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INTERVIEWS WITH LONELINESS
by Ann Wuehler
When there's no one to talk to, you've only got yourself to convince. Three women wait for their pivotal moment during “Interviews With Loneliness.
by Albert J. Repicci
A tailor who cuts both suits and men down to size.
by Shari Umansky
John Crisdell awakens from an overdose and is being held at the Vatican against his will. A breakthrough in DNA testing has proven that he is the one and only descendant of Jesus. The problem? He doesn't want the gig.
by Elaine Alexander
An accountant takes his status-seeking fiancée shopping for the perfect, new car. He soon discovers it isn’t easy when every car literally speaks to you, turning a search for the right car into a search for his true, authentic self.
LOU DE BOURBON AND THE TOWER OF DEATH
by Gloria Craig
Life imitating art” explains this family of Off-Broadway actors, who continue to live their performances of French aristocrats after their show is closed.
by Michael Magenta
Sisters sit in the visiting room of a hospital. They discuss the stormy past, the painful present, and the uncertain future.
IT'S ABOUT FORGIVENESS
by Albi Gorn
A man seeks out his wife in Heaven to ask her forgiveness for what he did to her on earth.
A BEAUTIFUL MOURNING
by Stephen J. Ryan
A man at a funeral learns that all endings are just beginnings...
by Jennifer DiOrio
In this dark comedy, strangers are locked down in the lobby of an art museum. Social media, technology, and addiction are also on display, among other things.
by WENDY, DOODY, SHEERAN
THE BOND is a play about connection. When two strangers meet in an art museum in rural Maine, they find in each other a person working through a shared question: how does art work into this deranged world of ours?
by Liv Michelson
As a final message, with the hope for forgiveness and to forget the past, Cash bids farewell in an unexpected way. In spite of his expectations, his last words lead Jess to do the exact opposite of what he wished.
GLADNESS & SADNESS
by Matt Bayer
Gladness and Sadness is a Sci-fi story about two artificially made twins who have to face reality when their creator suddenly dies.
A CHANCE ENCOUNTER
by Anne M. Hartung
A Chance Encounter is a short, minimalistic play about ambiguity of language, potential romance, and death. It takes place on the Staten Island Ferry. Because that's where these things happen.
JESUS AND MARY
by George Klas
When a domestic dispute is between Jesus and Mary Magdalene the humor is of biblical proportion. Were they lovers or just friends?
by Brona Crehan
A young woman finally finds out and comes to terms with who she really is.
DEUCE OF DIAMONDS
by Robin Rosado
Lady Luck's callin the shots today.
THE BUTCHER AND THIS DAUGHTER
by Shaun Lamory and Anabelle LeMieux
A dark comedy where the burden of responsibility in the parent child relationship falls upon a daughter trapped in the alcoholic nightmare of her disabled father’s hallucinations.
DINER OF EDEN
by Marina Dugan
After the death of his wife of 47 years, Art returns to their favorite diner to relive the night they first met.
by Ryan Marcone
BAKER'S DOZEN is a story about a wedding, a man caught up in something he doesn't quite understand, and the need for just a little something extra.
WHERE WE FLOUNDER
by Kimille Howard
WHERE WE FLOUNDER questions the limitations of forgiveness and betrayal as two teen girls face-off in an ugly confrontation following an incident that tore their lives apart. Secrets are revealed, and running from the truth is no longer an option.
DR. Z AND BORIS P
by Leonard Goodisman
Boris Pasternack nervously receives a visitor, an agent of the State, who has come to tell him, as he knows, that it is a big problem for him, to accept that most cherished award, the Nobel prize. They joust.
KING RA: LIGHTS OUT
by BRYCE WEINERT
Anytown City is in trouble and it's up to sun-tastic superhero King Ra and his feisty sidekick to save the day once again! But is this evil more evilicious than they can handle? Oh sun spots!
YOU CAN'T DIVORCE A DEAD MAN
by Jessica Denison
A snowstorm in Upstate New York, lies a chaotic family where the father has gone mysteriously missing. Each member is caught up in their own reality as to where he is, but do we ever find out the real story?
by Hana Itkis
Flynn and Patty have just discovered they are attracted to each other. They have arranged ten minutes before chemistry to meet in the girl’s bathroom stall to endorse their commitment…
THE ANGEL AND THE ICEBOX
by Charles Green
At the foothills of the Appalachia lives a boy. Poor and proud. He is in love with the earth – but the earth laughs savage in return. Time to grow up.
BENEATH BUILDING 138
by Tess Howsam
Beneath building 138 lies a crumbling concrete room, forgotten mementos and the stale smoke of hope. It is also the place that Evie and Ralph call home. But today is their last day.
GET THE MESSAGE
by Coni Koepfinger
Engaged to her unfaithful lover, the innocent Diana Dorn is about to make a very big mistake until Gabby, her “trying-to-hybrid” cellphone intercepts, intercedes, and turn things completely around.
by Bill Beasley and Lesley Gist
HARLEM WHITEWASH is about Ms. Juana Bea, Harlem’s Post Racial Revolutionary.
DYE IT AND EXORCISE
by Phil Way
When a friend suggests that Nathan's bizarre dream is a sign of demon possession, the young hair stylist becomes paranoid. Can a hair salon exorcism save him?
by Mary-Anne Wright
Here in this place of darkness lies the things I have not told" What happens when the dark is no longer used as a tool for hiding but instead becomes the very thing necessary for revelation? 'Things Unseen' follows the story of two pretty and pleasant woman who have refused to admit just how much darkness they inhabit. This is the telling story of two kindred souls who meet in their most hated place and find a way to share their unseen truths. This revelation of a common place in the dark allows them the safety needed to delve into it's waters; to venture into the Things Unseen. Maybe, just maybe, they could finally learn to love the dark.