Recommended by Tiffany Antone

  • Portrait of the artist as a young woman
    17 Mar. 2020
    Jaisey has such a poetic and unique voice, and here she puts it to work in crafting an incredible monologue (or duologue) that would be a delicious challenge for actress(es) and director. Bravo!
  • Portrait of the artist as a young woman
    17 Mar. 2020
    Jaisey has such a poetic and unique voice, and here she puts it to work in crafting an incredible monologue (or duologue) that would be a delicious challenge for actress(es) and director. Bravo!
  • Pythagorean Triplets
    17 Jan. 2020
    I ADORE this play. It was a joy to produce in our ONSTAGE festival, where it elicited big laughs and heartwarming “Awe”s.
  • Sometimes the Rain, Sometimes the Sea
    11 Dec. 2019
    Wow! Wow! I want to see, hear, and feel this play onstage. What a joyfully engaging and imaginative work!
  • Snakes
    19 May. 2019
    I’m such a fan of Jen’s work-and SNAKES is another weird and wonderful short play that surprises us with its uniqueness. Funny and strange and thoughtful play! Great fun to play these characters too!
  • Snakes
    19 May. 2019
    I’m such a fan of Jen’s work-and SNAKES is another weird and wonderful short play that surprises us with its uniqueness. Funny and strange and thoughtful play! Great fun to play these characters too!
  • Boxes
    19 May. 2019
    Love this piece. Lots of opportunity for creative exploration & great opportunity for unique audience experience.
  • WAITING FOR HUGOT
    19 Mar. 2019
    Fun, funny, quick-witted send-up skewering the neurotic screenwriter. Sure to elicit lots of laughs, this play offers fun roles for actors and some great/memorable lines and moments that will surely keep the audience laughing/talking after curtain!
  • Wave Walker
    19 Mar. 2019
    Heartbreaking and powerful in its brevity. Incredibly moving exploration of grief, lovingly written!
  • Swallowed
    19 Mar. 2019
    Heartbreaking and timely - a call to arms on climate change action. Moving piece, highly evocative, and powerful in its brevity!

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