Recommended by Elana Gartner

  • Drill
    1 Aug. 2018
    This snapshot of the now commonplace experiences of our children was shattering. How can they possibly be growing up with this? Kaplan kicks our guts with this understated piece.
  • CREATURE COMFORTS
    1 Aug. 2018
    This is a hilarious play from the point of view of animals. Burdick does an excellent job of poking fun at some man-made inventions that his animals have adopted in a loving and comedic way.
  • Mom's Ham
    1 Aug. 2018
    An excellent nod to "A Christmas Carol" while watching a family deal with the loss of the matriarch for the first time at the holidays. A lovely funny ending.
  • Foreign Object
    1 Aug. 2018
    A very disturbing and creepy play. Duncan does an excellent job of imagining the backstory of the Orlando shooter and unearths many uncomfortable social situations for the audience to consider.
  • A Dog Dreams
    31 Jul. 2018
    A poignant play about the closure that the living need after a death of a loved one, even closure for the dog. I love the way that Jeffrey uses dog dreams as a tool to see into his wife's life.
  • Life Lines
    31 Jul. 2018
    A truly heartbreaking play as the audience watches the mother struggle with her conscience and her desire to hear her son's voice again, even if it's private. Donna does an excellent job of making the pain real and deep.
  • Boy
    5 Jul. 2018
    This script ripped my heart right out as I watched the difficult identity struggles and how the lead character had to interact with society. Seen at Keen Theatre Company.
  • Actually
    5 Jul. 2018
    This was a heart-wrenching play that presented a very relevant question of what actually happened. And it is left up to the audience to decide as they hear each character talk about themselves, their perceptions, their past, their views of themselves. I saw this at Manhattan Theatre Club and it was AMAZING!
  • ALICE IN BLACK AND WHITE (full length)
    28 Jun. 2018
    Alice in Black and White will strike emotional chords as well as historic interest. Robin does an excellent job of using images as part of the play. Your heart will break again and again.
  • Magnificent Hubba Hubba
    28 Jun. 2018
    This is a super fun, hilarious play. Excellent for older actresses to get some meaty roles. Take out the colorful costumes and strap in! Olga takes us on a fabulous ride!

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