Recommended by Arthur M Jolly

  • The Berenstain Bearadox
    7 Apr. 2022
    Clever, witty - a fun monologue with a wonderfully meta twist ending that I didn't see coming!
  • A Monogamy of Swans
    6 Apr. 2022
    A perfect balance of humor and heart - this play has some great laugh-out-loud moments, and a deep, meaningful relationship at its core. Lovely writing, and deserves to be added to any program of ten minute plays!
  • Urn
    2 Apr. 2022
    A one minute play that drops us right into the darkest moment of a character's existence in a brilliantly theatrical way. An extraordinary piece of writing.
  • Grain of Salt
    2 Apr. 2022
    I love a play that trusts the audience - and the actors - to connect the dots without coming out and saying it. This play is devilishly delicious!
  • Hookie
    2 Apr. 2022
    Beautiful, poignant, and powerful. A one minute play that packs a lot into a single moment.
  • Snow In Galveston
    31 Mar. 2022
    What an amazing play - I'm sitting here with tears in my eyes just from reading it. An absolute tour-de-force opportunity for two talented older actors, this one act deserves to be seen, and is guaranteed to leave an audience moved. Beautiful work.
  • The Gift of Perfection
    30 Mar. 2022
    Fascinating, intriguing, puzzling - this is a sci-fi script that will lead to some wonderful audience discussions on their way home! The paranoia and attempt at control that drives the world of the script is as relevant and timely as ever - a great "think-piece" as well as a fun play to read.
  • The Repair Man
    30 Mar. 2022
    Witty, perceptive, with some delightful characters and a wonderfully original scenario. The mother/daughter relationship is realistic, and the golem is intriguing and distinctive. A fun play!
  • The Things You Find Out Between the First and Second Date
    29 Mar. 2022
    A fantastic, hysterically funny play, that, for all it's over the top humor, rests on the solid foundation of a wonderfully believable, nuanced and heartfelt relationship between a mother dating a new guy, and her teenage daughter who's clued into the guy's quasi-secret shortcoming (he's a brony). There's so much to love in this one, and a couple of great roles for talented actors!
  • the old jew who begat scrooge, on his deathbed
    26 Mar. 2022
    A witty, clever exploration into the nature of literary stereotypes and the humanity that gets bypassed when a writer - even Dickens or Shakespeare - portrays only their own preconceptions. The play is also a sweet, wonderful reflection on the meaning of life and the nature of death, and manages to encompass so much depth and heart in only ten minutes - beautifully written.