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  • 10 Jun 2014 11:04 PM | Carol Lashof

    AND TOMORROW AND TOMORROW ...

    Stumbling in a daze from the battlefield to the afterlife, Macbeth encounters three mysterious and yet familiar spirits, who offer him a chance for a do-over.  Will he get it right this time?

    A four-character 10-minute play published by YouthPLAYS, Spring 2014

    http://youthplays.com/


    Stumbling in a daze from the battlefield to the afterlife, Macbeth encounters three spiritsundefinedGraymalkin, Paddock and Pyewacket (rhymes with “I thwack it”).  They appear to Macbeth as a cat, a toad, and a dog, and they also look familiar.  Very familiar.  And indeed, that’s what they are: “familiars,” the companion spirits of the three witches whose prophecies led to his ruin, offering Macbeth the chance for a do-over.  But will he get it right this time...?
    Stumbling in a daze from the battlefield to the afterlife, Macbeth encounters three spiritsundefinedGraymalkin, Paddock and Pyewacket (rhymes with “I thwack it”).  They appear to Macbeth as a cat, a toad, and a dog, and they also look familiar.  Very familiar.  And indeed, that’s what they are: “familiars,” the companion spirits of the three witches whose prophecies led to his ruin, offering Macbeth the chance for a do-over.  But will he get it right this time...?
    Stumbling in a daze from the battlefield to the afterlife, Macbeth encounters three spiritsundefinedGraymalkin, Paddock and Pyewacket (rhymes with “I thwack it”).  They appear to Macbeth as a cat, a toad, and a dog, and they also look familiar.  Very familiar.  And indeed, that’s what they are: “familiars,” the companion spirits of the three witches whose prophecies led to his ruin, offering Macbeth the chance for a do-over.  But will he get it right this time...?
  • 02 May 2014 12:46 PM | Carolyn Nur Wistrand
    My youth play, The Case of the Lost Lavakian Princess will be published by One Act Play Depot, Canada in 2014. http://oneactplays.net/

    Synopsis: When the Lavakian Princess is kidnapped in London, the Baroness of Slovakia solicits the services of Miss Sherina Holmes and Miss Winifred Watson to find her. The young detectives head for Hobble Row, in London’s crime district, where they discover petty criminals of the underworld involved in the international plot. When Miss Watson is taken hostage, it is up to Miss Holmes to solve the case as time runs out.

         

  • 03 Apr 2014 5:56 AM | Anonymous
    Commissioned by Next Stage Press as part of The Four Elements plays.
  • 09 Mar 2014 7:09 PM | Patricia L. Morin

    I am pleased to announce that my third collection of short stories, Confetti, A Collection of Cozy Crimes, was released on March 4, 2014. From a theme party in Mizpah, NJ, to a surfing incident on the north shore of Oahu, murders are planned. From a Malibu beach with remote control cars, to the northern hills of Las Vegas, people are disappearing. Confetti is available on Amazon at: http://www.amazon.com/Confetti-Collection-Patricia-L-Morin/dp/1496011864. To learn more about me and my writing, please visit: http://www.patricialmorin.com/. Warm Regards, Pat Morin

  • 19 Feb 2014 6:24 PM | Martha Patterson
    A short memoir of my mother published in The Sheepshead Review by Univ. of Wisconsin, fall 2013 issue.
  • 19 Feb 2014 6:12 PM | Martha Patterson

    My short play THAT'S LIFE! will be published online in WORK LITERARY MAGAZINE within the next 3-6 months in 2014.


    Synopsis: Simone, an editor at a publishing company in New York City, is on a deadline and gets two irritating phone calls at work.

  • 27 Jan 2014 8:37 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton
    "The Fish in the Dumpster," a dramatic monologue for a young woman is included in a new anthology SCENES from the Common Wealth: Short Plays & Monologues by Kentucky Women, ed., Shan Ayers (MotesBooks 2013). $15. Contact nancygallclayton@earthlink.net for details.
  • 24 Jan 2014 12:26 AM | Diane Grant
    A monologue about Old Hollywood, published by interJACtions - Monologues at the Heart of Human Nature, Volume 11.
  • 22 Jan 2014 12:51 PM | Elana Gartner (Administrator)
    Monologues from my scripts "Daughter" and "Because of Beth" were published in "Audition Monologues for Young Women #2: More Contemporary Auditions for Aspiring Actresses" (Meriwether Publishing) by Gerald Ratliff. Available for purchase on Amazon. 
  • 20 Dec 2013 4:43 PM | JULIA PASCAL
    HONEYPOT, A DEAD WOMAN ON HOLIDAY, NINEVEH, BROKEN ENGLISH.
    Four political plays by Julia Pascal published by Oberon Books.

    Honeypot explores Susanne, a 33 year old Swedish mother who goes to Israel to join Mossad as a honeypot. She is used as part of Operation Vengeance in the aftermath of the assassination of Israeli athletes in the Munich Olympics.

    Woman On The Bridge is the journey of 55 year old London  journalist Judith who goes to the Brooklyn Bridge to jump off it.

    Nineveh is set in a whale where four ex-soldiers come to terms with the horror of their actions and try to find a way out.

    Broken English is set in London in 1947 where Jewish nationalists plot to kill the Foreign Secretary as a way of spotlighting his quota of Jewish entry into Palestine. The play is based on a real event.

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