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by Kyle Smith
Sam, an amnesiac actor searches for the meaning of his existence in the middle of a production of Hamlet.
A FIREWORK UNEXPLODED
by Dave Osmundsen
Ned loves fireworks. Gina doesn’t. A seemingly meaningless difference that forces them to confront their insecurities, flaws, and what they mean to each other.
by Tom Block
A heartwarming tale of karma, ants, love and America’s favorite pastime.
ADAM AND EVE'S DATE #5
by Boris Timanovsky
By their 5th date Eve concluded that there's not much chemistry between her and Adam and that they should probably start seeing other people. "What other people??", said Adam.
by Joshua Young
A prestigious New York City hotel holds their annual front-line staff new hire orientation at a high end performance venue. As two seasoned AV staffers watch the show the keynote speaker starts taking the orientation in unexpected, and dangerous, directions.
DIARY: A ONE ACT PLAY
by Dann Berg
A couple returns home to find that their babysitter is having difficulties remembering exactly what it is that she should be doing.
A SUPPORTIVE WIFE SUPPORTS HER WIFE
by Rex McGregor
After an epic Valentine’s Day fail a ruthless managing editor decides to prove how much she loves her wife.
THESEUS AND THE LABYRINTH
by Bryant Hernandez
Theseus and the Labyrinth is about a hero who ventures into the Labyrinth to slay the infamous Minotaur. Will Theseus defy the odds and save Athens?
by Alexandra Scordato
11:22 focuses on two strangers who are stuck in unfulfilling jobs, lives they hate, and an endless amount of terrible train rides. Can they figure out how to break the cycle?
PRISONERS OF LOVE
by Craig Campanaro
Detective Gore has made a career out o f locking up the bad guys, now it's her heart's turn to be taken prisoner.
LIVVIE and J. de BEAU IN THE GREEN ROOM
by Joanne de Simone
Famed actresses and feuding sisters, Olivia de Havilland and Joan Fontaine, about to be interviewed on TV, go a few 'ladylike' rounds in the Green Room.
THE LAST KISS
by Richard Brown
They fell in love... but it was strange. Was it time for THE LAST KISS?
PORTRAIT OF 3 YOUNG PEOPLE... CONTEMPLATING
by Sarah Congress
Bridget is paying rent to live in her parent’s attic, Rosemary is getting her heart broken by Tinder, and Jeffrey is just trying to get some weed. How can you change the world when you’re broke, mixed-up, lonely and twenty-two?
FREUD, ELIZABETH BOWEN AND MRS. CHARLES BLACK
by Gloria Craig
In his London office, Freud treats two women for depression, both of whom are caught in a painful love triangle.
THE GREAT PARADE OF UPPER KENNINGTON
by Simon de Carvalho
Every fourteen years, the Missouri River floods the small town of Upper Kennington, Missouri. The Great Parade of Upper Kennington is the story of one family confronting the storms of their past as they weather the devastation of the present.
by Alex John Gibley
A horrific accident. A relationship under strain. A new woman in the house.
by Nate Chapman
THE ARCHIVIST is a vicious power struggle between father and son over the destiny of the family archive business.
THE END OF THE ROAD
by Jonathan J. Smith
What happens when life runs out of gas?
NEVER OPEN THE MINI-BAR
by Geoffrey Scheer
It’s not just good advice … it may just save your soul!!
by Christina Vinsick
Everyone comes to POPPY’S HOUSE for a place to belong. But when a painful secret is revealed, are love and acceptance enough to define the meaning of family?
by Brittany Kay Taylor
After returning home, a soldier seeks to reconnect with the brother he left behind.
ST MARK'S HOSPICE
by Zoe Wilson
ST. MARK’S HOSPICE is about 14 year old Charly who faces her junkie, convict and absentee father in a hospice where he lays dying. Sometimes it’s the strangest and smallest things that give us comfort. This play is about love.
AN HONEST CRIME
by Ange Arabatzis
When the dust settles, what was really said and was anything actually done?
by Michael Joel
A RIVER is about two young people who face the realities of adulthood as they meet each other on the bank of the same river. Like a river keeps flowing, so must life.
RIBS AND EDDI
by Isaac Himmelman
From writer Isaac Himmelman and director Mark Greneir comes “Ribs and Eddi,” a sweet and funny play about omens, smoothies, and second chances.
by MacAdam Smith
Circus Chimps is about two elephants . . . wait, that's not right . . . chimps! Two chimps discussing bananas and whether circus life is a fulfilling existence—or if they're merely slaves to humanity. There's also a mule.
MAID OF HONOR
by Kim Carney
She's the only one who can save your butt
WELCOME TO THE FIRST ANNUAL...
by Brendan McGinn
The curtain for Michael Muldoon's new play is set to rise in ten minutes. The only problem? There's no script.
I INTEGRATED A LUNCH COUNTER
by Marshaline Letcher
Don't miss this amazing short play by Marshaline Letcher!
by Paul DeSena
With the Duke of Frankton’s army camped out in the muck in front of the castle, the Kingdom of Turnberry must prepare for war. Luckily, Jerry, the captain of the guards, knows just what to do. But does he really?