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  • 12 Jan 2016 2:46 PM | Catherine Frid

     Created through a unique collaboration between a professional playwright and a group of seniors, this collection of scenes is based on true stories from the lives of seniors today.

     Our Voices: Senior Selfies celebrates seniors’ empowerment through vignettes that are hilarious, insightful and poignant. These 19 scenes include “Smart Alec Car Sales;” a mock tv game show “So You Think You Can Help;” the “Best Adult Child” competition with audience voting by ballot; “Quickie,” a (non) conversation about sex; and an original rollicking finale song.

     Playwright Catherine Frid worked with a storytelling group of seniors over five months to collect and craft the material for Our Voices: Senior Selfies. These scenes are for 1-9 actors, and are 1-15 minutes long. They can be presented as a two-act show or as stand-alone vignettes, and work well for script-in-hand presentations.

    Published by ArtAge Publications:

  • 08 Dec 2015 11:26 AM | Nancy Gall-Clayton

    One-Act Play Depot, based in Spiritwood, Saskatchewan, Canada, is publishing "Discovery," a 16-page play with 3 female characters. The play is about a teen who "feels" Jewish and breaks into the agency that handled her adoption, to learn the truth. More information at

  • 16 Oct 2015 3:32 PM | B.J. Burton

    This book features interviews with some of Philadelphia's most influential and successful playwrights, including Jacqueline Goldfinger, Arden Kass, and Kimmika Williams-Witherspoon. The interviews include early influences, the creative process, and advice to writers. Published by Intellect Books, 2015.

  • 10 Oct 2015 4:54 PM | Monica Raymond

    Stel's monologue from THE OWL GIRL appears in the newly issued Best Stage Monologues for Women 2015 from Smith and Kraus.

  • 15 Sep 2015 11:37 AM | Deleted user

    Marcia Mayfield has returned to the same hotel on the Riviera every August for the last forty-two years.  There, she meets up with the one true love of her life, Charles DÁnjou, and they spend two weeks together despite the fact that each is married to someone else.  This summer, however, Marcia’s adult daughter shows up unannounced, and Marcia must juggle her efforts to help Carol choose her life’s path while trying to find a way to tell Charles she must finally end the affair.  Can Marcia keep her secret from Carol, and is the affair the only secret Marcia’s hiding?  What is the dark secret only Charles knows?

    This play was a finalist in a number of competitions in 2013 & 2014, including the Ashland New Play Festival.  It was the winner at the Northeast Indiana Play Festival in 2014 and was given a full production run at the Fort Wayne Civic Theatre.  

    Cast of 4: 2W/2M 
    (3 Characters are aged 70+ and may be played by actors 50 and older.)

  • 06 Jul 2015 12:04 PM | Deleted user

    Col.lecció Teatre  Entreacte, AADPC (Associació d'Actors i Directors de Catalunya) no. 63, Barcelona, 2006

    Introduction by playwright Rosa Victòria Gras.

  • 06 Jul 2015 12:00 PM | Deleted user

    Textos A part, Teatre Contemporani, Arola Editors, Tarragona , 1ª edició, Març 2009.

    Introduction by Miquel Caminal, Director of the Democratic Memorial.

  • 06 Jul 2015 11:55 AM | Deleted user

    Her poem  Adelante  is included in this anthology

    Published by Centro de Estudios Poéticos, Madrid 2009

    Edired by Manuel López Rodríguez

  • 06 Jul 2015 11:47 AM | Deleted user

    Introduction by Jack Hirschmann.

    Published by C.C. Marimbo, Berkeley, 2011

  • 06 Jul 2015 11:45 AM | Deleted user

    Her poems Winter Flower and Ode to Oscar Grant Plaza are included in this anthology.

    Jambu Press, Studio Saraswati, San Francisco, 2012

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