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  • 07 Jul 2018 1:38 PM | Anonymous

     two of my works are now available on Amazon - New World Theatre’s “Solitary Voice: A Collection of Epic Monologues,”

    As well as Nevertheless She Persisted, which was nominated for an Audie Award last week:

    You can also see my new playwright website!


    Amy Oestreicher

  • 07 Jul 2018 1:11 PM | JULIA PASCAL

    Julia Pascal co-edits The Secret Listeners with Thomas Kampe for Pascal Theatre Company. Published 2015.

  • 07 Jul 2018 10:19 AM | Anonymous

    I invite you to read my latest blog entries on Here is the link:

  • 27 Jun 2018 8:32 PM | Carolyn Wistrand

    Summer 2018 edition of Coachella Review, the literary journal of The University of California at Riverside/Palm Desert features the play, WATCHWOMEN by Carolyn Nur Wistrand.

     Watchwomen tells the story of a South African nursing student charged with stealing medicine from an American clinic. As she awaits her fate in jail, three young female ghosts with stories from the African homeland haunt her prison cell. Moving between urban America and the border of the Republic of Botswana and South Africa, Watchwomen offers a look at women and HIV/AIDS throughout the diaspora.

  • 16 Jun 2018 9:59 PM | Rachana Pandey
    1. Pandey, Rachana. “In Conversation with Manjula Padmanabhan.” Muse India Special Issue: Indian Feminism 78 (Mar-Apr 2018). Web. 28 April 2018. (ISSN No. 0975-1815).   
    2. Pandey, Rachana. “Men in Theatrical Performance.” Muse India 72 (Mar-Apr 2017). Web. 10 Apr. 2017.  
    3. “SITA: Retelling the Lila.” Muse India Focus: Écriture Feminine 64 (Nov-Dec 2015). Web.9 November 2015. (poem)
    Find the published work on this link      
  • 02 Jun 2018 11:06 AM | Robin Rice

    One-act play about twists and turns of dating and self-confidence. To be performed by teenagers. Licensed by Drama Notebook. 2018.

  • 02 Jun 2018 10:53 AM | Robin Rice

    An extended family chooses to live apart from the rest of the world on a mountain. A curious young man discovers them and wants to save them from disease that is diminishing their numbers, but that would require revealing their whereabouts and ruining their way of life. Based on real people. Winner of awards. Published by Blue Moon Press. 2018.

  • 02 Jun 2018 10:49 AM | Robin Rice

    A play with original songs to be performed by a large cast of children. Honey's mother is moving them from her beloved island home to New York City. Honey is distraught. One night she seeks a way to hide with the help of her friends, a wise pelican, a bossy rooster, a feminist hen, a school of minnows and a trumpet vine. Published by YouthPLAYS. 2018.

  • 02 Jun 2018 10:45 AM | Thoko Zulu

    The play has been selected for publication scheduled for November 2018 at the above link.

    Lunatic Synopsis

    Khanda, former driver to a presidential candidate is transfered to a female prison disguised as a woman. His two prison inmates, Sdudla and Bhakhosi are unaware Khanda is a man. The two women have been imprisoned to stop them betraying state secrets and constantly lie to stay alive but when alone they are vulnerable and confess who they are hoping to be rescued.

    Khanda is rejected by his cell mates and forms an alliance with Nyembezi, an emotionally unstable woman confined to an isolation wall. Two female guards Supervisor and Bhoza, who have the task of keeping all prisoners in check manipulate Khanda for their sexual needs. 

    Hell breaks loose when Bhakhosi discovers Khanda is a man, which leads to his death and Sdudla's insanity, torture and solitary confinement.

  • 09 Apr 2018 12:18 PM | MT Cozzola

    MT Cozzola's play BOY SMALL is featured in Applause Books' new anthology of monologues (Diana Amsterdam, editor) entitled "Later Chapters: The Best Monologues for Actors over 50", released in April, 2018.

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