Logan Faust

Logan Faust

Logan Faust is a Louisiana-born playwright, television writer, and screenwriter who holds his Master of Fine Arts in Dramatic Writing from NYU Tisch. Before moving to New York, he lived in New Orleans, where he received his BA in Theatre Arts from Loyola University New Orleans. He currently works as a Writers PA for Filthy Rich, airing on FOX in January 2020.

Plays

  • A Plague of Frogs
    Margot and Geoffrey are living the upper-middle dream: white sofas, expensive wine, and general comfort. Then, Geoffrey runs over the neighbor's cat. That's when the frogs start to appear. Whether or not the neighbor lady's "hex" is to blame, or whether there is some logical explanation, Margot and Geoffrey cannot seem to agree on. What they can agree upon, however, is that their house...
    Margot and Geoffrey are living the upper-middle dream: white sofas, expensive wine, and general comfort. Then, Geoffrey runs over the neighbor's cat. That's when the frogs start to appear. Whether or not the neighbor lady's "hex" is to blame, or whether there is some logical explanation, Margot and Geoffrey cannot seem to agree on. What they can agree upon, however, is that their house has become infested with a literal Plague of Frogs.
  • [Name Redacted]
    In the wake of the death of a terrorist leader, a young-but-fading pornographic actress undergoes a therapy session to cope with the recently discovered fact that she was the favorite adult starlet of one of the most evil men in the world.
  • Glorious
    A middle-aged father of two accidentally enters a derelict bathroom during a baseball game, only to come face-to-face (or some variation thereof) with a very forward glory hole who will not take "no" for an answer.
  • Foot in Mouth
    What appears to be a sexual liaison in an upscale hotel room derails before it begins. After arranging to meet a stranger from an online dating app, a would-be foot-fetishist is upset to find that his date for the night is not his intended, but rather his intended's close friend who wishes to make a few extra bucks.
  • KnockDown
    Two women are trapped in a physical embodiment of codependence: both hold heavy weights above their heads; each weight is attached to a noose wrapped around the other woman's neck. One wishes to give up, the other to persevere. (Part of a thematic trilogy.)
  • Out
    Two men enter from opposite directions, meeting at a set of two identical doors. They have both been told "rules" for entering the door: one person to a door, one leads somewhere "very, very good," and the other leads somewhere "very, very bad." The two men proceed to wrestle with the limited decisions that lay before them: who will enter which door, and how do they choose. (Part of a thematic trilogy.)
  • Drag
    Two characters, Uno and Mas, are trapped in a room when a gun inexplicably appears between the two of them. After a discussion of Chekhov's philosophy on guns, they realize the inevitable: that the gun must go off and kill one of them. A struggle to answer the question of who will kill who ensues. (Part of a thematic trilogy.)
  • Vivarium
    A dark comedy about a man on the brink of suicide and a serial killer who interrupts his attempt: one wants to die, the other cannot kill a willing victim. To bridge this impasse, the two debate the merits of life, death, and everything in between, all while speeding towards an inevitable death.