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  • 27 Nov 2020 7:00 PM | Donna Gordon

    "A HIDDEN BANQUET" by Donna Gordon will be read on zoom.  A series of plays using the prompt of Leftovers will be presented Friday night, Nov. 27th at 7:30 p.m. by Scripteasers of San Diego.  The play is Donna's interpretation of relevant passages from the novel "Jane Eyre". Find the link to Scripteasers of San Diego on Facebook.

  • 20 Nov 2020 1:09 AM | Tavi Juárez

    "The United States of Huevos"   by Tavi Juárez & Stephen Tsimpides has been accepted into the Fifth Avenue Theatre of New York Virtual Fall 2020 Play Festival! 

    Please find below a link to the Festival page with all of the play entries, as well as a link to a Youtube Reading of "The United States of Huevos." 

    Festival Page: 

    Youtube Reading:

    This festival is a play competition so each vote for my chicken play is greatly appreciated! To vote, simply text "The United States of Huevos" to +16318984205. 

    Play Synopsis:

    Six chickens decide whether or not to fly the coop after a member of their roost is violently carried away by a hawk. Is it safer out there or in here? Who can they trust? This ten-minute comedy is an allegory for Trump’s 2020 America. Who will survive?

    Cast & Credits:

    Tavi Juárez ("Karen")

    Stephen Tsimpides ("Big Red") 

    Cameron Moser ("Jim")

    Lindsey Bristol ("Karen")

    Shay Thomas ("Beto")

    Janelle Lawrence ("Elle")

  • 13 Nov 2020 8:00 PM | Patricia Milton (Administrator)


    A "zingy comedy" - Bay Area Reporter

    America’s Self-Help Sweetheart, MJ Powers, has built her brand on creating the ultimate guide to the perfect relationship. In real life, her lover Natalie is suing over the personal details in her latest book, her career is on the brink, and it looks like her “ultimate guide” is a jumbled roadmap. A brand new comedy of bad manners, The Law of Attraction explores just how miserable “perfect” really can be. 

    Oct 14-December 31, at the New Conservatory Theatre Center, San Francisco, CA

    Tickets and information

  • 11 Nov 2020 8:43 PM | Patricia Milton (Administrator)

    EXTENDED! Through December 31 at


    In the wake of a tragic and senseless act of gun violence, two women strive to connect despite their grief and guilt. Zayne is determined to learn if her colleague could have foreseen the shooting, or even prevented it. Hannah is fed up with clichéd calls for “thoughts and prayers.” She has a secret, daring plan to put an end to the violence once and for all. But will her idea work … or might it create collateral damage? Inside a culture that’s inundated with news of everyday shootings, two citizens struggle to understand their duties as bystanders.

    This is an audio play available for free/donation.

  • 04 Nov 2020 4:19 PM | Susan Decatur

    Susan Decatur's 10-minute play, Denise's Do-Over, was selected by The Drama Workshop for its "Home View Theater" and will be available for viewing on December 4th as an online filmed performance. Tickets are available for $5 and can be purchased at the following link: or by calling the box office at (513)598-8303. 

  • 07 Oct 2020 12:29 PM | Christine Emmert

    My play, A YEAR OF BLUE JAYS, is part of the BridgePHL fall theater festival.  This piece is presented with four other short pieces on October 22nd at 7 pm.  This year is BridgePHL is doing their productions as virtual. You need to go on their website to register, but the event itself is free.  My play us acted by myself and my husband , Richard.  It tells of a morning with a couple watching the birds  while trying to sort out their life. I hope some of you see it and enjoy it. Christine Emmert 

  • 15 Sep 2020 7:30 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton

    Khaos Company Theatre is giving a free reading of "The Wedding Dress," Tuesday, September 15, 2020, 7:30 p.m. Eastern, one-night only. It's a quirky comedy about two sisters (one a hoarder, one a recycling guru) and their mother (who has been keeping a huge secret from both of them). This play won a KCT competition and the theatre plans a full production in 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana. A few minutes before 7:30, click on this URL to be taken to the show:  

  • 11 Sep 2020 7:30 PM | Emma Goldman-Sherman

    FUKT is an oddly uplifting personal tale of traumatic memory, incest, murder & private parts! With zombies, a striptease and song, this immersive, fearless journey to bare all is a healing balm for anyone with a secret.

    FUKT was a finalist at Unicorn and a finalist at BAPF and is available for download on NPX. The reading is part of Friday Night Footlights at the Dramatists Guild. Here's the link for reserve a free ticket!

  • 31 Jul 2020 8:00 PM | Elana Gartner

    Elana Gartner's "Before Lesbians" is a finalist for the 2020 Dayton's FutureFest. Due to the current circumstances, FutureFest has chosen to do readings of three of the six finalists. "Before Lesbians" will be available from July 31st-August 6th. Elana will be doing a live interview on August 2nd at 2pm EST through the Dayton Playhouse's Facebook live feed. Please stop by and ask questions! Tickets are available at

    When Charlotte and Vivian meet, they are about to marry their fiancés who are leaving to fight for President Lincoln. Through letters and visits, Charlotte and Vivian nurture their friendship, sharing books and projects to support the troops and their husbands. In an era where women were not recognized as sexual beings and when words did not exist for women falling in love, Charlotte and Vivian struggle to understand the confusing feelings they are developing for each other while the Civil War rages on.

  • 17 Jun 2020 5:00 PM | Mara Lathrop

    West of Lenin in Seattle, WA, USA will livestream a FREE reading of

    THE GARDEN OF MONSTERS by Mara Lathrop

    June 17, 5pm Pacific / 8pm Eastern. / June 18, 1am GMT

    In the final days of WWII, a Jewish GI encounters a dying Holocaust survivor and the last shred of hope in all the world. A hundred years later his great-granddaughter is caught up in a deadly pandemic and hope is the only thing that can save her.

    Directed by Greg Paul

    Featuring Adam Arkin, Sylvie Mae Baldwin, Kate Kraay, Craig MacArthur, Allison Siko, Jayne Taini and Max Urdell.

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    Hi Sisters and Mister Listers! Working in a virtual rehearsal room is both weird and comfortingly familiar. Certainly the technical demands are different -- there's not a music stand or a folding chair in sight. On the other hand, viewing the virtual rehearsal space with my mike and camera turned off while director and actors work moments and talk through transitions is as thrilling to me as if I was sitting  in the corner of any real room.The theatre and the Production Manager are in Seattle. I'm participating from my dining room table in Port Townsend 70 miles from Seattle  as the crow flies. The director lives in Brooklyn but joins us from a log cabin in rural Wisconsin.The actors are in Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago and New York. My director Greg and I have assembled a great cast.I am blessed to be working with them. Please join us as we tell a story about what it might take to change the world. 

    Hoping for the best,

    Mara Lathrop


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