Annette Storckman

Annette Storckman

Annette Storckman is a New York based playwright and storyteller who just wants to be the Detective Pikachu of the theatre. Ms. Storckman's work has been seen at The Barrow Group, Edinburgh Fringe, Barrington Stage Co, The Secret Theatre, Dixon Place, and at the Clemente Soto Velez as the 2016 Writer in Residence with Spicy Witch Productions. More information at www.annettestorckman.com

Plays

  • Mercy, Mercy
    When church organist, Meredith, puts her father in a nursing home, she is forced into a desperate financial situation. In order to keep up with the bills, she and her nurse-boyfriend, David, begin killing people so Meredith can play at their funeral masses for cash. A dark comedy about healthcare, music, and Catholicism.

    This play is currently a part of the Build development series with The...
    When church organist, Meredith, puts her father in a nursing home, she is forced into a desperate financial situation. In order to keep up with the bills, she and her nurse-boyfriend, David, begin killing people so Meredith can play at their funeral masses for cash. A dark comedy about healthcare, music, and Catholicism.

    This play is currently a part of the Build development series with The Brick Theater. MERCY, MERCY will also have a staged reading this October at The Barrow Group.
  • Faire
    When the Queen quits mid-season, the Artistic Director has to navigate a web of sexual and professional politics to find her replacement. Once he sets his eyes on Faire newb Mary (and personal pet of the Head Wench, Nikki, and her husband Brian), egos are bruised and crushes are betrayed. A play with music, interspersed with "on the street" scenes, the play aims to discuss how women's ambitions...
    When the Queen quits mid-season, the Artistic Director has to navigate a web of sexual and professional politics to find her replacement. Once he sets his eyes on Faire newb Mary (and personal pet of the Head Wench, Nikki, and her husband Brian), egos are bruised and crushes are betrayed. A play with music, interspersed with "on the street" scenes, the play aims to discuss how women's ambitions are valued, as well as capture the particular charm, and pettiness of Renaissance Faire culture.
  • Bonesetter: a Tragislasher
    When a series of murders tied to the illustrious Duncan family plagues a small suburban town, young and brainy Clarissa Schmidt is forced into a role of heroism as she tries to save her boyfriend, and herself, from a large man with bloodlust.

    An original adaptation of Thomas Middleton's The Revenger's Tragedy, Bonesetter discusses the correlations between Jacobean Tragedies and slasher...
    When a series of murders tied to the illustrious Duncan family plagues a small suburban town, young and brainy Clarissa Schmidt is forced into a role of heroism as she tries to save her boyfriend, and herself, from a large man with bloodlust.

    An original adaptation of Thomas Middleton's The Revenger's Tragedy, Bonesetter discusses the correlations between Jacobean Tragedies and slasher films through sexual politics, feminism, blood, blood, more blood, and camp.

    Run Time: Aprox 100 minutes
  • Desk Fort
    When a rogue employee hides under his desk on mandatory team meeting day, Middle Manager to the Gods, Samantha Buchanan, must use all her officey whiles to get him out before "The Big Boss" finds out. A fast-paced comedy exploring how much we all hate f*&^ing office work.
  • Blame the Heat
    In the dead of an NYC summer, roommates Marie and Jane have killed a Tinder date and stashed the corpse under the couch. They desperately need an air conditioner before the body stinks up the entire apartment.

    A fast-paced comedy about friendship!