Recommended by Jeremy Gable

  • World Builders
    27 Oct. 2015
    Johnna writes plays that are jealousy-inducing good. World Builders starts off with a simple, unusual idea, and elegantly launches it into the stratosphere, until you're falling desperately in love with these characters and the worlds they have created.
  • Sagittarius Ponderosa
    25 Sep. 2015
    A play so unusual without being inaccessible. It was moving, funny, and sorrowful, without dipping too much into any of those wells. A truly original creation, it is unlike any play out there, and I fell madly for it.
  • The Exit Interview (Published by Concord)
    31 Jul. 2015
    This is one of the craziest plays I've come across in a long time. And I loved every minute of it. Riding that high-wire between absurd and accessible, it's a play that feels refreshingly of-the-moment while having its feet firmly planted in some very universal truths. Oh, and it's also hilarious.
  • The Most Spectacularly Lamentable Trial of Miz Martha Washington
    15 Jan. 2015
    A big, beautiful, hilarious, tragic play. It stunned me with its immediacy and complexity. This is a must-read.