Al Gore Rhythm (2023)
(2 M, 2F) [drama]
A.I. technology and its discontents in the
(very) near future.
The Diary of Anya Drozdova (2021)
(5 F, 3 M) [drama; "a play with music"]
A depiction of the plight of women in the
Soviet gulag on the eve of World War II.
Quarantined! Musical COVID-19
(2 M, 2 F) [musical, comedy, short]
Some NYU room mates humorously endure the
outbreak of the pandemic. Could this be love? Probably not . . .
Hijab at First
(1 M, 1 F) [musical, romance, short]
A busker at the Marcy Avenue Station engages
with a Muslim woman - leading to a deep discussion about religion, a bit
of shared music, and the onset of romance.
(2 M, 3F) [drama]
An Iraq War veteran is encouraged by an
empathetic VA counselor to overcome the struggles of his battlefield
injuries and move on with his life.
Dido: Queen of Carthage (2017)
(4 M, 4 F) [drama]
Forced from the throne she shares with her brother in Tyre, Princess
Dido flees with her followers to the African coast – where they
the "new city" of Carthage.
The Pound: A Musical for the Dogs
(6 F, 3 M, 3 N) [musical, comedy]
It’s Laura’s first day of work at Eastview Municipal Animal Shelter -
and she suddenly discovers that she can actually understand what the
dogs in the shelter are saying! She then strives to find a way out of
the shelter for all of the dogs.
Sasquatched! The Musical
(8 M, 4 F + ensemble) [musical, comedy]
Bigfoot is real - but he's a lot different than you think! Arthur the
Sasquatch is an articulate intelligent, gentle, and dignified creature.
Chaos ensues when he attempts to elude a ruthless TV crew investigating
Bigfoot - as the stage erupts into hilarious high jinx and social
(1 M, 1 F) [comedy, short]
A couple returns home after seeing a ten minute play festival and
expresses their criticism of the plays - even as their own lives then
seem to become a series of scenes similar to the plays that they have
'Til Death (2016)
(1 M, 2 F) [drama, short]
Husband and wife . . . and murder. But who done what?
(3 M, 1 F + ensemble) [comedy, one act]
The story of how drama itself was invented.
(2 M, 2 F) [drama, one act]
An elderly man suffering from dementia
struggles to understand his situation and maintain a relationship with
Waiting for Ellie (2023)
(2 F, 1 M) [drama, short]
Active shooter at the local school; two
mothers anxiously wait for their children to exit the building.
Field of Screams (2022)
(3 F) [dramedy, short]
Based on actual events: three frazzled mothers are pushed to their
breaking point during the pandemic, and meet outside on an athletic
field in order to loudly vent their frustrations.
Socially Distant (2021)
(1 M, 1 F) [dramedy, short]
Meet/cute - pandemic style.
Drowning in Piles of Stuff (2020)
(1 M, 2 F, 1 N) [comedy, short]
A family fills their home with lots of stuff - but their need for stuff
never seems to be satisfied, and their ability to get rid of anything is
Alexa, Fix My Relationship! (2019)
(1 F, 1 M) [comedy, short]
Libby - a single young woman who relies on Alexa too much - attempts to
salvage her relationship with her boyfriend.
The Ten Minutes After (2019)
(1 M, 1 F) [drama, short]
Medical research indicates that there can be neural activity in the
brain for ten minutes after a person’s body dies . . .
The Quick Start Guide to Booting Your
(2 M, 1 F) [comedy, short]
Amy - a single woman looking for love and fed up with every man that she
has ever met - decides to splurge on the latest technology: a Man-Bot.
(1 M, 1 F) [comedy, short]
A pioneer couple on the Oregon Trail faces their worst fears when their
supplies run out and they become lost. In desperation, they turn to
their last resource: the internet.
Habeas Non Corpus (2017)
(1 M, 1 N) [drama, short]
A man is called into the city morgue to identify a body, but finds it
very difficult to comply with the coroner’s request.