Welcome To Paradise by Julie Marino
Comedy-Drama/ 5 Characters, 2 Men, 3 Women/ Full Length, Two Acts
Evelyn thinks this may be her last solo trip to her Caribbean beach house before encroaching old age and interfering children dictate otherwise. Global vagabond Rory is just looking for a warm, congenial pit stop.
Sons and Lovers by Donna Hoke
Comedy/ 4 Characters, 3 men, 1 woman/ Full Length, Two Acts
Ellen knows the score — her son is gay and her husband is cheating — but it’s so much easier to pretend than to talk about it.
Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime by Julia Britton
Drama/ 15 Characters, 8 Men, 6 Women, 1 Either/Or/ Full Length, Two Acts
Hard pressed by Lord Arthur Savile, a chiromantist reads the distinguished gentleman’s palms and reveals that he will commit a murder. Obsessed with the revelation, and in love with his fiancée, Lord Savile is concerned that he might murder her. He finds a solution: Killing someone else.
Christmas 2.0 by Donna Hoke
Comedy/ 5 Characters, 3 Women, 2 Men/ Full Length
All Angela wants is a happy Christmas, but her daughter’s left for college, her husband’s busy with fantasy football, and her cat won’t stop peeing where he shouldn’t.
7-10 Split by Michael G. Wilmot
Comedy/ 4 Characters, 3 Men, 1 Woman or 2 Men, 2 Women/ Full Length, Two Acts
When a Crown Prince from an exotic foreign country offers him millions to get his fortune out of the country, Earl devises a “foolproof plan” to turn the tables on the Prince.
Don’t Touch Me With Your Right Hand by Sean Slater
Comedy/ 4 Men/ Short play
Two applicants for the same job meet in toa waiting room. One has a very ingenious, if somewhat disgusting, plan to make sure he’s hired.
Man+Woman=Play by Sean Slater
Comedy/ 2 Characters, 2 Men/ Short play
Man meets Woman, Man gets Woman, sort of, Woman gets irritated with Man, Man loses Woman, in 10 scenes.
No Tell Motel by Michael G. Wilmot
Comedy/ 4 Characters, 2 Men, 1 Woman, 1 Either/or/ Full Length, Two Acts
Brandon and Sarah arrive at a seedy motel for a fun afternoon, but guilt, misunderstandings, a meddling motel manager with “issues,” and the fallout from a Bible salesman with ulterior motives get in the way.
Buying The Moose by Michael G. Wilmot
Comedy/ 4 Characters, 2 Men, 2 Women/ Full Length, Two Acts
Women ask, “Why do men do the crazy things they do?” Sometimes the answer is simpler than it first seems.
To Each Their Own by Tracey Knight Narang
Drama/ 5 Characters, 3 Women, 2 Men/ Full Length
After years of heartbreaking infertility, career couple Liz and John unexpectedly become pregnant. Exhilaration and honesty are quickly replaced by jealousy and deceit when important moral issues, and a dark family secret, threaten their marriage.
The Dallas File by Kenneth Robbins
Drama/ 4 characters/ 2 men, 2 women/ Full Length, Two Acts
A young journalist and his wife are in danger after he finds a file left behind by his late father, containing information about the murder of John F. Kennedy. “Suspense, quick moving dialogue and an ending that comes as a shocker.”
A Weekend in Logatec by Evdokimos Tsolakidis
Comedy-Drama/ 4 characters, 3 Men, 1 Woman/ Short play, 15 minutes
Marcos takes a short vacation for a weekend, in Logatec, Slovenia, far away from his home in Athens, Greece. This happens every year right before his long vacations with his family at a Greek island.
Hello, Last Page Of My Life! by Julia Britton
Drama-Comedy/ 17 Characters, 7 Men, 4 Women, 6 Either/Or/ Full Length, Two Acts
The story of Anton Chekhov seen from the perspective of the two women in his life, actress Olga Knipper, his mistress and later wife, and his devoted sister Masha.
The Way It Is by Donna Hoke
Comedy-Drama/ 2 Characters, 1 Man, 1 Woman/ Full Length, Two Acts
When Cane dumps fiancée Yasmine after eight years, he thinks he’s done with the relationship. But a trip back to their apartment to collect his things becomes a lesson in truth… and consequences.
The Mark of Cain by Gary Earl Ross
Drama/ 15 Characters, 4 Men, 4 Women, 7 Either/Or — Doubling possible/ Full Length, Two Acts
It’s the summer of 1925. In a northern city, Dr. Ossian Cain buys his dream house . . . in an all-white neighborhood. A mob attacks the house to force the Cains out, a shot is heard, someone dies. Can celebrated “attorney for the damned” Charles Durham, just back from the Monkey Trial in Tennessee, save the Cain family from the electric chair?
Murder Squared by Gary Earl Ross
Drama-Comedy/ 7-10 Characters, 3 Men, 3 Women, 1-4 Either/Or/ Full Length, Two Acts
Four stories, four crimes, four surprises. Four wildly different journeys into suspense and the unexpected make for one singular evening of mystery.
The Scavenger’s Daughter by Gary Earl Ross
Drama-Mystery-Thriller/ 6 Characters, 3 Men, 3 Women/ Full Length, Two Acts
The Scavenger’s Daughter explores the impact of senile dementia and mental instability on a single family.
A Singular Man by Julia Britton
Drama/ 1 Character, 1 Man/ One Act
English writer Christopher Isherwood relives and reviews his life at Cambridge University and in Nazi Germany, where he wrote the famous Berlin Stories.
Odd Job Man by Peter Harrison
Drama/ 6 Characters, 4 Men, 2 Women/ Full Length, Two Acts
No unseemly clumsiness has ever marred the smooth efficiency of public executioner Albert Pierrepoint’s technique. Then one night, a young woman walks through the door of the public house and asks to speak to him. As it becomes clear that she has a personal interest in one of Albert’s many executions, both Albert and his devoted wife, Anne, finally confront the personal pain behind so many of those judicial deaths.
Children & Youth
The Wind and the Sun by Mark Scrivener
Drama/ 1 Male, 3 of any gender/ One Act
The Wind and the Sun disagree about who is stronger. They decide to see who can make a Traveller take off his cloak. Which is more powerful — coldness and fury, or warmth and persuasion?
Second Sight by G. Scott Eldredge
Drama/ 7 Characters, 3 male, 4 female/ Full Length, Two Acts
In the history of Jonathan’s family, the eldest child in each generation develops second sight on their 13th birthday. But for unknown reasons his mother didn’t receive the sight, and the last person who did abandoned the family 40 years ago, after being released from a mental institution.
The Tiger, the Brahman, and the Jackal by Mark Scrivener
Children & Youth/ 6 Characters, 6 Either/or/ One Act
A brahman lets the tiger out of the cage. The hungry tiger wants to eat him — can he find anyone who disagrees with the tiger and can help him?
Tooth by Fred Rohan Vargas
Drama/ 5 Characters, 1 Man, 4 Women/ One Act, 15 mins.
Adamanda is excited about what she’ll find under her pillow when she wakes up in the morning. However, she finds it hard to sleep when she is visited by three tooth fairies who desperately want her tooth.
Nail Broth by Mark Scrivener
Comedy/ 2 Characters, 1 Man, 1 Woman/ One Act
Nettie Skeen says she has no food in the place. Not a problem for the cunning tramp as he can make a good broth from a nail. All he needs to make it really good are a few extra ingredients . .
The Seven Foolish Fishers by Mark Scrivener
Comedy/ 9 characters/ Short play, 10 minutes
Seven foolish fishers check to see that they are all together. Yet no matter how each one counts, one of them is always missing. Can the stranger Goodsense find the missing fisher?