all need Audience member 3 and their final line. :)
  • END OF PLAY.
    8 Mar. 2020
    Sometimes you're sitting at a play reading panelist session and you're watching the panelists pontificate and most instances their critiques are best of intentions but other times you wonder why they don't just shut their mouths and get off the damn stage. This play captures the essence of the latter perfectly.
  • THE WILD BOAR
    29 Feb. 2020
    I love this play because it touches on so many interesting themes. I think we can all recognize ourselves in Marlotta, the main character. A person who for her own reasons has chosen to isolate herself, and despite her best efforts the world manages to crawl back into her life in the form of a wild boar. How this play hasn't started making it's rounds in the regional circuit beats me....
  • The Last Shore Trip
    27 Jan. 2020
    This play immediately drew me in not because it's a great story telling or because the imagery is so strong, but instead because of the strong emotional core which I could relate to. Yes it's a play about mourning, but to me it's mainly a play about celebrating the spirit of someone you loved who continues to make an impact after their untimely departure.
  • RENATA: A POST-MATERNITY MONOLOGUE
    22 Oct. 2019
    'I’m lactating, for God’s sake, like a prized Jabba-the-Hutt-pig at State Fair, and I don’t have the
    time to pump after work because I’m changing diapers, rocking the baby around and around and
    around and..., dealing with my husband’s mother who’s living with us because she’s an energy
    vampire'

    hahahahaha so great. just a masterful piece of writing.
  • PASHA: A MONOLOGUE FOR A PANSEXUAL TEENAGER
    21 Oct. 2019
    Love the rhythm to this and the active force of nature that is Pasha as she so eloquently proclaims not just her identity, but faces off against a world that most likely didn't understand her but by now most surely does.
  • Light Switch
    21 Jun. 2019
    Such crisp specific writing delved out in a rhythmic cadence. I was in Henry's corner from the first line and I wanted him to be okay. It's kinda like Rushmore meets Curious Incident. Really excited to see where this script goes.
  • The Ushers
    28 May. 2018
    I really enjoyed this play. It starts as quiet and fun and slowly begins to ratchet up the stakes for these characters, who all view their roles as volunteer ushers for a community theatre in Florida as sacred for different reasons. I see The Ushers as being about the ways in which people in their later years crave usefulness and more importantly, recognition for their efforts.

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