New Plays that will be released in the coming months (Release Date Subject to Change)



JULY 2023

It’s the winter of 2017. Recently divorced and raising her child alone in the town in which she grew up, Julie has returned to Guilford, CT. Upon the mysterious visit of a stranger on a snowy night, Julie is prompted to return to her childhood home. After some misgivings, she does so, and it is in that home from her past that she experiences flashbacks to her beloved brother’s fall into the grasp of mental illness. Poetic, touching, and honest, 77 U-Turn is about going home again, parenting, love, loss, confusion and what happens when we turn around and look back before moving forward.

  • Cast Size: 1W
  • Running Time: About an Hour
  • Royalty Rate: $50 per performance

After the unexpected death of her fiancé and subsequent tabloid scandal in Vegas, Maria is back in her hometown with no job, no money, and her mother, Patty, for a roommate. Her best friend Amber insists on dragging her to the local bar where she’s got to face the people from her past, and just when Maria thinks her chance at happiness is lost forever she meets Tommy, an almost-famous-rock-star bartender. Can Maria escape the grip of her old life for the chance to escape to something new?

  • Cast Size: 2M 3W
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

Baker’s Dozen is a collection of 13 short comedies and dramas for 1, 2, or 3 actors of various ages. From a drama in which the same-sex partner and the homophobic sister of a dying man meet for the first time, to a comedy about a man summoning a demon on a dating app; from a monologue in which a man recalls the sexual abuse he suffered when he was thirteen, to the gentle humor of an older gay couple bickering about aging and flirtatious baristas—these pieces—and more—demonstrate the great variety of the gay experience.

  • Cast Size: Flexible
  • Running Time: Variable
  • Royalty Rate: $75 for the whole evening, Contact for individual pieces

Sulking under a bundle of balloons, a woman sits on a bench. Out of the blue, another woman joins her. One of them claims to know the other, yet the feelings are not reciprocated. Through the tension of small talk, questioning and silence, many shocking truths unfold as they both try to figure out the purpose of this mysterious encounter.

  • Cast Size:2W
  • Running Time: Under an Hour
  • Royalty Rate: $40 per performance

In 1898, Edmond Rostand took a real 17th Century poet/duelist and adapted him for a 19th Century audience. Cyrano De Bergerac was one of France’s greatest theatrical successes and its plot has been repurposed countless times. In this adaptation, the gender of the characters is switched, without altering their behavior. We see a world where women are the soldiers, poets and Cardinals and the men fight and preen for their attention. The classic story of a poet/musketeer with a big nose begins in a theatre and ends in a Monastery. In between, Cyrana battles prejudice with wit, battles real threats with a sword and battles her own insecurities with love. Rostand’s combination of humor, poetry, romance and life threatening conflict takes on a new power with 21st Century resonance.

  • Cast Size: 6M 15W
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes 
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

Two intertwined holiday plays that take a different look at the famous Christmas legend of Rudolph the red-nosed Reindeer. 


Rudolph is being bullied so he runs away from the North pole.  But when a super big storm  comes, and Santa can’t ride without him, Rudolph needs to trust in his friends to get the help he needs to get back in time.


A holiday tale that reveals how Rudolph  continues helps out  others by sharing his personal story of triumph. When he meets Suzie McSneezer, an elf who feels worthless because of her constant need to sneeze, he shares a glimpse of his past.  A wonderful friendship begins that is sure to inspire and bring holly red cheer and evergreen to all.

  • Cast Size: Flexible
  • Running Time: Each under an hour
  • Royalty Rate: $75 for both shows, $40 for each

In this comedy, a group of high school students take summer jobs at Golden Olden Adventure Towne, an old-school theme park opening up a highly anticipated new roller coaster. G.O.A.T is having trouble adapting to a changing world where the theme park’s old colonial themes don’t quite work the way they used to. When valuables begin to go missing, the employees quickly suspect the thief is among them. What they don’t suspect is an unlikely show of empathy, a new understanding of democracy, and a chance to reimagine some of the park’s more bizarre policies.

  • Cast Size: 1M 9W (Flexible)
  • Running Time: 55 minutes
  • $50 per performance

As her husband serves in WWII, Hilda takes over the family business. Soon after returning home from war, Lyle’s health deteriorates. Some of the younger waitresses at the diner are suspicious of Hilda’s intentions with the men in town because of her magnanimous personality. After Hilda’s life is threatened, her brother-in-law wonders if Hilda is a victim or a black widow. 

  • Cast Size: 2M 5W
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

Brought back to their childhood home to care for their ailing grandmother, young prodigal playwright Sloane and their botanist husband Gwyn are struggling to settle the estate after their lives are uprooted by tragedy. A sudden spiral of Sloane’s obsession with completing their masterpiece in the unsettling old house forces Gwyn to confront the safety of Sloane regurgitating their family trauma into their art. When Gwyn’s childhood friend Beckham arrives to help the couple bury the hatchet, they soon discover there may be more to the house, and to Sloane, hidden beneath the foundation. If the basement is the stomach… then what’s the basement door?

  • Cast Size: 2M 1W/NB 1NB
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

While Ingrid Betancourt, a former senator and anti-corruption activist, was running for President of Colombia, she was kidnapped by the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias (FARC), a Marxist revolutionary terrorist organization. This story is a theatrical imagining based on those events. The Woman narrates through “intrusive memory,” a symptom of PTSD, grappling with an ever-present series of moments in her life as the play moves in time and place via fragmentary scenes in a variety of locations. The Man shifts kaleidoscopically between roles including FARC commanders and guards; the Woman’s deceased father; her children, who are growing up without her; God; and her lover, a fellow hostage. 

  • Cast Size: 1M 1W
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

1937. A Hollywood party celebrating the completion of the filming of Little Miss Miracle, the latest from Audrey O’Rourke, child star and box office darling. When a budding starlet turns up dead and a powerful studio chief is found unconscious, all the glittering guests become potential next victims as well as suspects. A twisty and funny mystery that captures the glamour and history of Hollywood’s Golden Age

  • Cast Size: 3M 6W 1FC
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

SEPT 2023

  • AMITYVILLE ’74 by Tommy Jamerson
  • CACTUS, TEXAS by Dane Futrell
  • THE CAST WILL SCREAM! by Nathan Clift
  • COOLER NEAR THE LAKE by Philip Middleton Williams
  • COLLOSEUM CUPCAKES by Grizzly K. Sunshine
  • THE EARTHLING by Catherine Burford
  • STALLED by Eugenie Carabatsos
  • SUPERMAN BURNING by David Remschel

It’s 1842 in Paris. Germany’s most famous living poet, Heinrich Heine, is living there in exile. When he goes to meet his cousin and little-known friend Karl Marx, he manages to save Marx’s daughter’s life. But Heine then watches as the police arrive to arrest his cousin for seditious activities. Heine promises to help Marx gain his release. That requires Heine to visit his influential mistress Madame Morisot — just as he plans to break things off with her and marry a pretty young shopgirl. Soon afterwards both Heine and Marx are challenged to duels. Based on actual events, The Germans In Paris tellsthe astonishing, adventure-filled true story of how a brilliant poet came to foresee the horrors of the twentieth century through his close acquaintance with Communism’s founding father.

  • Cast Size: 5M 3W
  • Running Time 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

OCT 2023

NOV 2023

  • CASTLE ON THE HILL by Elizabeth Mozer
  • A GODAWFUL SMALL AFFAIR by Hayley St. James

FEB 2024

MAR 2024

  • THE LONE WOLF SOCIETY by Anthony J. Piccione

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