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  • 23 Jun 2012 4:57 AM | Anonymous
    THE MAID'S DAY OFF, A full-length comedy. Present-day, full-length play about Sophia, a young, struggling American actress who is shacking up with Nick, an aging, semi-retired English rock star in London. With booze flowing freely, their talk ranges from Shakespeare to interracial marriages, snooty shopkeepers, and Sophia’s career as an actress. Impatient with Sophia, Nick sends her packing. When they meet five years later in New York, Sophia is now a successful but troubled film star. Will they connect this time, or will their conversation revolve mostly around Nick’s obsession with losing his current maid? Paperback. Available on Amazon, and by phone from JAC Publishing: 781-272-2066 or at  Published 2012.
  • 23 Jun 2012 4:54 AM | Anonymous
    TALKING TO STRANGERS was first produced Off-Off-Broadway by Love Creek Productions. It is a one act comedy set in New York City, about a young man and woman who meet by accident on a bench in Central Park. Anne’s boyfriend has just knocked her into a fountain and she enters dripping wet. At first put off by her openness, Harry, a friendly but quiet graphic artist, seeks to end the conversation quickly, but then finds Anne more interesting as she reveals her insecurities to him, and they develop a friendship through a long conversation about their jobs, love lives, dates with celebrity look-alikes, and loss of virginity. At the end of the play Harry invites Anne to spend the night on a sofa in his apartment, just to get away from her boyfriend – but will Anne accept his invitation? Paperback. Available on Amazon, and by phone from JAC Publishing: 781-272-2066 or at
    Published 2010.
  • 23 Jun 2012 4:48 AM | Anonymous
    WHAT WOMEN WANT, A Collection of Nine Short Plays. All feature strong women's roles. Includes comedy and drama; suitable for wide range of ages. These plays have been produced at Northwest Changing Scene Theatre, Washington; Thespian Productions, Florida; Pink Banana Theatre, Wisconsin; Short + Sweet Festival, Sydney, Australia. Paperback. Available on Amazon, and by phone from JAC Publishing: 781-272-2066 or at  Published 2012.
  • 26 Feb 2012 2:33 PM | Deleted user
    We license the 45-minute jukebox musical We Did It For You! Women's Journey Through History (by ICWP member Thea Iberall) to high schools, colleges, theatrical troupes, women's organizations, and traveling shows. Script, published by SMART Theatre Productions, can be purchased at Performance rights are available. 22 female characters (can be performed by 8 actors).
  • 02 Dec 2011 6:39 PM | G.L. Horton
    Monologues by G.L. Horton are published in this anthology, Millennium Monologues. 95 contemporary characterizations for young actors. Edited by Gerald E. Ratliff. Published by Meriwether Publishing, Ltd. Copyright 2002.
  • 02 Dec 2011 6:36 PM | G.L. Horton
    Monologues by G.L. Horton are published in this anthology, Audition Monologues for Young Women. Contemporary audition pieces for aspiring actresses. Edited by Gerald E. Ratliff. Published by Meriwether Publishing, Ltd. Copyright 2011.
  • 11 Nov 2011 3:24 PM | Patricia Milton
    The 20-minute play, Busybody, by Patricia Milton, and published by Original Works Publishing, is now available in the Kindle edition.

    Read more about Busybody here.

    Order Busybody here
  • 20 Aug 2011 8:09 AM | Tammy Ryan
    DARK PART OF THE FOREST is available now from Broadway Play Publishing, Inc., June 2011.

    "Tammy Ryan should have called her new play "The Dark Part of the Marriage" instead of DARK PART OF THE the play's potent debut...Joan and Bill's faltering marriage is the main event.  What's also intriguing about DARK PART OF THE FOREST is the abundance of fairy tale imagery...Ryan has written no fairy tale, though.  She can be grimmer than the Grimm brothers--but just as enigmatically entertaining."
    -- Peter Filichia, The Star-Ledger

    "compact, poetic, turbulent writing...a vivid appreciation of how dark the forest that surrounds us can be...a topic that is both timely and eternal.."
    -- Chirstoopher Rawson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
  • 31 May 2011 10:48 AM | Christine Emmert

    My story LILITH is now an electronic book offered as a Kindle selection through  Price is $1.99.

    The story is based around Lilith, the mythological figure from the Old Testament who visits and torments a writer doing her thesis on the subject of Lilith. 

  • 14 Nov 2010 6:59 PM | Pam Steadman
    Saturday, November 20
    PLAY IN New York City (Midtown)
    9:00 PM -11:00 PM
    Also on Sunday, November 21--2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    Payan Theatre in New York City
    Times Square Arts Center
    300 W. 43rd Street, New York (Fifth floor Studio).
    Tickets: $18.00 at the door.
    Info: 212-957-8358

    Ten-MInute Play, "Going to the Dogs."
    What happens when a soured-on-life elitist and an aging bohemian 
    vegan try very hard to come to grips with life in a 55+ retirement 
    Mecca of Discontent?  “Irving,” the family dog, is really deceased 
    husband, Len, in this dark yet ridiculous comedy of lost 
    desires, regrets, and reincarnation! 
    Local Asbury Park playwright, Pam Munson Steadman, will be 
    directing her new short comedy, "Going to the Dogs," in 
    an off-off Broadway production 
    It is part of an arts festival of several short plays presented
     by Strike 38 Productions of Manhattan/John Chatterton

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