Recommended by George Sapio

  • WARRIORS
    15 Jan. 2023
    A hard play to read, but a message of hope that resonates.
  • First Draft
    15 Jan. 2023
    I would SO love to see more of this one; the story is so good! A lesson for those who need to break free of people who only see a small part of their soul.
  • Environmentalist - 10 MINUTE VERSION
    15 Jan. 2023
    As always, Ms. Cole finds the humanity within the comedy, and lets it blossom naturally. Brave overtures and kind hearts are what this short is all about. Would love to see this one done!
  • Poor Paige
    31 Dec. 2022
    Hard truths. Hard realities. What does it take to hit bottom and understand what it takes to survive? A beautifully written two-hander that will resonate long after it's done. Another excellent work by Ms. Cole.
  • You've Reached Justin
    30 Dec. 2022
    I don't I breathed for the last eight pages. One mistimed kiss, a downtown party, and killer aliens, all told by voicemail. Brilliantly done. This one will keep you on the edge of your seat.
  • Time Travelers Can Apply Yesterday
    30 Dec. 2022
    I am thoroughly confused. Highly entertained as well! Hilarious farce will keep audiences laughing and shaking their heads at the rapid-paced...I'd say "time loop," but it's more of a "time knot"!
  • Dark Gallery
    30 Dec. 2022
    A captivating study of beasts, doomed women, gothic romance, and dark art. Definitely one for an evening of creepy Halloween works. One woman alone in a room, lost from her tour, and a man whose intentions are undetermined, except for his taste in artwork of women about to die. Would love to see his performed.
  • Animals in the Bible (an evening of short plays)
    19 Dec. 2022
    I love Matt's work. The plays in here, all based on iconic tales from a famous book, make a wonderful evening of theatre, and all from a different perspective! ("The Ark" is featured on an episode of Onstage/Offstage: https://linkshortner.net/vRKfE)
  • The Little Christmas Tree
    6 Dec. 2022
    What a heart-wrenching moment in a couple's life. Ms. Hall gently and compassionately captures the agony of dealing with pain and loss. A beautiful two-hander.
  • A Toast
    5 Dec. 2022
    What a moving, heartfelt play. Ms. Cole has a lovely sense of the human spirit, for all its quirks. Life is complicated and there are those moments where you desperately need to have a grip on what's happening, but it's beyond you. So you "manage" and do the best you can. And a perfect ending!

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