Recommended by Tiffany Antone

  • John Proctor is the Villain
    22 Jun. 2022
    Such a damn good play.
  • Wunderkammer
    30 Mar. 2022
    Loved reading this and picturing it. Highly theatrical, delightful characters. The sparse dialogue perfectly underscores the play's magic. A wodnerful design challenge - would love to see this produced!
  • SPARK: The Peer Leadership Program That Will Get Your Kid Into Harvard/Yale/Princeton/Columbia, Cure Cancer, Stop California Forest Fires, End The Race War, and Enact World Peace. (or) PRIYANKA THARAKAN MUST DIE
    26 Mar. 2022
    WOW - what a gripping piece. I started this last night and literally got annoyed at my children for making me stop reading in order to like, feed them and put them to bed. What a compelling play - delicious roles for young actors in a truly exciting contemporary take on JC. Loved this so much! Hope it gets produced!
  • Memories of Overdevelopment
    17 Dec. 2021
    Caridad once again lands us in a world of mirrors, asking audiences to look inside their own humanity and question their assumptions. This highly powerful work would be a tour de force for two actors and a dream for designers. Powerfully poetic and moving and so, so relevant to our current (forever?) moment.
  • Theatre: A Love Story
    12 Mar. 2021
    Caridad writes for the whole theatrical team: words actors can’t wait to dig into and breathe to life, words that light director’s imaginations on fire, words that invite designers to the party with every damn page. A beautiful, moving, and vibrant play, both present-tense and future-loved. Thank you, Caridad, for this play!
  • always nothing else
    26 Oct. 2020
    Seriously fun and perfect for the moment. Natural dialogue, genuine connection even though they're recording and posting - so this is just a really great piece and I'd love to see it done.
  • CONTINUED ON PAGE 12 - Monologue
    15 Sep. 2020
    Amazing how a moment so brief can carry so much meaning. Human and moving. Lovely piece.
  • The Cat Monologue - Sam's Guide to Breaking Up With Style
    15 Sep. 2020
    Oh, this is very fun! And I'm a cat person, lol.
  • Beat Poem/Monologue: A Yellow Plastic Cup
    15 Sep. 2020
    Very moving, rhythmic and a great piece for an actor to sink their teeth into!
  • 20 Questions: a found monologue
    15 Sep. 2020
    Ooh, I love this. Simple concept with multitudes of interpretations and so much room for the actor to play.

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