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¦ 1m One-Male Plays ¦ 1f One-Female Plays ¦

¦ 1m1f One-Male-One-Female Plays ¦ 2m Two-Male Plays ¦ 2f Two-Female Plays¦

¦ 1m2f One-Male-Two-Female Plays ¦ 2m1f Two-Male-One-Female Plays ¦ 3m Three-Male Plays ¦ 3f Three-Female Plays ¦

¦ 1m3f One-Male-Three-Female Plays ¦ 2m2f Two-Male-Two-Female Plays ¦ 3m1f Three-Male-One-Female Plays ¦ 4m Four-Male Plays ¦ 4f Four-Female Plays ¦





One-Male Plays

Abducted!" a 20-minute drama in English set in a Detective questioning room, 1995, 2m1f, Stephen A. Schrum (American playwright, theatre lecturer, 1957-____)

Aliens! 3 Miles, Turn Left,” a 15-minute comic monologue in English set in a farmhouse living room, 1995, 1m, Schrum, Stephen A. (American playwright, assistant professor of communication and drama, 1957-____)

The Anniversary Present,” a 10-minute drama in English, translated by Rouzbeh Eftekhari from the original Farsi, set in Tehran, Iran, 2002, Seyed Afshin Hashemi (Iranian playwright, actor, October 12, 1975-____)

Arnold, the Dark Eagle," a 50-minute drama in English, set in Arnold's townhouse, London, England, midmorning, 1801, 1m, Robert S. Brown (American playwright, retired, 1933-____)

Artimanas" ["Tricks"], una farsa sobre los medios de comunicacion compuesta de tres piezas con un prologo y un epilogo [a farce about communication media composed of three pieces with a prolog and epilog], 1m, Manuel Chapuseaux (Dominican Republican playwright, actor, director, and teacher, 1954-____)

Ashes for Easter,” a soliloquy (genre unknown), 1m, David Watmough (Canadian playwright, 1932-____)

Balancing Act,” a 10-minute comic monolog in English about being a Libra, 1m or 1f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

Black Memory,” a soliloquy (genre unknown), 1m, David Watmough (Canadian playwright, 1932-____)

Bob's Small Engine and Mojo Repair," a 5-minute comedy in English, set in a small engine repair shop, daytime, 2004, 1m, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

The Calling,” a 45-minute intellectual/psychological detective drama in English, set in an apartment, spring evening, 1986, 1m, Thomalen, E. (American playwright, poet, February 16, 1936-____)

"Carolan's Cap," a 45-minute bare-stage interlude with music in English; also, translated into Finnish by Tiina Ripatti, set in a convivial 'Big House', evening as he takes his nightcap of ale, 1738, 1m (+ musicians), Miriam Gallagher (Irish playwright, novelist, screenwriter, 1940-____)

Ch-ch-changes,” a 10-minute anti-war drama in English, set one evening during a prolonged war in the U.S., 1f (or 1m + cat), James L. Secor (American playwright, writer, editor, teacher, 1947-____)

Dating Joe,” a 40-minute tragicomedy in English, set in Joe’s living room, Australia, 2000, 1m, Mark Fletcher (Australian playwright, software company manager, 1956-____)

Dear George," a 10-minute monologue in English, set in farm kitchen, Australia, 2002, 1m, Paula Williams (Australian playwright, short story writer, screen writer, 19__-____)

Diary of a Madman/Madwoman,” a 75-minute monodrama (performance piece) adapted from the classic Russian short story of Nikolay Vasilyevich Gogol (1809-1852) into English, set in a small room with simple furnishings, the present time, 1m or 1f, John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

The Drummer,” a ten-minute pantomime comedy-drama in English, set on a city pavement, morning, February, 1980, 1m (nonspeaking), Athol Fugard (South African Afrikaner playwright, 1932-____)

Earthbake," a bare-stage 15-minute drama in English, set in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A., 2004, 1m, Keith Alan Hemmerling (American playwright, President of The Hemmerling Foundation, October 10, 1955-____)

"El ombligo del Mundo,” a drama in Spanish about the history of Easter Island, 1m, Juan Fernando Cerdas (Costa Rican playwright, founder of Teatro Quetzal, 1950-____)

"El viaje en paracaidas,” a dramatization in Spanish of 10 poems by noted Spanish and Spanish-American authors, about the difficulty of remaining human, 1m, Juan Fernando Cerdas (Costa Rican playwright, founder of Teatro Quetzal, 1950-____)

Elmo on the Half Shell," a 20-minute drama set in a suburban living room, U.S.A., 1998, 1m, Christopher Wall (American playwright, 1970-____)

Ernst Busch in Captivity," a 5-minute drama in English, set in a British prison, June, 1945,, 1m, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Eternal Bliss,” a 13-minute mystery in English, set in an empty classroom or office, 2001, 1m, William Patrick “Scot” Walker (American playwright, author, editor, 19__-____)

Eyesight to the Blind," a bare-stage 15-minute drama in English, set in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A., 2004, 1m, Keith Alan Hemmerling (American playwright, President of The Hemmerling Foundation, October 10, 1955-____)

Fairies, Figurines, and Witches [aka Any Witch Way]," a bare-stage 45-minute drama in English, set in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A., December 28, 1999, 1m, Keith Alan Hemmerling (American playwright, President of The Hemmerling Foundation, October 10, 1955-____)

Family Ruins," a 10-minute melodrama in English, set in the downstairs parlor of a spooky old house, an April evening of 2003, 1m, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Filing In,” a 10-minute classic dark Australian comedy monologue in English with video projections, 1m, David Jobling (aka David Paul Jobling, Australian playwright, actor, lyricist, 1961-____)

A First Death,” a soliloquy (genre unknown), 1m, David Watmough (Canadian playwright, 1932-____)

A First Job,” a soliloquy (genre unknown), 1m, David Watmough (Canadian playwright, 1932-____)

Galileo: The Starry Messenger,” a 55-minute biographical drama in English set in Venice, 1610, 1m, Lindsay Price (Canadian playwright, 1969-____)

Going Home," a 7-minute sentimental comedy in English, set in a hospital ward, Australia, 1f, Paula Williams (Australian playwright, short story writer, screen writer, 19__-____)

Grey-Beard Loon,” a 20-minute lyrical drama of the sea in English, set on the deck of the sailing vessel The Splintered Cross, the present time with flashbacks to the Eighteenth Century, 1m, L. Harris (American playwright, screenwriter, 1960-____)

"Harry and Friends," a 20-minute comedy in English, set in New York City circa 1975 or present, 1m, Mary Humphrey Baldridge (Canadian playwright, 1937-____)

"How The West Was Won, or . . . ," a 60-minute melodrama in English, set in Western Canada/the Hot Springs, Banff, Alberta, circa the end of the nineteenth century, 1m, Mary Humphrey Baldridge (Canadian playwright, 1937-____)

I, Dadius,” a 15-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the living room of a cozy suburban home, winter, 2000, 1m, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

"In Memory (a Statenislandferry Play)," a 17-minute comedy-drama in English, set in New York City, circa 2003 or present, 1m, Mary Humphrey Baldridge (Canadian playwright, 1937-____)

In the Mood,” a soliloquy (genre unknown), 1m, David Watmough (Canadian playwright, 1932-____)

"Is This a Friendly Visit," a 20-minute comedy-drama in English, set in any place, any time, 1m, Mary Humphrey Baldridge (Canadian playwright, 1937-____)

Jesus Tonight!” a 10-to-120-minute biographical discourse originally in Aramaic, now in English, set on a bare stage, anytime, 1m, Neil Elliott (American playwright, 19__-____)

Kreskin Be Damned,” an 8-minute comic monologue in English, set anywhere, anytime, 1m, Jamie Pachino (American playwright, teacher, 1965-____)

"La historia de Ixquic,” a drama in Spanish based on the Popol Vuh, with songs and dances, and the use of authentic instruments, 1m, Juan Fernando Cerdas (Costa Rican playwright, founder of Teatro Quetzal, 1950-____)

Law School Suicide," a 45-minute bare-stage musical drama in English, set in Virginia, New York, U.S.A., 1979-1983, 1m, Keith Alan Hemmerling (American playwright, President of The Hemmerling Foundation, October 10, 1955-____)

The Life and Times of Sebastian Melmoth," a 23-minute play in English, set in a theater/lecture hall, 1m, Ruth Bowman (American playwright, writer, 1954-____)

Made in The USA-Snapshots of the American Dream,” a 90-minute performance piece in English set around America, 1m, Settani, Dan (Italian-American actor, playwright, April 23, 1970-____)

The Most Honest Murderer of the World,” a __-minute drama in English, translated by Rouzbeh Eftekhari, Noushin Seidhosseini, Hooman Khodadost from the original Farsi, set in Tehran, Iran, 2002, 1m or 1f (or more), Seyed Afshin Hashemi (Iranian playwright, actor, 19__-____)

My Day,” a 15-minute monodrama in English set at a high school state track meet, 1992, 1m, Jeffery Scott Elwell (American college professor, playwright, 1957-____)

An Ordinary Morning,” a 25-minute drama in English set in a kitchen, 1990, 1m, Jeffery Scott Elwell (American college professor, playwright, 1957-____)

Out of Eden," an 8-minute tragicomedy in English, set inside a uterus, anytime, 1m

The Living Breathing Will,” a 55-minute drama in English set indeterminately without regard to time, 1m, Christopher Paw (Canadian playwright, producer, 1967-January 5, 2004)

Man and Machine,” a 30-minute drama in English, set on a back porch, 1991, 1m, James C. Burke (American playwright, graduate student, September 28, 1958-____)

Memoirs of Jesus,” a 65-minute drama in English, set in Galilee, last three years of Jesus' life, 1m , Harry Cronin (American playwright, writer, chaplain, 1935-____)

The Mermaid from Malibu," a 45-minute comedy in English, set in China, 2004, 1m, Keith Alan Hemmerling (American playwright, President of The Hemmerling Foundation, October 10, 1955-____)

The Morning of September 11, 2001, in Hell," a 5-minute dark comedy in English, set in Hell, morning of Sepember 11, 2001, 1m, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Phi Beta Decapitation," a 30-minute drama in English, set in Providence, New York, U.S.A., 1977, 1m, Keith Alan Hemmerling (American playwright, President of The Hemmerling Foundation, October 10, 1955-____)

Play 'Melancholy Baby,'” a bare-stage fifty-five-minute drama in English, 1m, Felicia Londré (aka Felicia Hardison Londré, American playwright, dramaturg, Shakespearean analyst, theatre historian and critic, and translator from French, Spanish, and Russian, 1941-____)

Murmuring in a Dead Tongue," a 30-minute comedy-drama in English, set in _____, 200_, 1m, Rogers, J.T. (American playwright, 19__-____)

Patience," a 10-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a hospital waiting room, England, 2003, 1m, Olivia Smedley (British playwright, 1972-____)

The Procedure,” a 68-minute political comedy in English, set on an upper floor of The Pyramid, a high rise building in any large city, a Friday evening, 2000, 1m (+4m1f voices), Peta L. Murray (Australian playwright, 1958-____)

Puppy Love: The Play,” a 60-minute play in English, 1m, David Jobling (aka David Paul Jobling, Australian playwright, actor, lyricist, 1961-____), and Bruce Keller (Australian playwright, lecturer, 1955-____)

Pure Life,” a comedy-drama, 1m, Dan Zellner (American playwright, 19__-____)

Reggie Spiccs Tonight!” a 10-minute play in English about media and discrimination, set amongst piles of "writings" and old newspapers, with slide projections, 1m, David Jobling (aka David Paul Jobling, Australian playwright, actor, lyricist, 1961-____)

Richie Bernstein,” a 15-minute comedy in English set in Los Angeles, 1996, 1m, Fred Jay Gordon (American playwright, 19__-____)

Sacred and Secular,” a soliloquy (genre unknown), 1m, David Watmough (Canadian playwright, 1932-____)

Scar Tissue,” a soliloquy (genre unknown), 1m, David Watmough (Canadian playwright, 1932-____)

"Sea Lion," a 30-minute drama in English, set in _____, after World War II, 1m (+ 6 extras), Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Shipwreck,” a soliloquy (genre unknown), 1m, David Watmough (Canadian playwright, 1932-____)

Shylock,” a bare-stage 80-minute drama in English set tomorrow, after a performance, 1m, Mark Leiren-Young (Canadian playwright, 1962-____)

The Singing Law Student/Suicide House," a 45-minute bare-stage drama in English, set in Virginia, U.S.A., 1982-1984, 1m, Keith Alan Hemmerling (American playwright, President of The Hemmerling Foundation, October 10, 1955-____)

Sorry, Bill,” a 10-minute comedic monolog in English, set in a play producer’s office, 1999, 1m, Joseph Greenfield (American playwright, retired, 1930-____)

Style,” a 10-minute black comic monolog in English about fashion tips from a serial kidnapper, 1m or 1f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

A Subject of the Moon,” a drama in Russian, set in Paris, 1655, 1m, Viktor Bolshakov (Russian playwright, 19__-____)

A Talk from Brother Bob,” a 15-minute satire in English, set in an ashram, an evening in May, 1969, 1m, Sharon J. Whitney (American playwright, writer, 1955-____)

Tennessee and Me,” a drama, 1m, Will Scheffer (American playwright, 19__-____)

Thin Laughter in Heaven,” a 10-minute bare-stage melodrama in English, set on a cliff overlooking a lake, May, 2001, 1m, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Tragic and I'm Still Laughing,” a bill of satirical monologs in English set in a park in a city, 1992, 1m (or more), John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Tricks”[“Artimanas”], una farsa sobre los medios de comunicacion compuesta de tres piezas con un prologo y un epilogo [a farce about communication media composed of three pieces with a prolog and epilog], 1m, Manuel Chapuseaux (Dominican Republican playwright, actor, director, and teacher, 1954-____)

The Tricky Part," an 80-minute (without intermission) bare-stage dramatic monolog in English, set in memories, largely in Denver, Colorado, U.S.A., 2002, 1m, Moran, Martin (American playwright, actor, 19_-____)

Trading in Innocence,” a soliloquy (genre unknown), 1m, David Watmough (Canadian playwright, 1932-____)

The Undertaker's Chat,” a 5-minute comedy in English, set at a small town funeral home, last century, 1m, Dave Brandl (American playwright, 1957-____)

A View from the Table,” a bare-stage comedy-drama, 1m, Daniel Lenzini (Israeli director and playwright, 1953-____)

Walkin on the Wild Side," a 45-minute bare-stage drama in English, set in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A., 1982-1984, 1m, Keith Alan Hemmerling (American playwright, President of The Hemmerling Foundation, October 10, 1955-____)

Wickanninish Memory,” a soliloquy (genre unknown), 1m, David Watmough (Canadian playwright, 1932-____)

One-Female Plays

Addie and Me,” a melodrama, set in the bedroom of Melanie, a teenage girl, night, 2000, 1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Ancestors,” a 75-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the living quarters of any place where the future is now, where the world no longer wants or can go outside, when the future is now,1f, Nathan Freeman (American playwright, 1921-____)

Angel of the Battlefield,” a 25-minute historical drama in English, set in a lecture hall in New England, U.S.A., or anywhere, 1876 or anytime, 1f, Willis Whyte (American playwright, writer, 19__-____)

At the Root,” a drama, 1f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

The Audition,” a 35-minute drama in English, set on the stage of an empty theatre in New York City, 8:00 p.m., 1999, 1f, Kenneth R. Robbins (American playwright, professor, author, 1944-____)

Balancing Act,” a 10-minute comic monolog in English about being a Libra, 1f or 1m, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

Belle of the Bijou,” a 45-minute drama in English, set in the ticket taker booth, Bijou theatre, night, 1983, 1f, Ludmilla Bollow (American playwright, writer,

Billie: The Scent of Magnolia, A Tribute to the Life of Billie Holiday," a 40-minute comedy-drama in English in five scenes, based upon the life of African-American, jazz singer, Billie Holiday, set in Balitmore, Harlem, and on tour with the big bands, 1928-1937, 1f, Trisha E. Sugarek (Irish-French-American playwright, writer, director, actor, artist, 1941-____)

Bus Ride,” a 12-minute serious comedy in English, set in a city in the United States of America, 2001, 1f, Gordon Osmond (American playwright, 1974-____)

Camp David Diaries Volume I, Eleanor Roosevelt 1942-1945,” a __-minute _____, set in Main Lodge, Camp David, Catoctin Mountains, Maryland, U.S.A., 1942-1945, 1f, Pamela Thorson (American playwright, actress, director, 1948-____)

Camp David Diaries Volume II, Bess Truman 1945-1953,” a __-minute _____, set in Main Lodge, Camp David, Catoctin Mountains, Maryland, U.S.A., 1945-1953, 1f, Pamela Thorson (American playwright, actress, director, 1948-____)

Camp David Diaries Volume III, Meet Mamie Eisenhower 1953-1961,” a 55-minute historic dramatization in English, set in Main Lodge, Camp David, Catoctin Mountains, Maryland, U.S.A., 1953-1961, 1f, Pamela Thorson (American playwright, actress, director, 1948-____)

Carryon,” a 10-minute play in English, set on a bare stage, no specific time, 1f (+ m or f voice), Ludmilla Bollow (American playwright, writer, actress, 19__-____)

The Cassandra Complex,” a seriocomic drama, 1f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

City Sidewalks,” a 15-minute drama in English, set on a city street, U.S.A., Christmas Eve, 1998, 1f, Ludmilla Bollow (American playwright, writer, actress, 19__-____)

The Club,” a drama, 1f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

A Cock. A Dream. A True Story,” a 15-minute black comic monolog in English about a woman's nightmare of male/female power relations, 1f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

The Cocktail Party,” a 15-minute bare-stage satirical comedy in English, set in a theatre, U.S.A., 2001, 1f, Summer M. Golden (American playwright, acting teacher, 1942-____)

Coffee With Pearl,” a 12-minute drama in English, set on the streets of New York City, U.S.A., a winter afternoon, 2001, 1f, Rachel Rubin Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

The Consumption of Roni,” a 20-minute black comedy set in an apartment, mid-afternoon, 1996, 1f, Y. V. Keidan (Canadian playwright, 1960-____)

Could Be You,” a 60-minute drama in English in eight scenes, set in 1970, 2001, 1f, Linnea Johnson (American writer, playwright, 1946-____)

Dark Snow,” a 10-minute melodramatic monologue in English set in the parlor of Aunt Lida’s home in the New York woods, 1997, 1f [see items below for 2f versions], Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Darleen Dances," a 30-minute comedy in English in fourteen scenes, set in a room, any room, several weeks, 1f, Betsy Robinson (American playwright, actor, February 7, 1951-____)

Dead Deer in the Dark,” a 12-minute drama in English, set at a teenage girl's bedroom, Saturday evening, April, 2002, 1f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

Devils,” a 10-minute comic monolog in English about how to avoid the demons flying out of your TV, 1f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

Did You Lie, Nellie Bly?” a 65-minute fancy, set Nellie’s New York apartment in 1888, 1f, Lynn Schrichte (American playwright, 1934-____)

Dog,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in a living room during the holidays, 1995, 1f, Anne Phelan (American playwright, author, 1960-____)

Dorothy Parker . . . One Foot in Scarsdale,” a 90-minute comedy, set in New York City/Hollywood, January, 1967,1f, Jack Fournier (Franco-American playwright, 1927-____)

Eve's Applestand," a 5-minute comedy in English, set someplace other than the Garden of Eden, anytime, 1f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

“"The End," a bare-stage 10-minute drama in English, set anywhere, the present, 1f, Valerie Stocking (American playwright, abridger, audio editor, 1954-____)

The End of My Life as a Back Porch Beautician,” a 6-minute comedy, set in a nearly-empty back porch beauty parlor, U.S.A., 5:00 p.m., Friday, November, 2002, 1f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

Ethyl Mae Potter, We Never Forgot Her,” a 30-minute comedy in English, set in Ethyl Mertz’s living room, 1965, 1f, Howard W. Casner (American playwright, 1954-____)

Eulogy," a 10-minute drama in English, set in a dorm room, late afternoon on a weekday, 2000, 1f (+ extra female recorded voice), Carol Ann LaFay (American playwright, May, 1979-____)

An Evening with Jane Austen, Emily Brontë, & Emily Dickinson," a 55-minute biographical drama in three scenes in English, set in a simple drawing room in England and America, winter of 1814, 1848, spring of 1883, 1f, Patricia Hruby Powell (American playwright, storyteller, author, dancer, actor, July 6, 1951-____)

The Fish in the Dumpster,” a 15-minute drama in English, set outside an expressway gas station, 2:00 a.m., late fall, 2000, 1f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

Flashbacks,” a drama, 1f, Lindsay Price (Canadian playwright, 1969-____)

Gene Stratton-Porter: A Song In The Wilderness,” a 50-minute drama in English about novelist and environmentalist Gene Stratton-Porter (feminist, environmentalist, author, photographer, 1863-1924), set in GSP's new workshop on Catalina Island, late July, 1924, 1f, Lawrence Gard (American playwright, artistic director, actor, 1954-____)

The Glass Bubble,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in a room with only a desk or table and a telephone, 1997, 1f, Rachel Manija Brown (American playwright, screenwriter, stage manager, 1973-____)

Good Girl,” a 15-minute drama in English, set in a seven-year-old girl's room, U.S.A., 1997, 1f, Donald Lewis (American playwright, screenwriter, 19__-____)

The Happy Positive Rejects Club,” a comedy, 1f, Lindsay Price (Canadian playwright, 1969-____)

I Am a Black Girl,” a 10-minute bare-stage dramatic monolog in English, set anywhere, 2001, 1f, Francesca Sanders (American playwright, 1952-____)

I Am a Jewish Girl,” a 10-minute bare-stage dramatic monolog in English, set anywhere, 2001, 1f, Francesca Sanders (American playwright, 1952-____)

I Am a Soundman’s Daughter,” a 10-minute bare-stage dramatic monolog in English, set anywhere, 2001, 1f, Francesca Sanders (American playwright, 1952-____)

I Am an Arab Girl,” a 5-minute bare-stage dramatic monolog in English, set anywhere, 2001, 1f, Francesca Sanders (American playwright, 1952-____)

In Illo Tempore,” a comedy in English, 1f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

In the Wings,” a 15-minute bittersweet comedy in English, set backstage at a downmarket comedy gig, 2002, 1f, Dina Ross (Australian playwright, writer, journalist, 1962-____)

An Independent Spirit,” a 25-minute historical drama in English, set in a lecture hall in New England, 1885, 1f, Willis Whyte (American playwright, writer, 19__-____)

Madhouse," a 10-minute black comedy in English set in the basement corridor of a hospital, late evening, 2000, 1f, Shirley Barrie (Canadian playwright/producer, 1945-____)

My Name is Fizz II," an 8-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a bathroom, England, 9:00 a.m., Sunday, June, 1997, 1f, Olivia Smedley (British playwright, 1972-____)

Peggy: The Life and Times of Mrs. Benedict Arnold," a 60-minute bare-stage drama in English, set in the Arnold home, England, 1803, 1f, Norbert J. Hruby, (American playwright, retired second president of Aquinas College, 1918-____)

Madonna Blue,” a 15-minute mostly-monolog drama in English, set in Unknown Artist's studio, evening, 1996, 1f, Didi S. DubelyeW (American playwright, writer, 1956-____)

The Man at the Piano Is Not Here,” a 60-minute concert play with music in English set in Clara Schumann's sanctuary, 1856, 1f, Ned Bobkoff (American playwright, director, and educator, 1934-____)

A Matter of Scale,” a 2-minute comedy in English, set in the bathroom of an American household, late evening, 1997, 1f (+ male or female voice), Margaret G. Waterstreet (American playwright, 1953-____)

Medea Redux,” a drama in English, set in an interrogation room, 1f, Neil LaBute (American playwright, feature film writer/director, March 19, 1963-____)

Mind If I Sit Here?" a 7-minute comedy in English, set in ____, Australia, 1f, Paula Williams (Australian playwright, short story writer, screen writer, 19__-____)

Monica,”an 8-minute comedy in English, set in a living room, late evening, 1998,1f, Beth Campbell Stemple (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1962-____)

Mothering," a 7-minute comedy in English, set before a large mirror in a home, Australia, 1f, Paula Williams (Australian playwright, short story writer, screen writer, 19__-____)

Mrs. Fiske: Against the Wind,” a drama, 1f, Lynn Schrichte (American playwright, 1934-____)

My Life in Church Basements,” a 35-minute performance piece in English, 1f or 2f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Possession," a 20-minute comedy in English, set in a room with a chair, a side table, a stack of books and a telephone, Saturday evening, 2004, 1f (+m or f percussionist), Shirley Barrie (Canadian playwright/producer, 1945-____)

The Power Lunch,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a television show kitchen, prime time, 1992, 1f (or 1m in drag), Susan L. Middaugh (American playwright, writer, 1947-____), and Darrel C. Karl (American playwright, 19__-____)

Queen Anne II," a 35-minute comedy-drama in English, set in Buckingham Palace, London, England, Friday, July, 2010, 1f, Olivia Smedley (British playwright, 1972-____)

Ring Around Rosie,” a 29-minute drama in English, set on a stage with a small table, chair, and folding screen, 1990, 1f, Ludmilla Bollow (American playwright, writer, actress, 19__-____)

Running from the Red Girl,” a comedy-drama, 1f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

Samantha Panther, P.I.—Tough Girls Don't Sing,” a 50-minute comedy in English, set in the big city, the wee hours of the recent past, 1998 1f, Angus Kohm (Canadian playwright, 1970-____)

Sarah's Red," a 33-minute drama in English, set in a portrait sitting, 2002, 1f, Paul Gallagher (American playwright, 19__-____)

Sarah's Weekend Confidential,” a 7-minute melodrama in English, set in Sarah’s room, 2002, 1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

The Serpent's Fall,” a young adult 70-minute comedy-drama in English, set in Australia, 1987, 1f, Sarah Cathcart (Australian playwright, director, actress, 1958-____), and Andrea Lemon (Australian playwright, writer, director, dramaturg, 19__-____)

Sidesaddle Soldiers,” a 25-minute historical drama in English, set on the verandah of a run-down Southern Plantation that has been converted into an asylum, Rhea County, Tennessee, U.S.A., 6:00 p.m., July, 1912 , 1f (+ nonspeaking male extra), Willis Whyte (American playwright, writer, 19__-____)

The Sign Lady,” a 15-minute drama in English, set on the sidewalk in front of a playground, mid-afternoon, late summer, 1997, 1f, Steve Willis (American playwright, College Professor/Playwright/Actor/Director, 1959-____)

Something With Fish,” a drama, 1f, Sandra Perlman (American playwright, 1944-____)

Still Blonde . . . Runs Deep,”an 7-minute comic monologue in English, set anywhere, anytime, 1f, Jamie Pachino (American playwright, teacher, 1965-____)

Strike Two,” a 15-minute drama, set in the present, 1f, Anne Phelan (American playwright, author, 1960-____)

Style,” a 10-minute black comic monolog in English about fashion tips from a serial kidnapper, 1f or 1f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

This Is It Okay I'm Not Kidding,” a collection of short comedic monologues, 1f, Martha King De Silva (American playwright, 1960-____)

A True Story Repeated Word for Word as I Heard It,” a 10-minute comedy-drama in English, set at the home where Rachel works, after the Civil War, 1f, Dave Brandl (American playwright, 1957-____)

Unbinding Our Lives,” a bare-stage 55-minute set of three dramatic monologues about Chinese-American immigrants, circa 1840-1910, 1f or 2f or 3f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Ungrateful,” a 10-minute dramatic monolog in English about a woman's revelation about her gratitude, 1f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

Water Songs,” a 10-minute drama, in English, set upstairs room in a large house by the sea, late afternoon, 1987 or any time after, 1f, Gabriel Lanci (American playwright, February 18, 1940-____)

Wipe Away the Smears," a 10-minute drama in English, set in the café of Christie Hospital, Manchester England, early afternoon, Thursday, June, 2003, 1f, Olivia Smedley (British playwright, 1972-____)

The Woman with 27 Children,” a 45-minute drama in English, set on a bare stage, unfolding circling time, 1f, Ludmilla Bollow (American playwright, writer, actress, 19__-____)

One-Male-One-Female Plays

A-Bomb Wedding," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a twenty-four hour convenience store, late at night, 2001, 1m1f, Jon Dorf (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

Abstinence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder," a 20-minute romantic drama in English, set in the United States, 1990s, 1m1f, Sarah Knight (aka Sarah Jo Knight, American playwright, film writer, director, producer, 1970-____)

After Moravia,” a 20-minute bittersweet comedy in English, set variously in eight quick-fire scenes, in remembered time and 2002, 1m1f, Dina Ross (Australian playwright, writer, journalist, 1962-____)

Afterglow,” a 20-to-25-minute comedy-drama, 1m1f, Eric C. Peterson (American playwright/actor/director, 1970-____)

Amy4u," 1m1f, a 5-minute comedy in English, set in a hotel room, 2003, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, writer, actor, producer, 1971-____)

Anatomy,” a 17-minute metaphorical drama in English, set on a bare stage, 1999, 1m1f, Bill McKinlay (American playwright, 1961-____)

The Anchor at Rest,” a 12-minute comedy in English, set in Mom’s  kitchen, 8:30 a.m., Monday, October 14, 2002, 1m1f, Fred Sahner (American playwright, writer, 1935-____)

And the Evening and the Morning Were the First Day,” a 10-minute comedy, 1m1f, Sandra Perlman (American playwright, 1944-____)

And the Lion Shall Lie Down With . . . ,” a 10-minute sex farce in English, set in a New Age Summer Camp, near midnight, 1998, 1m1f, G. L.Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Answering the Echo,” set in the here and now, a 12-minute sex farce in English, set in the here and now, 1m1f, Larry Harris (aka Larry R. Harris, American playwright, screenwriter, 1960-____)

Aphrodite at the ER,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set at a hospital emergency room  registration desk, Valentine;s Day, February 14, 2001, 1m1f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

“Are We There Yet?” a 20-minute ____ in English, 1m1f, complete script available elsewhere, Kent R. Brown (American playwright, ____-____)

As I Sat Typing,” a 10-minute playful comedy  in English, set in a bedroom, anywhere in America, evening, 1999, 1m1f, 1m2f, James Kaufman (American playwright, psychologist, 1974-____)

Ashes," a 10-minute play in English, set in the living room of small ranch in California, U.S.A., 2001, 1m1f, Claire Braz-Valentine (American playwright, youth worker, playwriting teacher, 19__-____)

At Land’s End,”a 35-minute seniors drama in English, set at the beach, vacation time,1m1f, Marcus Steinour (American playwright, October 17, 1930-____)

Atlantic Crossing,” a drama, 1m1f, Jeffrey B. Embler (American playwright, social services specialist, 1933-____)

At a Beetle's Pace,”a drama in English, set on a bluff overlooking water, in a deteriorating park in an eternal youth Utopia, in a future time, 1m1f, Louis E. Catron (American playwright, educator, author, 19__-____)

At the Home,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set on the porch of a nursing home, 1999, 1m1f or 2m or 2f,  David R. Slavitt (American playwright, poet, novelist, and translator, March 23, 1935-____)

Autumn Leaves,”an 11-minute comedy in English, set on a  suburban lawn, a weekend afternoon, 1998,1m1f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Baby in the Basement," a 15-minute drama in English, set in the basement of an old, abandoned warehouse in an unnamed American city, a night in March, present, 1m1f, David-Matthew Barnes (American playwright, 1970-____)

Breakers," a 45-minute melodrama in English in eight scenes, set in three venues, a rented room, the ocean, and an arid precipice on the New Jersey Shore, a summer day, 2002, 1m1f, Ronald V. Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Battle of the Sexes,”a bare-stage 45-minute bill of vignettes in English, 1m1f, Felicia Londré (aka Felicia Hardison Londré, American playwright, dramaturg, Shakespearean analyst, theatre historian and critic, and translator from French, Spanish, and Russian, 1941-____)

Before the Start of the Show,”a 30-minute comedy in Russian, set in a cinema, evening, 2000, 1m1f, Andrey Zinchuk (Russian playwright, actor, 1951-____)

Beltway Roulette,” a 30-minute dark comedy in English, set in a motel room outside of Washington, D.C., 4:00 a.m. on a weekday, 1992, 1mlf, Mark Scharf (American playwright, multimedia writer-designer, actor, 1956-____)

Big Is Beautiful," a bare-stage 40-minute comedy in English in ten scenes, set in two areas, Sam's darkroom/den and the couple's kitchen/dining area, over several weeks, with some scenes daytime, others night, 2005, 1m1f, John R. Hillel (Australian playwright, writer, 1947-____)

Black Velvet,” a 35-minute comedy in English, set in a recording studio in Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.A., Saturday morning, January 21, 1956, 1m1f, Angela L. Wilson (American playwright, 1955-____)

Blood and Sleep,” a 70-minute bare-stage period drama in English, set April 4, 1865, 1m1f,  Angela L. Wilson (American playwright, 1955-____)

Blue,” a 15-minute drama in English, set in Carissa’s art studio, a rainy evening, 1994, 1m1f, Kristen Lazarian (American playwright, 1968-____)

Bobby and Eleanora," a 10-minute drama in English, set in an old lady's bedroom, 3:00 a.m., Tuesday, 2004, 1m1f, Trisha E. Sugarek (Irish-French-American playwright, writer, director, actor, artist, 1941-____)

The Box,” a 10-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a confessional box, 6:00 p.m. Saturday, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

Break Up,” a 25-minute comedy in English, set in the protagonist’s mind, evening, 1997, 1m1f, Chuck Nyren (American playwright, writer, creative strategist, consultant, copywriter focused on Baby Boomer demography, sociology and culture, 1950-____)

Breakfast in Coventry,”a 9-minute comedy, set in the dining area of a Romanesque Anglo-Saxon manor, breakfast, c. 1040 A.D., 1m1f, Raymond E. Krenzke (American playwright, 19__-____), and Kathleen F. Doll (American playwright, 19__-____)

Breakfast with Tiffany,” a 40-minute tragicomedy in English, set in a one-room bedsit, morning, the day of a wedding, 2000, 1m1f, Gareth Davies (British playwright, 1980-20__)

Belinda's Blind Date," a 30-minute comedy in English, set in a house or apartment, early evening, 2003, 1m1f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Bless Me, Father," a 10-minute contemporary comedy in English, set in a Catholic confessional, 2002, 1m1f, Jody Handley (American playwright, writer, communications specialist, 1975-____)

"Brenda's Blind Date," a 30-minute comedy in English, set in a house or apartment, early evening, 2003, 1m2f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Bridesmaid #3," a 10-minute comedy in English, set at a bar at a wedding, 7:00 p.m., Saturday, 2003, Colette Freedman (American playwright, writer, actor, producer, 1971-____)

Bury Him,” a 15-minute drama in English, set at a table in a restaurant, evening, 2002, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger, (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

Bus Stop Baptism,” a 15-minute comedy set at a downtown bus stop, early evening, 1992, 1m1f, Dave Brandl (American playwright, 1957-____)

The Butterfly Within" a 55-minute drama in English in five scenes (translated into Yiddish and Korean), set on a rooftop of Lower East Side tenement, New York City, at or before dusk Friday and Saturday, 2004, 1m1f, Thomas M. Kelly (aka Thomas Michael Kelly, American playwright, artistic director, 1940-____)

Callous,” an 8-minute comedy-drama in  English, set in a bedroom, 10:00 p.m., 1999, 1m1f, Meyers, Marc S. (American playwright, filmmaker, fundraiser for special events, 1972-____)

Change of Heart,” a 12-minute romantic comedy in English, set in the living room of the ex-wife, 3:00 p.m., Saturday afternoon, October, 2002, 1m1f, Fred Sahner (American playwright, writer, 1935-____)

Changes,” a 20-minute comedy-drama in English set in a bar, 1985, 1m1f, Stephen A. Schrum (American playwright, theatre lecturer, 1957-____)

The Chaperones," a 5-minute comedy in English, set at a high school prom, nighttime, 2004, 1m1f; Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Children of the Levant,”a 30-minute drama in English, set in Bethlehem, Israel, morning, 1992,1m1f, Ken Cotterill (Australian playwright, librarian, 1950-____)

The Church of Empirical Human Cartology,” a 15-minute dark comedy satire in English, set in a cold, barren office in the Church of Empirical Human Cartology, evening, 2000, 1m1f, Donna Spector (American playwright, 1946-____)

City of Dreams," a 30-minute serious drama in English, set in a hotel room Dallas, Texas, U.S.A., 2004, 1m1f, John C. Bird (British playwright, author, 1933-____)

Clownes,” a bare-stage 50-minute absurdity in English set in the domain of dreams, at no time, 1m1f, Brian Turner (New Zealand playwright, 1936-____)

Close,” a 35-minute comedy-drama in English (or a radio version in Greek), set in the living room of a small hotel suite, New York City, and in Oklahoma and Greece, fall to spring, 1989-1990, 1m1f, Vernon Hinkle (American playwright, writer, director, teacher, 1935-____)

Close Enough for Jazz,” a 20-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a single woman’s bed, after midnight, 1995, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

Coda,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in the kitchen of a  farmhouse in Connecticut, U.S.A., an afternoon in September, 1957, 1m1f, Rachel Rubin Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

The Competent Heart,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in an intimate bookstore, day, October, 1995, 2m or 2f or 1m1f, Patricia Montley (American playwright, writer, professor, administrator, 1942-____)

The Condition,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in a doctor's office, afternoon, 1999, 1m1f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

Contact,” a 30-minute sci-fi-drama in English set in a spacecraft, undefined future, 1m1f or 2m (1 voice is m or f), Doug Grissom (American playwright, professor, 1953-____)

CTRL-ALT-DELETE," a 10-minute drama in English, set in an apartment, 11:30 a.m., Monday, 1m1f

Conversations with a Twenty-Four Piece Dinner Service,” a 30-minute comedy drama in English, set in a modern bathroom, mid-afternoon, April, 2000, 1m1f, Gareth Davies (British playwright, 1980-20__)

Crash Positions,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in an airplane in the air, 1997, 1m1f, Jon Dorf (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

A Cross to Bear," a 10-minute dark comedy in English, set in the living room of a home in a trashy trailer park, Anchorage, Alaska, U.S.A., early evening, December 25, 2004, 1m1f, Schatzie Schaefers (American playwright, morning radio personality, theatre director, 1971-____)

The Crown of Ariadne,” a 10-minute drama in English, 1m1f, Sheilah Kleiman (American playwright, 1943-____)

Curtain at Eight,”a 15-minute comedy-drama, in English, set in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., 7:30 p.m., Saturday, 1996, 1m1f, Joseph M. Paprzycki (American playwright, senior sales representative, September 14, 1957-____)

The Day the Church Picnic Went to Hell," a 5-minute comedy in English, set in a jail cell, a Sunday afternoon, 2004, 1m1f or 2f (1 role is non-gender), Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

A Day Too Late,” a 37-minute drama in English, set at a bench in an English cemetery, England, afternoon, 2001, 1m1f, Phil Tyler (Australian playwright, electrician, 1949-____)

Dead Fish,” a 20-minute black comedy in English set on a pier by the ocean, 1983, 1m1f, Jeffery Scott Elwell (American college professor, playwright, 1957-____)

The Diary of Adam and Eve,”a 40-minute family comedy in English, set in the Garden of Eden, 1m1f, Charles Whitman (American playwright, retired university professor, 19__-____)

The Disappearing,” a 30-minute drama in English, set in an area between two buildings, 1986, 1m1f, J. P. Allen (American playwright, actor, 1960-____)

Distance,” a 20-minute drama in English, set in an apartment in Los Angeles, 1988, 1m1f, J. P. Allen (American playwright, actor, 1960-____)

Dead Fish ,” a 40-minute dark comedy in English set on a pier by the ocean, 1997, 1m1f, Jeffery Scott Elwell (American college professor, playwright, 1957-____)

Debts,” a 35-minute drama in English set in an apartment in Manhattan, 1957, 1m1f, Michael Wright (American playwright, 19__-____)

Deconstruction,” a 18-minute drama in English, set anyplace, anytime, 1m1f, Audrey Cefaly (American playwright, Web publisher, 1967-____)

Dead Deer in the Dark,” a 12-minute drama in English, set at a teenage girl's bedroom, Saturday evening, April, 2002, 1f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton  (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

Desperation,” a 50-minute comedy in English, set in a basement apartment, New York City, evening, 1985, 1m1f (+ 2f nonspeaking), Mark Troy (American playwright, writer, 1966-____)

Detention,” a 25-minute black comedy in English, set in a classroom, 1997, 1m1f, Sandra K. Hosking (American playwright, teacher, journalist, 1969-____)

Dialogue . . . ,”a seventy-minute drama originally in Italian about a prostitute and her client,1m1f, Dacia Maraini (Italian playwright, director, 19__-____)The Dogs,” a black comedy set in a bedroom,1992, 1m1f, Craig Strasshofer (American freelance writer/editor, author playwright, 1954-____)

Don't Call Me Loretta,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a diner, Friday evening, 11:45 p.m., 2001, 1m1f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

Dreamkeeper," a 25-minute bare-stage drama in English, set in a wilderness, dawn-evening, 1984, 1m1f, Miriam Gallagher (Irish playwright, novelist, screenwriter, 1940-____)

Dreamers,” a 30-minute romance in English set in Wellington, New Zealand, at various times, 1m1f, Turner, Brian (New Zealand computer consultant/ playwright, 1936-____)

Dress for the Wedding,” a 18-minute comedy in English, set in a hotel room, Florida, U.S.A., 2002, 1m1f, Yair Packer (Israeli playwright, writer, 1934-____)

Dust,” a 20-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a bedroom, 1995, 1m1f, Mike Folie (American speech writer/playwright, 1952-________)

Eighty Something,” a 20-minute comedy drama in English, set in living room of an elderly housing facility, late afternoon, 1997,1m1f, Elmer N. Engstrom (American playwright, retired, 1922-____)

Embankment,” a 30-minute sardonic comedy-drama, set on a bank of the River Thames, England, night, circa 2000, 1m1f, Ade Ademola (Nigerian-American playwright, screenwriter, jurist, 19__-____)

An Embarrassing Odour,” a 15-minute dark comedy in English, set in the living room of Ethel's East London home, night, 2000, 1m1f, Andrew Biss (British playwright, ____-____)

An Encounter with an Interviewer,” a 10-minute comedy, in English, set in Mark Twain’s home, the late 1800’s, 1m1f, Dave Brandl (American playwright, 1957-____)

Esta era una vez . . . y dos son tres! ” [“Once upon a time . . . and two are three!”], una fantasia popular para niños basada en cuentos tradicionales [a popular fantasy for children based on traditional stories], 1m1f, Manuel Chapuseaux (Dominican Republican playwright, actor, director, and teacher, 1954-____)

Evening Primrose in Ohio,” a 30-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a laudromat, late afternoon, recent past, 1m1f, Robin Rice Lichtig (American playwright, 19__-____)

F-Stop,” a 10-minute dark comedy set in a living room, early afternoon, 1997, 1m1f, Jon Dorf  (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

The Fantasy,” a 15-minute drama in English, set in a bedroom, U.S.A., 2001, 1m1f, Summer M. Golden (American playwright, acting teacher, 1942-____)

Fast!” a bare-stage 20-minute comedy in English, set in a fast food restaurant, breakfast, 1m1f, A. E. O. Goldman (American playwright, architect, photographer, 1957-____)

The Fall of St. Lydia,” a 40-minute drama in English set in a patio in a small town, North Carolina, late Friday afternoon, fall, 1997, 1m1f, Phil Hines, (American playwright, director, 19__-____)

Female 29, G.S.O.H.,” a 40-minute comedy in English, set in one setting that can change with minimal fuss from a wine bar to a flat etc., the present, 1m1f, Nick Wood (aka Nick Francis Wood, British playwright, writer, teacher, 1949-____)

50,000 Hubcaps," a 20-minute comedy in English, set in a used-hubcap shop in Ohio, U.S.A., 2003, 2m1f, Scott Tobin, (American playwright, 19__-____)

Fire Damage,” a 10-minute drama in English set in a cemetery, early evening, 1m1f, Carolyn West (American playwright, 1970-____)

The First Christmas," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in the living rooms of a recently divorced couple, evening, a few days before Christmas, 2000, 1m1f

550-LOST,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a New York apartment and a Midwestern cubicle, 1997, 1m1f, Brian Milli (American playwright, 1969-____)

“Floral Fantasy,” a 10-minute ____ in English, 1m1f, complete script available elsewhere, Kent R. Brown (American playwright, ____-____)

Flying Blind,”an 18-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a waiting area at JFK Airport, New York City, 1996, 1m1f, Mike Folie (American speech writer/playwright, 1952-____)

Flying Medusas,” a 10-minute contemporary farce in English, set in the theater of the absurd, at no specified time, 1m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Foreplay,” a 10-minute comedy sketch in English set in an apartment foyer, 1995, 1m1f, Beth Campbell Stemple (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1962-____)

The Fortification of Miss Grace Wren,” a 40-minute drama in English, set in a small park in New York City, late September, 2001, 1m1f, Robin Rice Lichtig (American playwright, 19__-____)

The Four-Leaf Clover," a 5-minute comedy in English, set at a picnic, daytime, 2004, 1m1f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Frank Capra Gets His Wings,” a 30-minute drama in English with comedic elements, set no specific time or place, 1m1f (1m of any age, 1f of childbearing age), Beth Campbell Stemple (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1962-____)

Frog Songs,”a bare-stage 65-minute drama in English, lmlf, Jean Battlo (American playwright, 1939-____)

Garden of Remembrance,” 20-minute play in English, set in an open space, 2002, 1m1f, Reg Mitchell (English playwright, writer, director, 1929-____)

Garrett, the Blue Giraffe,”a 75-minute metatheatre fantasy in English, set in an urban park zoo, late morning, autumn, 1998, 2m or 1m1f, Coni Ciongoli-Koepfinger (Russian-Italian American playwright, director, acting teacher, 1957-____),  translated by Alex Franchini (____-____)

Get Out Of My American Way,”a 10-minute comedy in English, set in an office at Veracitone Systems, 2001, 1m1f, Patrick M. Brennan (American playwright, software author, 1963-____)

Ghost Town,” a 30-minute drama in English in five scenes, set in a cafe in a small town that has died, North Dakota, U.S.A., the last day of the last business, 2001, 1m1f (or 4m4f), Kathy Coudle King (American playwright, university instructor of English/Women Studies, 1965-____)

The Gift to the Magi,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in an empty room, Christmas Eve, 1997, 1m1f, Beth Campbell Stemple (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1962-____)

God for a Day,” a 40-minute comedy in English, set on a bare stage, 2001, 1m1f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

God Is Waiting,” a 10-minute play in English, 1m1f, Sheilah Kleiman (American playwright, 1943-____)

The God Who Made New Hampshire,” a 20-minute drama in English, set in a cabin in New Hampshire, 6:00 p.m., a snowy wintry evening, 2000, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

Golden Gate,” a 10-minute comedy-drama in English, 1m1f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

The Graceland Experience,” a 40-minute comedy in English, set in the lounge of an old peoples’ home, July, 1999, 1m1f, Nick Wood (aka Nick Francis Wood, British playwright, writer, teacher, 1949-____)

Grandpa Jim Is Dead," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a living room, 2003, 1m1f, Michael Paslawski (American playwright, writer, 1977-____), and Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comic book/games/book store owner, educator, 1965-____)

Gravity,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in a yard with an apple tree, on a summer day, 1996, 1m1f, Beth Campbell Stemple (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1962-____)

Great Sentimental Value, Big Reward,” a 25-minute comedy in English, set at corner table at Luigi's Bar and Grill, a summer evening, 1995, 1m1f, Terryl Paiste (American playwright, 1943-____)

The Green Angel,” a 15-minute comedy-mystery in English, set at the circulation desk of a college library, night, 2002, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

The Green Cheese Mystery,” a 30-minute comedy in English, set in a kitchen in a beach house, 1:00 a.m., Saturday morning, 1999, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

The Grip,” a 60-minute drama in English about women, set on a living stage of pine trees and dirt—or in an outdoor venue, 1m1f, David Jobling (aka David Paul Jobling, Australian playwright, actor, lyricist, 1961-____)

Hair-Personality Conflict,” a 10-minute satirical sketch in English set in a beauty salon, 1995, 1m1f, Beth Campbell Stemple (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1962-____)

Hale,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set on a stage, whenever, 1m1f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

Half in Love,” a comedy-drama in English, set in a cemetery, lunchtime, a sunny day, 1995, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

Happiness,’” a comedy in Russian, 1m1f, Liudmila Razumovskaia (Russian playwright, 19__-____)

Harry Dinker, Private Eye,”a 10-minute detective parody in English, set in Harry Dinker’s office in the “downtown section of a grimy city nobody has any use for,” afternoon, 1998,1m1f or 2m, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Haydon's Rage," a 10-minute drama in English set Artist's studio in London, England, 1846, 1m1f, Peter Fabbri Langman (American playwright, psychologist, 1960-____)

He and She,” a bare-stage 40-minute anti-real serio-comedy in English, 1987, 1m1f, John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

He Promised Her a Night of Paradise,” a drama in Russian, set in St. Petersburg, Russia, possibly on one of those warm white nights in summer, 1m1f, Igor Grigorev (Russian playwright, 19__-____)

He She by the Sea," a 10-minute drama in English, set on a beach, afternoon, 2004, 1m1f

Head Games," a 10-minute drama set in a living room in suburbia, U.S.A., 1997, 1m1f, Christopher Wall (American playwright, 1970-____)

Heat Lightning,” a 15-minute comedy-melodrama in English, set in the  downstairs parlor of a broken-down Southern mansion, on a stormy night, May, 2001, 1m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Heavy Petting,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in a theatre, two days into rehearsal, 1m1f, David Jobling (aka David Paul Jobling, Australian playwright, actor, lyricist, 1961-____)

Hello and . . . Goodbye,” a 60-minute drama about AIDS in English set simultaneously in two apartments, 2:00 a.m., 1995, 1m1f, Arthur Meiselman (American playwright, 19__-____)

Hello, I Love You,” a 15-minute comedy-drama in English, set in  the lobby outside a reception hall, 1998, 1m1f, Marc S. Meyers (American playwright, filmmaker, fundraiser for special events, 1972-____)

Here and Now,”a 15-minute comedy in English, set in an apartment, October, 1997,1m1f, Barry Hall (American playwright, 1963-____)

High-Risk Giving,” a 20-minute comedy-drama in English, set at a blood bank, almost 5:00 p.m. closing time, 1995,1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

He and She,” a bare-stage 40-minute anti-real serio-comedy in English, 1987, 1m1f, John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Holier Ground," a 25-minute drama in English in two scenes, set at the Israeli-Palestinian border, near future, 1m1f (+ voice) or 2m1f, Jonathan M. Denn (American playwright, conference center director, 1955-____)

His Uncle," a 14-minute drama in English, set at a bench in Washington Square Park, New York City, afternoon about 4:00 p.m., late fall, 2003, 1m1f, Jeffrey S. Comer (American playwright, 1981-____)

Hour Glass," a 20-minute drama in English, set in the formal dining room of the Caulwells' home, somewhere in Connecticut, U.S.A., Saturday evening, on the brink of spring, present, 1m1f, David-Matthew Barnes (American playwright, 1970-____)

How Do You Like Your Blue-Eyed Boy?”  a 15-minute drama in English, set in a warehouse, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A., 1999, 1m1f, Michael Bettencourt (American playwright, 1953-____)

Better by Candlelight," a 10-minute bare-stage drama in English, set in a bedroom, late at night, 2005, 1m1f, Arthur M. Jolly (aka Arthur Jolly, American playwright, writer, actor, stuntman, 1969-____)

I, Mary MacLane,” a 60-minute comedy-drama in English, set in Mary MacLane's bedroom, Butte, Montana, 1901 and 1932, 1m1f, Joan Melcher (American playwright,  writer/editor, 1951-____)

I'm Herbert,” a sketch in English set on a porch, 1m1f, Anderson, Robert, (American playwright, 19__-____)

Ice Eaters," a 50-minute drama in English, in six scenes, set in a cell in a jail, mid winter, 1981, 1m1f, Nicholas Wenckheim, (Hungarian born Argentinian playwright, commercialist, 1922-____)

Icy Waters,” a 30-minute tragicomedy in English, set in a city park, high noon, 1m1f, Craig D. Calman (American playwright, writer, actor, 1953-____)

Ill Met by Moonlight,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set in a research laboratory for nocturnal animals, 3:00 a.m., 1999, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

In Concert,” a 30-minute dramady in English, set on a concert stage, late at night, 1m1f, Craig D. Calman (American playwright, writer, actor, 1953-____)

Home Movies,” a 55-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a modest residence in a small American city, 1995, 1m1f, Steve Russo (American playwright, printer, 19__-____)

An Honest Mistake,” a 15-minute dark comedy in English, set in the kitchen of Madge and Stan’s home in London, evening, 2000, 1m1f, Andrew Biss (British playwright, ____-____)

How the Cookie Crumbles,” a 4-minute comedic mime of bad manners, set in U.S.A., 1988, 1m1f (variable casting), Ade Ademola (Nigerian-American playwright, screenwriter, jurist, 19__-____)

I'm Not Here for Dancing,” a drama set in an old-fashioned bar, 1m1f, Joe Savit (American playwright, 19__-____)

Imperial Impetus Impeded," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in Malmaison, morning, Tuesday, June 18, 1m1f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, Aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, actress, 1958-____)

In the California Home for the Criminally Beautiful,” an 18-minute comedy in English, set in the reception office for the California Home, morning, on a work-day, 2000, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

Inconceivable,” a 50-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a North American city, 1998-2000, 1m1f, Carl W. Ritchie (Canadian playwright, 1957-____)

Indian Summer,” a 25-minute comedic drama in English, set on the shore of a lake in New Hampshire, sunset, 1996, 1m1f, Mitchell Ganem (American playwright, commercial producer, February 3, 1962-____)

Indigenous Peoples,” a 40-minute comedy in English, set in a campsite in the Lake District, England, late afternoon, 2001, 1m1f, Andrew Biss (British playwright, ____-____)

International Supreme Con Artists Group,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in the reception area of a Hollywood talent agency, late afternoon, 2001, 1m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

The Interview"["La entrevista"], un drama en quince minutos [a fifteen-minute drama] en Español [in Spanish], 1m1f, Manuel Chapuseaux (Dominican Republican playwright, actor, director, and teacher, 1954-____)

The Interview,” a 10-minute comedy in English set in a yacht club, afternoon, spring, 1990s, 1m1f, Edith Tarbescu (American playwright, author, 1952-____)

Intimate Distances,” a 40-minute comedy-drama in English, set in Jane’s home, Carter’s home, a restaurant, February 10, 1996, and 1998, 1m1f, Kristen Lazarian (American playwright, 1968-____)

Jackpot,” a 10-minute comedy in English, 1m1f, Peterson, Eric C. (American playwright/actor/director, 1970-____)

A Jewish Booty Call,” a 45-minute comedy in English, set in a small West End apartment, New York City, evening, 1998, 1m1f, Mark Troy (American playwright, writer, 1966-____)

Joan of Arkansas,” a 10-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a college library, early summer, 1m1f, Sheri Wilner (American playwright, 1969-____)

Joseph and Mary,” a 10-minute mystery play (as in the York Cycle) in English, set in Nazareth, somewhere in the Middle East, c. 4 B.C.E., 1m1f, Dean Dougherty (American playwright, writer, actor, director, 1944-____)

Karna and Kunti” (from the dramatic dialogue in verse Kadi O Komal, 1896), a __-minute symbolist dance-drama in English, set in _____, 1m1f, Rabindranath Tagore (aka Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore, Indian playwright, May 7, 1861-August 7, 1941)

Kalypso,” a 40-minute bare-stage drama in English set on a beach, at Kalypso's cavern, seven years of memories, ancient Greece, 1m1f, A. David Redish (American playwright, 1969-____)

The King of Kinds,” a 43-minute comedy in English, set in living room of a contemporary home, U.S.A., evening, 2002, 1m1f, Vicki Kozel (American playwright, 1970-____)

The King is Going to Hell," a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a city park, U.S.A., late morning on a weekday, 2000, 1m1f (+ 1 dog or creative prop), Carol Ann LaFay (American playwright, May, 1979-____)

Kringle-phobia," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in the living room of a suburban couple, afternoon, a few days before Christmas, 2002, 1m1f, James Venhaus (American playwright, teacher, 1968_____)

La entrevista [The Interview],” un drama en quince minutos [a fifteen-minute drama] en Español [in Spanish], 1m1f, Manuel Chapuseaux (Dominican Republican playwright, actor, director, and teacher, 1954-____)

Land's End," a 10-minute contemporary comedy in English, set at Land's End, San Francisco, U.S.A., 2003, 1m1f, Jody Handley (American playwright, writer, communications specialist, 1975-____)

Last ‘Chance,’” a 20-minute surrealistic drama in English, set in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A., 2002, 1m1f, Rei Sudo (Japanese playwright, 1973-____)

"The Last Man on the Moon Blues," a 5-minute comedy in English, set in a lover's lane, night, 2003, 1m1f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Last Writes,” a 70-minute black comedy/thriller in English set in a writer's apartment, June, 1993, 1m1f, Mark Leiren-Young (Canadian playwright, 1962-____)

"Leapers," a 10-minute dark comedy in English, set on top of a building, U.S.A., late morning, 2000, 1m1f, Jon Dorf (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

Lethal Persuasion,” a 40-minute drama in English, set by railroad tracks, twilight, 1999, 1m1f, Martin E. Williams (American playwright, writer, 19__-____)

Lisa's New Job," a 5-minute comedy in English, set in a hotel room, 2003, 1m1f, by Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, writer, actor, producer, 1971-____)

The Literature of Love," a 45-minute comedy in English in two scenes, set in Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A., 1977, 1m1f, Keith Alan Hemmerling (American playwright, President of The Hemmerling Foundation, October 10, 1955-____)

Little Death of a Salesman,” a 20-minute drama in English, set in the lobby of the Standish Arms Hotel, 1m1f, Sheri Wilner (American playwright, 1969-____)

Live from [insert your town here]!,” an 8-minute comedy sketch in English set on a theater stage, 1995, 1m1f (male 30-40ish, female 30-40ish + male voice 30-40ish), Beth Campbell Stemple(American playwright, free-lance writer, 1962-____)

Lizard Brains,” a 30-minute comedy-drama in English set in an apartment in a suburb of Washington, D.C., afternoon, early winter , 1995, 1m1f, Mark Scharf (American playwright, multimedia writer-designer, actor, 1956-____)

Local Motive,” a 30-minute comedy in English, set a living room of house on edge of woods, dusk to dawn, spring, 1998, 1m1f, VernonHinkle (American playwright, writer, director, teacher, 1935-____)

Locations,” a 10-minute comedy-satire in English, set nowhere in particular, anytime, 2m, 2f, or 1m1f, Elmer N. Engstrom (American playwright, retired, 1922-____)

Look at Me!” a 10-minute bare-stage comedy in English, set a clearing in the woods in the middle of a forest fire, late afternoon, 2002, 1m1f, Michael David Winter (American playwright, stage manager, 1968-____)

Looking for Aeschylus," a 6-minute comedy in English, set at the information desk of a library, any afternoon, 2002, 1m1f, Dick Silver (aka H. Richard Silver, American playwright, writer, 1949-____)

Lookout,” a 5-minute theatre-of-the-absurd comedy in English, set at sea, present or past, 1m2f or 2m1f or 3m or 3f or 2m or 2f or 1m1f, Lee Steele (American playwright, tech writer, submarine veteran, 1957-____)

Love’s Cousin in the Carolinas,” a 13-minute romantic comedy in English, set at a park bench in the suburbanNortheast, U.S.A., a Saturday afternoon in late summer, 1998,1m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

The Loveliest Afternoon of the Year,” a __-minute comedy in English, 1m1f, John Guare (American playwright, 19__-____)

“Lover Boy,” a 10-minute ____ in English, 1m1f, complete script available elsewhere, Kent R. Brown (American playwright, ____-____)

Loveshack,” a 25-minute comedy in English, set in a motel room, afternoon, 2001, 1m1f, Michael Wilmot (Canadian playwright, actor, business owner, 1952-____)

Loving Fitzgerald,” a 10-minute comedy in English set in a bookstore, a Chinese restaurant and Kelly's apartment, the present, and the recent past, 1m1f, Darcy Rice (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1959-____)

Madison Bloody Avenue,” a 40-minute comedy in English, set in an office, New York City, morning, 1996, 1m1f, Mark Troy (American playwright, writer, 1966-____)

Magpies,” a 35-minute drama in English set in any large city, 1990, 1m1f, Brian Turner (New Zealand playwright, 1936-____)

Malagasy Figs,” a 30-minute whimsical-poetical comedy in English, set at a bench in a city park, late afternoon to sunset, 1m1f, Craig D. Calman (American playwright, writer, actor, 1953-____)

Malinda,” a 30-minute drama in English, set in a slave cabin, late on a dark weekday night, February, 1863, 1m1f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

Man Going Cold,” a 17-minute comedy in English, set in a New York City apartment, on a hot August afternoon, 1999, 1m1f (+m extra), Francine E. Witte (American playwright, poet, teacher, 1952-____)

Marco,” a 40-minute drama in English, set in Marco's attic and/or his mind, two weeks after murder, 1997, 1m1f, Kryssi Wyckoff Martin (American playwright, actor, producer, October 19, 1965-____)

Mata Hari: Sketch of a Courtesan,” a bare-stage drama, 1m1f (+offstage voice), Jan Baross (American playwright, video writer/producer, 1943-____)

Men’s,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a restaurant, by the door to men’s room, 8:00 p.m., 2000, 1m1f, Bob Jude Ferrante (American playwright, 1959-____)

Mere Oblivion," a 35-minute absurd drama in English, set in an unknown environment, 2003, 1m1f or 2m (1m or 1f is a voice), Nathan Chapman (English playwright, actor, director, drama lecturer, 1978-____)

Midnight Kiss,” a 10-minute comedy in English, 1m1f, Angelo Parra (American playwright, 1948-____)

Mirrors,” a drama, 1m1f, Chris Johnson (Canadian playwright, 1944-____)

The Misguided Production," a 25-minute comedy in English, set in a small Jewish temple office, morning, 2004, 1m1f, Mark Troy (American playwright, writer, 1966-____)

Missing Person,” a 10-minute drama in English, set on a patio outside a ballroom, 10:00 p.m., Saturday evening, September, 2002, 1m2f, Fred Sahner (American playwright, writer, 1935-____)

Mr Stranger," a 8-minute surreal dark comedy drama in English, set in a front room in the East End of London, late afternoon, 2003, 1m1f, John Collings (English playwright, 1949-____)

A Moment of Reflection,” a 20-minute comedy, 2m or 2f, Ian Boyce (Australian playwright, 19__-____)

Moments," a 13-minute adventure tragedy in English, set in Klamath River, NorthernCalifornia, midday, 1980, 3m, 3f, 1m2f, 2m1f (variable cast), Dan Marshall (American playwright, boatman, software developer, microgeophysicist, inventor, 1951-____)

Mozart Requiem,” a 45-minute absurdist pseudo-biography in English set around a coffin, Austria, chiefly during the life of Nannerl Mozart, 1m1f or 2m or 2f, David Whiteley (Canadian playwright/director/actor/writer/musician/student, 1971-____)

Mushroom Pie,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in the kitchen of a townhouse, dinnertime, 2002, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

A Mustache and a Mattress,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in the mattress department of a store, afternoon, 2001, 1m1f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

My Name Is Lisa," a 15-minute drama in English, set in a living room, 11:00 p.m., 2005, 1m1f, Tim J. Brennan (American playwright, educator, poet, April 28, 1957-____)

My Very Elegant Mother,” set in a kitchen of a bachelor’s apartment, evening, 1998, 1m1f, James Kaufman (American playwright, psychologist, 1974-____)

Naked Mole Rats in the World of Darkness,” a 25-minute naturalistic domestic comedy-drama in English, set at a park bench at the Bronx Zoo, 1994, 1m1f, Mike Folie (American speech writer/playwright, 1952-________)

The Naked Truth,” a 12-minute romantic comedy in English, set in a small kitchen, 8:00 a.m., Saturday morning, September 14, 2002, 1m1f, Fred Sahner (American playwright, writer, 1935-____)

No Epilogue,” a 45-minute drama in English, set on the Brooklyn Bridge, 2002, 1m1f, Nina Waluschka (American playwright, actress, 1975-____)

"Nocturne," a 45-minute bare-stage impressionistic theatrical musical interlude in English; also, translated into Russian by Sonya Polyaninkina, set in a salon, Russia, evening, 1987, 1m1f (+ pianist), Miriam Gallagher (Irish playwright, novelist, screenwriter, 1940-____)

A Noodle Kugel for Company," a 25-minute drama in English, set in the living room/kitchen of a small apartment, 7:00 p.m., Saturday, winter, 1990s, 1m1f, Miriam F. d'Amato (American playwright, 1933-____)

Not at Home," an 11-minute drama in English, set in a boardwalk arcade at the beach, twilight, autumn, 2004, 1m1f, Kathleen Warnock (American playwright, 1960-____)

"Nothing to Do Without You," a 25-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a computer game/a hotel restaurant/hell, now, and a thousand years from now, 1m1f, Dan Trujillo (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1971-____)

November,” a 15-minute tragedy in English in two scenes, set (1) in the downstairs of a house on a lake in the Northeastern United States and (2) on the lake, a November afternoon, 2000, 1m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Nowhere Zen New Jersey,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a car on the New Jersey Turnpike, New Jersey, U.S..A., daytime, 2000, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

Nude on the Beach,” a 30-minute romantic comedy in English, set on a Southern California nudist beach, U.S.A., 1999, 1m1f, Johnna J. Adams (American playwright, technical writer, November 22, 1972-____)

Number 76,” a 10-minute teenage Latino drama in English, set on a bus stop on a city street in Chicago, U.S.A., a Sunday night in the middle of October, present year, 1m1f, David-MatthewBarnes (European-American playwright, director, writer, 1970-____)

An Odious Damnéd Lie,” a comedy-drama, 1m1f, Lewis W. Heniford (American playwright, educator, author, director, 1928-____)

Oh Moonflower!” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a flowershop, noon, 1999, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

Old Granddad,” a bare-stage 20-minute post-Christmas comedy in English set in a small city in the American Midwest, 1m1f, Christine Child (American playwright, 19__-____

Once Upon an F'ing Island,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set on a remote tropical island, 2002, 1m1f, Jay C. Rehak (American playwright, 1956-____)

Once upon a time . . . and two are three! ” ["Esta era una vez . . . y dos son tres! "], una fantasia popular para niños basada en cuentos tradicionales [a popular fantasy for children based on traditional stories], 1m1f, Manuel Chapuseaux (Dominican Republican playwright, actor, director, and teacher, 1954-____)

One,” a 50-minute drama in English, set in New York City apartment, 2001, 1m1f, D. Fuhs (American playwright, helping professional, 1969-____

One Night,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a bedroom of an apartment in New York City, 7:00 a.m., Monday, 2003, Kristyn Leigh Robinson (American playwright, 1974-____)

One More Time,” a comedy, 1f, Maria Campbell (Canadian playwright, 19__-____)

The One-Eyed Guru,” a 40-minute drama in English, set in the living room of Jack and Rachel's London flat, 11:30 p.m., 2001, 1m1f, Andrew Biss (British playwright, ____-____)

Oops! Story One," a 10-minute drama in English, set at the U-8 bus stop at 7th Street and Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, District of Columbia, U.S.A., 7:00 p.m., still light and bright, late August, 1961, 1m1f (+ 4m and 8f extras), Tolu Tolu (aka Tolu2, African-American playwright, 19__-____)

Oregon Mist,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set at the end of Oregon Trail, near Oregon City, Oregon, U.S.A., late afternoon in the misty rain, 2000, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

The Ouroborous,” a 15-minute adult drama in English, set in a park, afternoon, 2001, 1m1f, Tommy F. Scott (American playwright, artist, writer, director, 1954-____)

The Other Side of Meaning,” a 12-minute dramedy in English, set in outside a university classroom, 1998, 1m1f, Kristen Lazarian (American playwright, 1968-____)

Paper Thin,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in a living room, 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, 1999, 1m1f (+ 2 offstage voices), Lindsay Price (Canadian playwright, 1969-____)

Paris Sojourn," an 18-minute romantic comedy in English, set in a bed and breakfast hotel room in Paris, morning, 2004, 1m1f, Terry Hagerty (American playwright, actor, novelist, poet, and short story writer, 1956-____)

Passing Fancies,” a 10-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a gloomy Greek restaurant in Pasadena, California, early evening, 2002, 1m1f, Donna Spector (American playwright, 1946-____)

Patient 23,” a 70-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a doctor's office, operating room, a forest, 1996, 1m1f, Peter Sonenstein (American playwright, 19__-____)

Patterns," a __-minute comedy-drama, set in ___, 1992, 1m1f, Paula Williams (Australian playwright, short story writer, screen writer, 19__-____)

Peking Duck," a 40-minute black comedy in English, set in a Canal Street apartment, New York City, 2000, 1m1f, Mark Troy (American playwright, writer, 1966-____)

Penny's Symphony,” a 20-minute drama in English, set in a small cabin, outside of Seattle, Washington, U.S.A., evening, late summer, 1999, 1m1f, Jeremy S. Douglas (American playwright, 1975-____)

Perp,” a 7-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a city alley at night, 1994, 1m1f, Mike Folie (American speech writer/playwright, 1952-________)

Personal Convictions,” a 100-minute drama in English set in the closed visit area of a maximum security prison, 1990, 1m1f, Vivienne Laxdal (Canadian playwright, 1962-____)

A Personal Exchange,” a 40-minute comedy in English, set in the studies of a man and woman, several months, 1991, 1m1f, Rebecca Ritchie, American playwright, January 29, 1940-____)

The Philosophy of Love," a 30-minute comedy in English, set in Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A., 1977, 1m1f, Keith Alan Hemmerling (American playwright, President of The Hemmerling Foundation, October 10, 1955-____)

Phone Play,” a 10-minute comedy in English set in an apartment in an urban area, Friday evening, 1995, 1m1f, Edith Tarbescu (American playwright, author, 1952-____)

Playing Othello,” a 25-minute drama in English set in a theater dressing room, 10:30 p.m. on a performance night, 1996, 1m1f (m is black, f is white), Frank Higgins (American playwright, writer, 19__-____)

Poisoned,” a 25-minute suspense drama in English, set in the sitting room of a large expensive house, following a party, 11:00 p.m., 2000, 1m1f, Kristyn Leigh Robinson (American playwright, 1974-____)

The Pole Shifter," a 5-minute comedy in English, set anywhere, fall, 2004, 1m1f (both roles m or f), Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Polly Sigh Meets Her Maker," a 5-minute comedy in English, set in Heaven, 2003, 1m1f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

The Post Office,” a 34-minute comedy, 1m1f, Stacey Levine (American playwright, 19__-____)

Practicing Peace," a 10-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the meditation room of Kiki and Keith's suburban home, Saturday morning, any time after September 11, 2001, 1m1f, Kelly DuMar (American playwright, workshop facilitator, 1958-____)

Pray, Pray, Pray,” a 30-minute drama in English in five scenes, set in a small southern town, in the American South, 1998, 1m1f, Maria Soriano (American playwright, screenwriter, ____-____)

Prepost'rously Befallen or Ass-Backwards in Washington Square,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in Washington Square Park, New York City, 2001, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

The Present,” a 30-minute absurdist comedy-drama in English, set in Raspberry’s apartment, 1997, 2m2f, or 1m1f, DJ Sanders (American playwright, teacher, 1973-____)

The Prettiest Girl in Lafayette County,” a 20-minute Southern romance in English, set in a card shop on the town square of a small Southern town, the day after Valentine's Day, 1885, 1m1f, Jason Milligan (American playwright, writer, July 23, 1961-____)

Prickasaurus,” a 40-minute drama in English with humor, 1m1f, Angelo Parra (American playwright, 1948-____)

Priorities,” a 12-minute drama in English, set in London or New York City, 2003, 1m1f, Yair Packer (Israeli playwright, writer, 1934-____)

A Public Service Announcement,” a bare-stage 5-minute contemporary surrealist farce in English, set in an abstract area, daytime, 2001, 1m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Rack 'Em Up," a 25-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the heavens, eons ago, 1m1f, Michael Burgan (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1960-____)

The Raft," a 10-minute farce in English, set on a raft in the middle of the ocean, midnight, 2003, 1m1f, Kristyn Leigh Robinson (American playwright, 1974-____)

The Rain Bird,” a 27-minute drama-romance in English, set in a clearing in the woods, morning, 1992, 1m1f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

Rain Check,” a 25-minute comedy in English, set in an abandoned hallway, evening, 1999, 1m1f, Vicki Nitchiporouk (American playwright, 1970-____)

"Roller Coasting with Fabio," a 40-minute black comedy-drama in English, set in a restaurant, 2003, 1m1f, Bash Halow (American playwright, 1964-____)

Ratopolis,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in an Indian jungle, day, 2002, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

Remember Frank Zappa,” a 30-minute black comedy, 1m1f, Lee Wochner (American playwright, 1964-____)

The Rental,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a bedroom, early morning, 1998, 1m1f, Mark Harvey Levine (American playwright, actor, 1963-____)

Research," a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a public library, a weekday, 2001, 1m1f, Terry Hagerty (American playwright, actor, novelist, poet, and short story writer, 1956-____)

Revelation,” a 35-minute tragicomedy of errors in English, set in a graveyard, Resurrection morning, 1m1f, Shirley Barrie (Canadian playwright/producer, 1945-____)

Revenge [Par La Fenetre],” a 20-minute comedy in English, adapted from Georges Feydeau's "Par La Fenetre,"translated by Ellis Toussier Bigio from his French original, set anywhere, anytime, 1m1f, Ellis Toussier Bigio (French playwright, 19__-____)

Rice,” a 15-minute comedy, in English, set in the dining room, one rainy evening, 1996, 1m1f, Kristen Lazarian (American playwright, 1968-____)

Ride of a Lifetime,” a drama in English, 1995, 1m1f, David Alex (American playwright, 19__-____)

Rondo,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in the kitchen of a  farmhouse in Connecticut, U.S.A., an afternoon in September, 1957, 1m1f, Rachel Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

Rita & the Muscle," a 22-minute dark comedy in English, set in one room, late one afternoon, 1m1f, John Collings (English playwright, 1949-____)

Roommates,” a 10-minute comedy in English set in an apartment living room, a lazy Sunday morning, 1997, 1m1f, David Cohen (American playwright, writer, publisher, 1972-____)

Rosie, a 20-minute black comedy in English, set in a flat, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1m1f, David Elliot Brown (Scottish playwright living in Germany, voted by Player-Playwrights of London as playwright of the year 2003, London, December 26, 1964-____)

Rosie's Oddball Hymnologic Way to Auntie Brigitte's," a 20-minute black comedy in English, set on a train station platform in Edinburgh, Scotland, 2004, 1f, David Elliot Brown (Scottish playwright living in Germany, voted by Player-Playwrights of London as playwright of the year 2003, London, December 26, 1964-____)

Rosie Raümt Auf, a 20-minute black comedy in German, set in a flat, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1m1f, Scottish playwright living in Germany, voted by Player-Playwrights of London as playwright of the year 2003, London, December 26, 1964-____)

Roses to Plan,” a 12-minute comedy in English, set in a kitchen in Brooklyn, NY, morning, recent past, 1m1f, Robin Rice Lichtig (American playwright, 19__-____)

Rossetti's Wife,” a 45-minute comedy-drama in English set in London, 1870, 1m1f, Kathryn Smith, (American playwright and theater manager, 1956-____)

Ruth & Robert & Robert & Ruth," a 60-minute open-stage drama in English, set in a living room, office, and restaurant, New York City, evening, present (the performance date), 1m1f, Mary Humphrey Baldridge (Canadian playwright, 1937-____)

Sally Faces Up," a 20-minute drama in English, set in a cold doorway to a shop, Edinburgh, Scotland, Christmas, 2004, 1m1f, David Elliot Brown (Scottish playwright living in Germany, voted by Player-Playwrights of London as playwright of the year 2003, London, December 26, 1964-____)

Sanctuary,” a 45-minute drama in English set in a secluded spot in an urban park, 1m1f, Emil Sher (Canadian playwright, 1959-____)

Sarajevo," a 20-minute drama in English, set in "a country that no longer exists," in the early 1990s, 1m1f, Christine Rusch (American playwright, teacher, published and produced free-lance writer, founding artistic director of playwrights theatre, dramaturg, consultant, 19__-____)

Scene Analysis for Fun & Profit,” a 10-minute comedy set in the dining room of a suburban home, 2000, 1m1f, Bob Jude Ferrante (American playwright, 1959-____)

Screeches from the Zoo," a barestage`15-minute comedy in English, set in a street, late afternoon, 2004, 1m1f, "Scot" Walker (aka William Patrick Walker, American playwright, author, editor, poet, 1944-____)

Scripted,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a bedroom, early morning, 1998, 1m1f, Mark Harvey Levine (American playwright, actor, 1963-____)

Sea Spray,” a 12-minute romantic drama in English, set on a cliff overlooking an ocean, afternoon/evening, 1998, 1m1f, Roger Martin (American playwright, actor, writer, 1930-____)

The Sealwoman and the Fisher," a 25-minute bare-stage play for dancers in English; also, translated into Erse (Irish Gaelic) by Margaret Birmingham, set in Sea Shore, Church, Fisher's house, day, moonlit night, 1984, 1m1f (+ chorus 1m2f, dancer), Miriam Gallagher (Irish playwright, novelist, screenwriter, 1940-____)

Secret Joy," a 10-minute drama in English in several scenes, set inside a rustic cottage in western Scotland, 19th century, 1m1f, Peter Fabbri Langman (American playwright, psychologist, 1960-____)

September,” a 25-minute drama in English, set in an American Midwestern attic, late afternoon, 1m1f, Craig D. Calman (American playwright, writer, actor, 1953-____)

Shadow Play," a drama in English, set in a bedroom, 4:15 a.m., 1992, 1m1f, Barbara [Ann] Blatner (American playwright, poet, composer, university professor, 1949-____)

Short-Term Affairs,” a 20-minute comedy in English about contemporary relationships, set in The Bureau of Short-Term Affairs, New York City, late afternoon, 2001, 1m1f, Donna Spector (American playwright, 1946-____)

Shrinkage," a 15-minute dark comedy in English, set in a therapist's office, afternoon, spring, 2005, 1m1f, Carole E. Buggé (American playwright/novelist/composer/lyricist/poet, 1953-____)

Sirens,” a 40-minute experiment in English, set in Cornwall, United Kingdom, various times over months, 2000, 1m1f, Phil Emery (British playwright, writer, lecturer, 1958-____)

Sitting Duck Season,” a 17-minute drama in English, set in a cabin in a Vermont forest, autumn, recent past, 1m1f, Robin Rice Lichtig (American playwright, 19__-____)

Situation Vacant,” a 30-minute comedy in English, set in a rliving room, anywhere, time varies throughout two days, 2000, 1m1f (female plays six roles),Hornby, Ian R. (British playwright, writer, 1949-____)

Skid Marks," a 12-minute dark comedy in English, set in an apartment living room, 4:00 a.m., Saturday, 2004, 1m1f, Schatzie Schaefers (American playwright, broadcaster, 1971-____)

Skin Deep,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a doctor's office, afternoon, 2002, 1m1f, Kitty S. Dubin (American playwright, professor of playwriting, 1945-____)

Skulls,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set in a sitting room of a shared house, England, 6.00 p.m., Thursday, 2002, 1m1f or 2f, Charli E. Cree (British playwright, technical theatre student, 1984-____)

Sleeping Beauty’s Rude Awakening,” a 20-minute comedy in English set in a room in a castle, once upon a time, 1m1f, Frank Higgins (American playwright, writer, 1963-____)

A Slip of the Tongue,” a 15-minute dark farce in English, set in an office in the solicitors firm of Reams & Ramsbottom, morning, 2000, 1m1f, Andrew Biss (British playwright, ____-____)

The Slope,” a 35-minute drama with humor in English, set in a brownstone apartment, Brooklyn, New York, on a hot, humid Saturday afternoon, 1991, 1m1f, Angelo Parra (American playwright, 1948-____)

So Nice to See You,” a 25-minute comedy in English, set in office, coffeehouse, supermarket, party, airport, 1998,1m1f, Kristen Lazarian (American playwright, 1968-____)

Soap Boxing," a 10-minute social drama in English, set in a metaphorical Garden of Eden, 2004, 1m1f, Colette Freedman (American playwright, writer, actor, producer, 1971-____)

Some Other Place," a 55-minute pair of dramatic monologs (without intermission) set in a suburban living room, U.S.A., 2000, 1m1f, Christopher Wall (American playwright, 1970-____)

Something Went Wrong," a 10-minute black comedy in English, set in a modest living room, evening, 2003, 1m1f, Matt Casarino (American playwright, manager, Muppet fan, musician, writer, 1970-____)

Sometimes a Wind in the Georgia Dusk,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a public park in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A., a beautiful summer evening, 2000, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

The Son-In-Law,” a 38-minute comic drama in English set in an apartment in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, evening, 1996, 1m1f, Phil Hines (American playwright, director, 19__-____)

Southern Discomfort,” a 45-minute comedy in American English, set in a hotel room, Hollywood, California, U.S.A., 10:00 a.m., 1989, 1m1f, Robert E. Lockney (American playwright, 1922-____)

Squeezing Papayas,” a 5-minute comedy in English, set on a terrace on hill outside of Mexico City, early summer morning, 2002, 1m1f, Robin Rice Lichtig (American playwright, 19__-____)

Stage Directions,”a 15-minute existential play in English, set in an empty “room,” at a time not known,1m1f, John Darling (American playwright, customer service person, 1952-____)

Starlight,” a 20-minute comedy in English set in a lounge at night, 1m1f, Brian Turner (New Zealand computer consultant/ playwright, 1936-____)

Stories, Stories,” a 12-minute dramatic comedy in English, set in a kitchen, late morning, 1998, 1m1f, Roger Martin (American playwright, actor, writer, 1930-____)

The Story,” a comedy, 1m1f, Carol S. Lashof (American playwright, educator, 1956-____)

Story of the Century,”a 15-minute science-fiction comedy in English, set in the dayroom of a nursing home, 1998, 1m1f, Mark Wolverton (American playwright, freelance writer, dramatist, 1960-____)

Stranger at My Gate,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in an alley in an American neighborhood, summer day, 1997, 1m1f, Margaret G. Waterstreet (American playwright, 1953-____)

Strangers on a Train,” a 9-minute comedy in English, on a New Jersey Transit commuter train, 6:00 p.m., weekday, 2000, 1m1f, Mrinalini Kamath (American playwright, writer, 1974-____)

Styopik and Manya,” by Nikolai Evreinov (Russian playwright, playwright, producer, director, historian, 1879-1953), a 20-minute comedy in English, set in St. Petersburg, Russia, a morning in early 1905, 1m1f, Nikolai Evreinov (Russian playwright, playwright, producer, director, historian, 1879-1953)

Subjects," a 40-minute contemporary drama in English, set in an apartment in San Francisco, 2001, 1m1f, Jody Handley (American playwright, writer, communications specialist, 1975-____)

Such Good Neighbors,” a 12-minute drama in English, set in the upstairs bedroom of an urban rowhouse, 3:00 a.m. during the week, 1992, 1m1f, Susan L. Middaugh (American playwright, writer, 1947-____)

Suite 510,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in an office building, late at night, 1992, 1m1f, Susan L. Middaugh (American playwright, writer, 1947-____)

"Sunday Morning in the Coffee Shop," a 10-minute religious drama in English, set in a coffeeshop, Sunday morning, 2003, 1m1f (+ 2 non-gender extras), Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Sunrise,” a 45-minute comedy-drama, set in any urban locale, 1990, 1m1f, Karin Diann Williams (American playwright, writer, 1964-____)

Susan, Katrina and Jill,” a 45-minute comedy-drama, set a room with a double bed, 1989, 1m1f, Karin Diann Williams (American playwright, writer, 1964-____)

Swamp Fire,” a 20-minute drama in English, set in a cabin on the edge of a southern swamp, sunset, 1990, 1m1f, Mitchell Ganem (American playwright, commercial producer, February 3, 1962-____)

Syllabub Hotel,” a 30-minute drama in English, set in an anonymous hotel room, mid-afternoon, the final Friday of a regular two- month span, 2000, 1m1f, Gareth Davies (British playwright, 1980-20__)

Thanks for the Ride,” a 28-minute horror drama in English, set in a car on the way home from college, evening, 1999, 1m1f, Bill McKinlay (American playwright, 1961-____)

This Magic Moment," a 35-minute comedy in English, set in an apartment living room, late afternoon, 2001, 1m1f, Jon Dorf (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

Threnody,” a 25-minute drama in English, set in a farm house in Central California, beginning of summer, present year, 1m1f (European-American playwright, director, writer, 1970-____)

The Tie" a 12-minute drama in English, set in a living room, evening, late on a weekend night, 1999, 1m1f, Dawson Moore (American playwright, theatre professor, director, actor, 1970-____)

To Engage in Mutual Touching or Caressing of the Lips," a 25-minute contemporary comedy in English, set in an apartment, 2000, 1m1f, Jody Handley (American playwright, writer, communications specialist, 1975-____)

Touch the Bluebird's Song,”a drama in English,1m1f, Louis E. Catron (American playwright, educator, author, 19__-____)

Traces in the Sand,” a 45-minute drama in English, 1m1f, Johnny Slastukin (Canadian playwright, 19__-____)

The Turn Down,” a 15-minute drama in English set in a bar, 1997, 1m1f, Jeffery Scott Elwell (American college professor, playwright, 1957-____)

The Turnover,”a 10-minute serio-comedy, set on a roof-top in Brooklyn, 1m1f, Adam Kraar (American playwright, 19__-____)

Two Views: A Crash Course in Life,” a 15-minute melodrama in English, set in a bus stop, during morning commute, 2001, 1m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Under the Bridge," a 10-minute comedy in English, set on a bridge, midnight, 2004, 1m1f, Kristyn Leigh Robinson (American playwright,1974-____)

Under the El-Fluence,” a 30-minute farce in English, set anywhere, 2001, 1m1f, Gordon Osmond (American playwright, 1974-____)

Uninvited Guest,” a 22-minute drama in English, set at an out-of-town wedding reception, evening, 1999, 1m1f, Bill McKinlay (American playwright, 1961-____)

Unrequited,” a 15-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a high school supply room, during a high school dance, 2001, 1m1f, David-Matthew Barnes (European-American playwright, director, writer, 1970-____)

Untamed,” a 15-minute verse drama in English set in a conference room in a very old courthouse, day in the eternal present, 1m1f, Richard Hellesen (American playwright, 1956-____)

A Valentine’s Day Sale,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a discount computer store, evening, Valentine’s  Day, 2001, 1m1f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

“Valentines and Killer Chili,” a drama in English, set in area staging, Valentine’s Day, 1m1f, complete script available elsewhere, Kent R. Brown (American playwright, ____-____)

Very Experimental: A Play About You,” a 10-minute absurdist comedy in English, set in two seats in a theatre, 1997, 2m, 2f, or 1m1f,  DJ Sanders (American playwright, teacher, 1973-____)

Victims,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in the green room of a TV studio, afternoon, 2002, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

Views,” a 15-minute drama in English, 1m1f, Mrinalini Kamath (American playwright, writer, 1974-____)

Waiting for the Lion,” a 15-minute drama, in English, set in a a cave in the Jordanian desert, high noon in 430 AD, 1m1f, Gabriel Lanci (American playwright, February 18, 1940-____)

The Waltz," a 10-minute comedy-drama in English, set in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A., 10:00 p.m., Saturday, August 12, 1920, 1m1f, Trisha E. Sugarek (Irish-French-American playwright, writer, director, actor, artist, 1941-____)

A Waltz Without Turns,” a 28-minute comedy in English, 1m1f, Angelo Parra (American playwright, 1948-____)

War,” a 12-minute comedy in English, set in a conference room in a courthouse, on a weekday morning, 1997, 1m1f, Fred Rohan-Vargas (Hispanic-American playwright, teacher, artist, 1949-____)

Warmflesch,” a 35-minute drama with humor in English, 1m1f, Angelo Parra (American playwright, 1948-____)

The Wash," a 10-minute dark comedy in English, set in the laundry room of a New York apartment building, 9:00 p.m., Friday evening, 1m1f, Jon Dorf (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

Wax and Wane,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set on the moon, lunch break, 1999, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

We Never Close,”a 30-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a roadside diner in rural North Carolina, U.S.A., Christmas night, 1994, 1m1f, Steve Willis (American playwright, College Professor/Playwright/Actor/Director, 1959-____)

Welcome to My World or When Rahula Rings the Bell,” a 6-1/2-minute non-traditional play in English, set wherever it’s done, whatever time it’s done, 1m1f or 2m or 2f, James L. Secor (American playwright, writer, editor, teacher, 1947-____)

Wendy's Hurricane," a 15-minute drama in English, set in a studio apartment near a university in the city of Chicago, middle of January, present, 1m1f, David-Matthew Barnes (American playwright, 1970-____)

What A Moon!” a 10-minute comedy in English, set on a blanket in a park, midnight, summer, 1999, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

What's Mine Is Mine," a 10-minute black comedy in English, set in a living room, anytime, 1m1f

Wheelchair Blues,” a drama about learning to see others, even if they are different, 1m1f, James I. Schempp (American playwright, 1943-____)

Wheelies,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in a studio apartment in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A., an afternoon in May, 1998, 1m1f, Rachel Rubin Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

When a Man Knows," a Scottish drama in English, set in _____, 2003, 1m1f (+ extra), Alan Watt Richardson (Scottish playwright, May 28, 1949-____)

Where Have All the Lightning Bugs Gone?”a drama in English, 1m1f, Louis E. Catron (American playwright, educator, author, 19__-____)

Wine So Red,” a 65-minute magic realism drama in English, set midtown in a large North American seaport, possibly Friday evening, 2002, 1m1f, Rodney Nelson (American playwright, editor, librarian, copy editor, 19__-____)

Wow," a 30-minute comedy in English, set in a classroom, a weekday evening, 1m1f, Betsy Robinson (American playwright, actor, February 7, 1951-____)

X Marks the Spot," a 10-minute comedy in English, set somewhere in the American midwest or a similar landscape, 2001, 1m1f, Jon Dorf (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

You Really Ought To Give Iowa a Try,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a bank in central Iowa, U.S.A., middle of a work-day, 2000, 1m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

Yvonne's Worst Fears," a 5-minute dark comedy in English, set in a bedroom, 2004, 1m1f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Two-Male Plays

Absolution,” a 35-minute absurdist drama in English, set in a mythical office, in the  future, 2m, Brian C. Petti (American playwright, 1969-____)

Accent,” an 18-minute comedy in English, set in a doctor’s office, 1996, 2m, Fred Rohan-Vargas (Hispanic-American playwright, teacher, artist, 1949-____)

Alby and the Big Fellah," a 12-minute drama in English, set in a hospital room, afternoon, December, 2004, 2m, John C. Bird (British playwright, author, 1933-____)

Alvissmal," a 10-minute Skaldic verse drama in English, translated and adapted from Old Norse by Roy C. Booth, set in outside Thrudheim, Thor's home in Asgard, night, ancient Norse mythological era, 2m

According to Us (A Parabolic Musical),” a 70-minute parable in English, set in a ruined Garden of a small church, during a single day (with flashbacks), 2m, Charles Butler, III , (American playwright, data analyst, minister, musician, 1952-____)

Almost Midnight,” an 18-minute tragedy set in a men's locker-room, 1996, 2m, Seth Foster, (African-American playwright, December 27, 1962-____)

Anything but Black," a 20-minute dramedy in English, set in the gift exchange center in a department store, early morning, 2003, 2m

At the Home,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set on the porch of a nursing home, 1999, 1m1f or 2m or 2f,  David R. Slavitt (American playwright, poet, novelist, and translator, March 23, 1935-____)

Babel Rap,” a bare-stage comedy in English, 2m or 2f, John Lazarus (Canadian playwright, 1947-____)

Barriers,” a 60-minute drama in English set in a prison interrogation room, evening, 1988, 2m, John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Ben and Jerry,” a 45-minute comic nightmare in English, set in a city in the United States of America, 2001, 2m, Gordon Osmond (American playwright, 1974-____)

Beneath the Deep Blue Sky," a 60-minute multimedia drama in English, 2m (+1m/1f extra), by Rob Bartel (Canadian playwright, ____-____)

Best Years,” a 35-minute chamber play in English, set in the showroom floor of a furniture store, seven minutes before opening, the present, 2m, Doug Dolcino (American playwright, 1966-____)

Billy,” a 30-minute drama in English, set in a living room in a suburban American city, in the near future, 2m (+ f voice), Stephen P. Peace (American playwright, environmental compliance officer, 19__-____)

Bogey,” a 40-minute black comedy in English, set in a mental institution, 2002, 2m, Polychronis Koutsakis (Greek playwright, 1974-____)

Burning Desire,” a 13-minute comedy in English, 2m, Mrinalini Kamath (American playwright, writer, 1974-____)

"Buzzards," a 5-minute dark comedy in English, set in a desert in the American Southwest, 1979, 2m, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Call Me Mr. Pitiful,”a 20-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the kitchen of an apartment/house/condo, Saturday morning, 1997, 2m, Rico Smith (American playwright, advertising manager, 1954-____)

Canada Ending and Other Wars of 1812,” a 75-minute multimedia play, 2m, Rob Bartel (Canadian playwright, poet, video game designer, 1976-____)

"Chicken," a 5-minute dark comedy in English, set in _____, 2003, 2m or 2f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

The City,” a 35-minute drama in English, set at the edge of a city, 1984, 2m or 2f, J. P. Allen (American playwright, actor, 1960-____)

A Community of Two," a 20-minute comedy in English, set in a desert, daytime, 2004, 2m, Terry M. Kenney (American playwright, consultant, writer, photographer, 1949-____)

Confessions from the Afterlife,” a 25-minute drama in English, set at a funeral, 1998, 2m, Mrinalini Kamath (American playwright, writer, 1974-____)

Counting Ninas,” a 20-minute drama in English set in a hotel room in midtown Manhattan, 1:30 a.m., 1996, 2m, Richard Hellesen (American playwright, 1956-____)

Court,” a 16-minute fantasy-drama in English, set in a courtroom, on a working weekday morning or afternoon, 2002, 2m (+ optional extra m), Bryce Martin (American playwright, journalist, freelance writer of fiction and nonfiction, May 5, 1943-____)

Courtship,” a 60-minute comedy in English, set at a park bench beside a stream, autumn through winter, 1995, 2m, Steve Penman (Canadian playwright, teacher, director, 1953-____)

"The Curious Tale of Doctor Lescarbault and the Planet Vulcan," a 30-minute historical drama in English, set in France, 1859, 2m2f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Daily Bread,” a 7-minute absurdist drama in English, set on a street, dusk, the present, 2m or 2f, L. Harris (American playwright, screenwriter, 1960-____)

The Dance and the Railroad,” a drama in English, set near the transcontinental railroad on a mountaintop in the American West, June, 1867, 2m, David Henry Hwang (American playwright, 1957-____)

Darkling Plain, The,” a 10-minute drama, in English, set in a rocky cliff near a mountain top in central Italy, a dark night in 771 A.D., 2m, Gabriel Lanci (American playwright, February 18, 1940-____)

David's Disappearance,” a 15-minute comedy-drama in English, set on a screen porch, Hoboken, New Jersey, U.S.A., October, 2001, 2m, Robin Rice Lichtig (American playwright, 19__-____)

Diablo Car Rental,” a 2-minute comedy in English, set at a car rental counter at an airport, spring night, 1997, 2m or 2f, Margaret G. Waterstreet (American playwright, 1953-____)

Director's Cut,” a 7-minute film noir, set on a Hollywood set, 1940s, 2m, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Dealin' the Blues,” a dark comedy in English set at a crossroads in Mississippi, hot part of day, 1996, 2m, Conor Buescher (American playwright, metallurgist, filmmaker, software engineer, 1963-____)

Don Quijote y Sancho Panza"["Don Quijote and Sancho Panza"], a comedy in Spanish based on the classic novel Aventuras del ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha [Adventures of the Ingenious Nobleman Don Quijote de la Mancha (1605), by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra], 2m, Manuel Chapuseaux (Dominican Republican playwright, actor, director, and teacher, 1954-____)

'Don't It Make Your Brown Eyes Blue,'," a 35-minute drama in English, set in a bedsit, sixish, in the recent past (2003), 2m or 2f, John Collings (English playwright, 1949-____)

Dowsing,” an 8-minute chamber play in English, set in a desert, midday, 1999, 2m, Doug Dolcino (American playwright, 1966-____)

Dumpster Dan," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in an alley, evening, present, 2m, Christopher Wall (American playwright, 1970-____)

Empty and Ready," a 20-minute drama in English, set in Bonnrigg, Scotland, just before dawn, 2004, 2m, David Elliot Brown (Scottish playwright living in Germany, voted by Player-Playwrights of London as playwright of the year 2003, London, December 26, 1964-____)

The Employee,” a 20-minute psychological thriller in English, set at a blue-collar insurance company, Vermont, U.S.A., 2002, 2m, Josiah Miles Pitchforth (American playwright, September 28, 1982-____)

An Encounter with an Interviewer," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in the Clemens' home, Elmira, New York, U.S.A., 1874, 2m, Mark Twain (aka Samuel Langhorne Clemens, American playwright, short story writer, novelist, 1835-1910)

Evan on Earth,” a 40-minute gay comedy-drama in English, set in the kitchen of  a New York City apartment, 3:00 a.m., 2001, 2m, Robert Patrick (American playwright, screenwriter, ghostwriter, 1937-____)

Evening Education,” a 35-minute drama in English set in college professor's office, night, 1991, 2m, Jeffery Scott Elwell (American college professor, playwright, 1957-____), Robert Patrickt (American playwright, screenwriter, ghostwriter, 1937-____)

The Fatal Game of Chess,” a 40-minute tragicomedy in English in three scenes, set in an artist's loft, New York City, 2002, 2m, Martin N. Bell (American playwright, 1927-____)

Fish,” a drama, 2m, David Mamet (American playwright, November 30, 1947-____)

Fish Kill on Maria Sanchez,” a 35- minute drama in English set on a bank of a lake, North Florida, night, summer 1964, 2m (1 m is black, 1 m is white), Doug Grissom (American playwright, professor, 1953- )

A Fool Is Always Right,” a 35-minute comedy in English set in Whitehall Palace, London, 1540, 2m, Kathryn Smith (American playwright and theater manager, 1956-____)

Forgeries,” a 40-minute comedy-drama in English, set stage left in a brand new regional theater, 1993, 2m, David Zarko (American playwright, theater director, 1949-____)

Free Enterprise,” a 60-minute comedy in English set on a street corner in New York City, late evening, New Year's Eve, 1996, 2m, Eric Sanders (American playwright, writer, 1970-____)

Frozen Alien,” a musical, set in a radio station and various mimed locations, late night, full moon, 2001, 2m, Michael Thomas Eserkaln (American playwright, improvisational comedian, 1971-____)

Fly a Kite," a 20-minute bare-stage dark comedy in English, set in an open area in a public park, late afternoon, 1997, 2m, Fred Rohan-Vargas (Hispanic-American playwright, teacher, artist, 1949-____)

Garrett, the Blue Giraffe,”a 75-minute metatheatre fantasy, set in an urban park zoo, late morning, autumn, 1998, 2m or 1m1f, in English original by Coni Ciongoli-Koepfinger (Russian-Italian American playwright, director, acting teacher, 1957-____) and in Italian translation by Alex Franchini (____-____)

Generals and Rabbis,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in business class section a commercial airline, Monday morning, July, 1999, 2m, Milton Matz (American rabbi, psychologist, and playwright, June 30, 1927-____)

Ghost Writer," a 10-minute comedy-drama in English in five scenes, set in a room in a bed and breakfast, late one night, 2004, 2m, Dave Tucker (American playwright, actor, director, 1961-____)

Gigo," a 20-minute comedy-drama in English, set in an office building in the northeast United States, a weeknight, 2004, 2m, Michael Burgan (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1960-____)

Gutter Rat,” a 31-minute drama in English, set in the bottom of a sewer, daytime, 2001, 2m, Barry M. Putt, Jr. (American playwright, 1969-____)

Ham Radio,” a 20-minute comedy in English set in an outdoor café, 2m, James Brunelle (American teacher of guitar and creativity, playwright, 19__-____)

Harry Dinker, Private Eye,” a 10-minute detective parody in English, set in Harry Dinker’s office in the “downtown section of a grimy city nobody has any use for,” afternoon, 1998, 2m or 1m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

High Concept Harry,” a 20-minute dark comedy in English, set in Harry Fleck’s literary/talent office in Hollywood, afternoon, 2000, 2m, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Hitler Was a House Painter,” a 45-minute drama in English, set in a small house in the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A., 1994, 2m, Dan Roth (American playwright, actor, 1941-____)

Horst and Graben in the Context of the Unfinished Man,” a 10-minute absurdist comedy in English, set in the middle an expansive desert, sunset, 1998, 2m, Jeffrey Frederick Gold (American playwright, filmmaker, film composer, 1968-____)

Incredible Rump,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in an automobile showroom, 2002, 2m, Dan Roth (American playwright, actor, 1941-____)

It’s Only Fuchsia If You’re a God Damn Fag,” a 20-minute drama in English, set in a bathroom, early evening, the present, 2001, 2m, Howard W. Casner (American playwright, 1954-____)

The Jar,” a 6-minute drama in English, set in a nearly empty living room, 8:45 a.m., 2001, 2m, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

Jason's Will," a 10-minute drama in English, set in the conference room of a law office, 9:00 a.m., Monday morning, 2002, 2m, Kristyn Leigh Robinson (American playwright,1974-____)

Johnny Lupo,” an 11-minute drama in English, set under a bridge near a river across from a city, about 5:00 p.m. on a Saturday, 1998, 2m, Thom Michael Mulligan (Irish playwright, actor, writer, sales/marketing manager, 19__-____)

Joyce Dewitt in the Bathroom,” a 35-minute comedy in English set in a home, a psychologist's office, and the bathroom, 1997, 2m, Ben Ohmart (American playwright and short story writer, 1970-____)

King of the Moon,” a 55-minute comedy in English, set in the Eagle Lunar Module, July 20th, 1969, 2m (+ offstage male voice), Adam Paul (American playwright, actor, 1921-____) and Scott Alan Smith (American playwright, actor, 1961-____)

King of the Moon," a 55-minute comedy in English, set in the Eagle Lunar Module, July 20th, 1969, 2m (+ offstage male voice)

King of Weirdsville," a 45-minute comedy in English, set in Northhampton, Massachusetts, U.S.A., 2003, 2m, Keith Alan Hemmerling (American playwright, President of The Hemmerling Foundation, October 10, 1955-____)

The Last Days of Mars," a 5-minute comedy in English, set on Mars, 2004, 2m, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

The Last Play,” a ten-minute drama, 2m, James I. Schempp (American playwright, 1943-____)

Locations,” a 10-minute comedy-satire in English, set nowhere in particular, anytime, 2m, 2f, or 1m1f, Elmer N. Engstrom (American playwright, retired, 1922-____),

Longplay,” a 10-minute comedy sketch in English set in an apartment, 1995, 2m (30-40), Beth Campbell Stemple (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1962-____)

Lookout,” a 5-minute theatre-of-the-absurd comedy in English, set at sea, present or past, 1m2f or 2m1f or 3m or 3f or 2m or 2f or 1m1f, Lee Steele (American playwright, tech writer, submarine veteran, 1957-____)

Next Season," a 6-minute comedy in English, set in a restaurant. 2003, 2m (+1m extra), Steven Bergman (American playwright, composer, educator, musical director, 1965-____)

The Machine,” a 45-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the systems department, the future, 2m, Peter Sonenstein (American playwright, 19__-____)

The Machine; or, Greater than Zero, Less than One,” a 20-minute horror black comedy in English, set in two apartments, late Thursday night, August, 1999, 2m, Yuval Sharon (American playwright, student, 1979-____)

Magnificent Obsession,” a 16-minute PG comedy in English, 2m, Dave Christner (American playwright, 19__-____)

Man-Made,” a bare-stage 17-minute absurdist comedy in English set on the Mojave Desert, 1997, 2m or 2f, John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Marxism: The Gospel According to Groucho,” a 45-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a run-down theatre, 1990, 2m, David LeMaster (American playwright, Professor of Theater andEnglish, September 19, 1966-____)

The Man,” a 40-minute social drama in English, set in area staging, late morning on any weekday, 1998, 2m, Brian Scott (American playwright, writer, actor, 1970-____)

Man-Made,” a bare-stage 17-minute absurdist comedy in English set on the Mojave Desert, 1997, 2m or 2f, John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Marxism: The Gospel According to Groucho,” a 45-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a run-down theatre, 1990, 2m, David LeMaster (American playwright, Professor of Theater andEnglish, September 19, 1966-____)

Memories of the Dewey Administration," a 5-minute comedy in English, set in a bar in the urban Northeast, the night before the presidential election in 1952, November, 1952, 2m2m, by Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, writer, actor, producer, 1971-____)

Men and Puppets," a __-minute drama in Hebrew, translated into English by Miriam Pincus (Israeli translator from Hebrew into English, 19__-____), set in a puppet theatre, 2003, 2m (+ 2 puppets), Yonah Yon Atlas (Israeli playwright, 19__-____)

Mere Oblivion," a 35-minute absurd drama in English, set in an unknown environment, 2003, 1m1f or 2m (1m or 1f is a voice), Nathan Chapman (American playwright, actor, director, drama lecturer, 1978-____)

A Misreading of Camus,” a 10-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a popular coffee bar, daytime, 1998, 2m, Howard W. Casner (American playwright, 1954-____)

Moishe and Mohammed," a 60-minute political commentary in English, set in a room, anytime, 2003, 2m, Phillip W. Weiss (American playwright, 1949-____)

A Moment of Reflection,” a 20-minute comedy, 2m or 2f, Ian Boyce (Australian playwright, ____-____)

The Moment I Wake Up,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in a park at a bench, daytime, 2001, 2m, Howard W. Casner (American playwright, 1954-____)

Money Means Everything,” a 7-minute comedy/satire in English, set in U.S. Mint, 1997, 2m, Eric Ferguson (American playwright, writer, living historian, 1963-____)

Mozart Requiem,” a 45-minute absurdist pseudo-biography in English set around a coffin, Austria, chiefly during the life of Nannerl Mozart, 1m1f or 2m or 2f, David Whiteley (Canadian playwright/director/actor/writer/musician/student, 1971-____)

Newt Gingrich Visits a Residential Youth Facility Not Near Omaha,” a 10-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a bedroom in a foster care facility, an afternoon, 1995, 2m, Jon Dorf (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

The Night Ferris Bueller Died,” a 35-minute drama in English set in a New York City subway train car, 2:00 a.m., 1995, 2m (+ 2-4 extras), Dan Settani (American playwright, actor, April 23, 1970-____)

No Trains,” a drama, 2m (1 teenager, 1 adult), Martin Jude Farawell (American playwright, 19__-____)

Northernmost Freight,” a 10-minute farce in English, set in a Chicago office, late morning, 2001, 2m, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

November 22,” a 20-minute mystery in English, set in a studio apartment, November 22, 2m, “Scot” William Patrick Walker (American playwright, author, editor, 19__-____)

Number 10,”  a 10-minute chamber play in English, set in a living room, 1999, 2m, Doug Dolcino (American playwright, 1966-____)

The Oldest Gay in America,” a 40-minute comedy-drama in English, set outdoors, in Vermont, U.S.A., 1992, 2m, Michel Corbeil (American playwright, 19__-____)

On Golden Wings,” a 33-minute drama in English, set in Milano, Italy, on an evening in February, 1840, 2m, A. Giovanni Affinito (Italian-American playwright, 1930-____)

Patience and Mr. Potter,” a 12-minute comedy in English, set in an overgrown lot, New York City, February, summer, 1910, 2m, Robin Rice Lichtig (American playwright, 19__-____)

Percy Bysshe Shelley: A Rebel Attitude," a 20-minute drama in English, set in the Shelley home, 1811, 2m, Peter Fabbri Langman (American playwright, psychologist, 1960-____)

"Piano Man," a 40-minute comedy/drama in English, set in a back room of a piano store, anywhere, the present (2003), 2m, Audrey L. Cefaly (American playwright, Web publisher, 1967-____)

Places," a 25-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the dressing room of a theatre, minutes before performance time, evening, 1989, 2m, Michael Thomas Tower (American playwright, 19__-____)

Play's End," a 25-minute dark comedy in English, set in the Doe family living room, late afternoon, 1996, 2m, Jon Dorf (American playwright, 1971-____)

A Portrait by Sargent,” a 45-minute comedy in English, set in John Singer Sargent's studio, London, morning, 1902, 2m (+cameos by 1m2f), Kathryn Y. Smith (American playwright, journalist, nonprofit executive director, 1956-____)

The Present,” a 30-minute absurdist comedy-drama in English, set in Raspberry’s apartment, 1997, 2m, 2f, or 1m1f, DJ Sanders (American playwright, teacher, 1973-____)

A Princess in Training,” a 45-minute poignant comedy exploring change of gender in American English set in a surreal setting, 1994, 2m or 2f, Cheryl Costa (American playwright and computer professional, April 23, 1952-____)

Reality Check,” a 14-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a subway tunnel, New York City, Friday p.m., spring, 2003, 2m, Fred Sahner (American playwright, writer, 1935-____)

Report to the River,” a 60-minute drama in English, set in Lawrence, Kansas, U.S.A., 1997, 2m, Paul Stephen Lim (American playwright, university professor, 1944-____)

The Resurrection of Samuel Taylor Coleridge," a 25-minute drama in English in two scenes set in a sitting room and lecture hall, London, England, 1812, 2m, Peter Fabbri Langman (American playwright, psychologist, 1960-____)

Riffing,” a 10-minute comedy, in English, set in an apartment, 1997, 2m, Justin Warner (American playwright, radio writer, author, improv performer, 1971-____)

The Rule,” a 10-minute comedy-satire in English, set in a pizza shop, dinner time, 1995, 2m, Elmer N. Engstrom (American playwright, retired, 1922-____)

Santa Tells a Story,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set a laundromat, Christmas Eve, 2002, 2m, Tami Canaday (American playwright, 1959-____)

The Scrimmage,” a 25-minute drama in English, set in a locker room South of Pittsburgh, 5:00 p.m., July 15, 1974, 2m, Denis Meadows (American playwright, director, 1944-____)

Selective Memory,” a 25-minute drama with adult language, 2m, Mark S. P. Turvin (American playwright, 1969-____)

A Shortcut to Paradise,” a 15-minute bare-stage drama in English, set in a boys’ room in a house in a Moslem fundamentalist country, not long after the events in New York City on September 11, 2001, 2m (both are children), Nina Kossman (American playwright, author, 1959-____)

Show,” a religious black comedy in English, in twenty-three scenes, set in an institution, probably 1992, 2m, Victor Bumbalo (aka Rev. Sraddha Karuna, playwright, Buddhist novice, Zen Dharma teacher, 1948-____)

The Thing of It,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a back bedroom during a Hollywood party, midnight, Saturday night, 2m, Grant Gottschall (American playwright, television producer, 19__-____)

Thirty Days,” a 23-minute drama in English set in a juvenile detention center, 1990, 2m, Charleen Phelps (Canadian playwright and author, 1953-____)

Ties That Bind,” a 12-minute family drama in English, set in a kitchen, 2:00 p.m, Wednesday, March,  2003, Fred Sahner (American playwright, writer, 1935-____)

The Time We've All Been Dreaming Of," a 12-minute drama in English, set in a study, evening, 2004, 2m, Mary Humphrey Baldridge (Canadian playwright, 1937-____)

To Have and To Hold,” a 95-minute romantic gay comedy in English, set in New York, early 1990s, 2m, Paul Harris (American playwright, 1958-____)

A Topnotch Man,” a 25-minute realistic drama in English, set in a business executive’s office, today, midmorning, 2m, Hugh Aaron (American playwright, writer, 1924-____)

“A Trick of the Light,” a bare-stage drama in English, with props, set in a retirement complex, on a weekend, 2m, complete script available elsewhere, Kent R. Brown (American playwright, ____-____)

“Two Beers and a Hook Shot,” a drama in English, 2m, complete script available elsewhere, Kent R. Brown (American playwright, ____-____)

Very Experimental: A Play About You,” a 10-minute absurdist comedy in English, set in two seats in a theatre, 1997, 2m, 2f, or 1m1f,  DJ Sanders (American playwright, teacher, 1973-____)

Vortex,” a 60-minute mystery -drama in English, set on the top of Cathedral Rock in Sedona, Arizona, U.S.A., at sunset, preceeding into the night, 1997, 2m, Wade Sheeler (American playwright, writer, director, editor, assistant director, 1964-____)

The Waiting Room," a 27-minute bare-stage religious drama in English, set in Hell, immediately following Jesus' crucifixion, 2m, Jody Handley (American playwright, writer, communications specialist, 1975-____)

Welcome to My World or When Rahula Rings the Bell,” a 6-1/2-minute non-traditional play in English, set wherever it’s done, whatever time it’s done, 1m1f or 2m or 2f, James L. Secor (American playwright, writer, editor, teacher, 1947-____)

The West Hollywood Affair,” a 45-minute drama in English set in West Hollywood, California, late night, 1994, 2m, Guillermo Reyes (Chilean-born American citizen, theatre professor, 1962-____)

White Bison,” a 15-minute bare-stage tragicomedy in Spanish, with English translation by the playwright available, set in a desert in Africa, 2002, 2m, Antonio Bou (Puerto Rican playwright, figurative painter, journalist, professor, narrator, poet, February, 1944-____)

Wildlife,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a neighborhood pub, 10:10 p.m., October, 1997, 2m, Barry Hall (American playwright, 1963-____)

The Zoo Story,” a drama in English set in Central Park, 2m, Edward Albee (American playwright, 1928-____)

You're Next," a 17-minute drama in English, set in a storage room off a high school boys locker room, sometime before lunch, 1997, 2m, Jon Dorf (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

Two-Female Plays

Another Reason Why Yvonne Doesn't Get Asked Out Very Much," a 1-minute dark comedy in English, set in Yvonne's place, a Wednesday, 2004, 2f (+ m voice), Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

At the Home,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set on the porch of a nursing home, 1999, 1m1f or 2m or 2f,  David R. Slavitt (American playwright, poet, novelist, and translator, March 23, 1935-____)

Aubergine,” a bare-stage 30-minute experimental piece in English, 2f, Christine Child (American playwright, 19__-____)

Autumn's Child," a 10-minute or 40-minute drama in English, set in a farmhouse in the American Midwest, morning, October, 2002, 2f, Tom Smith (American playwright, director, actor, educator, 1969-____)

Babel Rap,” a bare-stage comedy in English, 2f or 2m, John Lazarus (Canadian playwright, 1947-____)

Before She Leaves,” a 12-minute family drama in English, set in a kitchen, Sunday evening, 2003, 2f, Fred Sahner (American playwright, writer, 1935-____)

Behind a Masquerade of Rhymes,” a 20-minute drama in English, set in a writing class of a community education program, New York City, 1996, 2f, PS Lorio (American playwright, composer, 1958-____)

Beyond Measure," a 14-minute bare stage comedy in English, 2f, Geralyn Horton (aka Geralyn Horton, American playwright, critic/reviewer, actor, director, 1940-____)

Bloom; or, The Baby Thing,” a 23-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the East Village, New York City, afternoon, 1999, 2f, Samm Hill (American playwright, writer, actor, director, waiter, Sepember 6, 1968-____)

Blurb-the Story of Her,”a comedy-drama in English, 2f, Stephanie Sands (Australian playwright, 1968-____)

Born Again,” a 90-minute drama in English, set in a fifth-floor studio apartment in New York City, midnight, 1997, 2f, Stephen Roylance (American playwright, director, teacher, actor, 1951-____)

Buying a Brassiere,” a 15-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the lingerie department of a large department store, daytime, 1999, 2f, Rebecca Ritchie (American playwright, January 29, 1940-____)

Bye Bye Love,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a funeral home, 2001, 2f, Kitty S. Dubin (American playwright, professor of playwriting, 1945-____)

Cake,” a 25-30-minute comedy, 2f, Robert Shaffron (American playwright, 1955-____)

Catherine Howard,” a 27-minute drama in French in three scenes, set in London, October 16, 1542, 2f, Eddy G. Piron (Belgian playwright,  journaliste Radio Nostalgie, December 26, 1963-____)

The City,” a 35-minute drama in English, set at the edge of a city, 1984, 2f or 2m, J. P. Allen (American playwright, actor, 1960-____)

Clean,” a 15-minute comedy-drama in English, set at a bus stop in Beverly Hills, California, U.S.A., a Wednesday afternoon, 2002, 2f, David-Matthew Barnes (European-American playwright, director, writer, 1970-____)

Close to Home,” a 15-minute drama in English, set in the living/dining room of apartment, 2001, 2f, Eric G. Westerlund (American playwright, writer, director, editor, 1964-____)

Coda,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in the kitchen of a farmhouse in Connecticut, U.S.A., June, 1978, 2f, Rachel Rubin Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

The Color of the Sky," a bare-stage 7-minute melodrama in English, set in Suzie Ann's backyard, a summer afternoon, 2f, Ronald V. Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Covers,” a 10-minute drama, 2f, Sandra Perlman (American playwright, 1944-____)

Crèche," a 15-minute dark comedy in English, set in a mall, late afternoon, Christmas Eve, 2002, 2f, Monica E. Raymond (American playwright, writer 19__-____)

Daily Bread,” a 7-minute absurdist drama in English, set on a street, dusk, the present, 2f or 2m, L. Harris (American playwright, screenwriter, 1960-____)

Dark Snow, Evening,” a 10-minute melodrama in English set in the parlor of Aunt Lida’s home in the New York woods, 1997, 2f [see above for 1f version], Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Dark Snow, Morning,” a 10-minute melodrama in English set in the parlor of Aunt Lida’s home in the New York woods, 1997, 2f [see above for 1f version], Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Dark Snow,” definitive version, a 20-minute melodrama in English set in the parlor of Aunt Lida’s home in the New York woods, 1997, 2f [see above for 1f version], Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Diablo Car Rental,” a 2-minute comedy in English, set at a car rental counter at an airport, spring night, 1997, 2f or 2m, Margaret G. Waterstreet (American playwright, 1953-____)

"The Advertisement," a 15 minute comedy in English, set in a shared bed-sitter in an Australian city. 2f, Paula Williams (Australian playwright, short story writer, screen writer, 19__-____)

Doing the Wash,” a 25-minute comic drama in English set in a laundry room, Astoria, New York City, summer morning, 1993, 2f, Phil Hines (American playwright, director, 19__-____)

Dolly Would,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set at a highway rest stop, 1997, 2f, Jocelyn Beard (American playwright, 19__-____)

Dos Corazones,” a 25-minute drama in English and Spanish set in a hospital room, late one night, 2f, Hellesen, Richard (American playwright, 1956-____)

Down Deep,” a 20-minute drama in English, set in the backyard of a handsome, old-style house, an autumn night, 2000, 2f, Larry Harris (aka Larry R. Harris, American playwright, screenwriter, 1960-____)

Elvis and Eleanor,” a 60-minute drama in English set in New York City, 1991, 2f, Mark Dunn (American playwright, 19__-____)

A Familiar Face,” a 40-minute dark comedy in English, set in a London café, afternoon, 2000, 2f, Andrew Biss (British playwright, ____-____)

Felicity's Family Tree,” a 15-minute drama in English, set in a small, shabbily furnished apartment, Saturday afternoon, 2001, 2f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

Field Hockey Legs," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in an art studio, 2:15 p.m., Monday, 2003, Colette Freedman (American playwright, writer, actor, producer, 1971-____)

Fin and Euba,” a 18-minute drama in English, set on a porch, Northern Florida, U.S.A., late evening, 2001, 2f, Audrey Cefaly (American playwright, Web publisher, 1967-____)

Finding the Flame,”a 15-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a boarding school dormitory room, day and night, 1990, 2f, Patricia Montley (American playwright, writer, professor, administrator, 1942-____)

For Both of Us,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in suburban America, at various times, 2f, Vincent Peter (American playwright, pipefitter, 1945-____)

Free Advice,” a 7-minute comedy in English, set in an urban train station, evening rush hour, 1997, 2f (+ male or female voice), Margaret G. Waterstreet (American playwright, 1953-____)

"Friends," a 10-minute drama in English, set in a fast-food restaurant and cemetery, noon, 1997, 2f, Fred Rohan-Vargas (Hispanic-American playwright, teacher, artist, 1949-____)

Frikken Justice,” a 70-minute comedy in English, set on a split-stage living room in Frikken Texas, U.S.A., 9:00 a.m., March, 2001, 2f, La’Nelle Gambrell (American playwright, writer, 1954-____)

Fun Run,” a 35-minute comedy-drama in English, set during a three-legged race, England, March, 2002, 2f, Olivia Smedley (British playwright, 1972-____)

Girl Shoes,”a comedy in English, set in the Mr. Freeze Ice Cream Store, Verona, New Jersey, U.S.A., Sunday, 11:01 p.m., January, 1997, 2f, Mary Hanes (American playwright, 1953-____)

Here I Am, Mother: The Real Story of Marilyn Monroe," a 90-minute drama in English, set on a stage, August 5, 2004, or the present,a 90-minute drama in English, set on a stage, August 5, 2004, or the present, 2f (+2m optional), Nancy Miracle (Italian-American playwright, writer, September 14, 1946-____)

Hijab," a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a living room/bedroom, morning, U.S.A., 2003, 2f, Monica E. Raymond (American playwright, writer 19__-____)

In the Blinking of an Eye,” a 30-minute tragicomedy in English and translated into Welsh by Annes Gruffydd, set at a picnic, daytime, 1995, 2f, Jeremy Hylton Davies (Welsh playwright, writer, director, actor and university lecturer, 1969-____)

In Search Of," a drama in English, set in the lobby of a theatre, 2f, Sheilah Kleiman (American playwright, 1943-____)

It’s So Me, Mom!” an 8-minute comedy in English, set in a living room, spring, 8:30 p.m., 2001, 2f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

Juice,” a 15-minute bare-stage interweaving of monologs in English, 1995,2f, Patricia Montley (American playwright, writer, professor, administrator, 1942-____)

Kissing,” a 10-minute drama with comedic elements in English set in an office ladies’ room, 1995, 2f, Beth Campbell Stemple (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1962-____)

The Lady Doth Protest," a 10-minute drama in English, set in a police station in Washington, D.C., U.S.A., late at night, spring in the months preceding the War in Iraq, 2003, 2f, Eric C. Peterson (American playwright/actor/director, 1970-____)

A Late Lunch,” a 13-minute comedy in English, set in a  restaurant in Boston’s South End, nearly 3:00 p.m., a weekday afternoon, 1998,2f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Late/Late . . . Computer Date!” a 40-minute sentimental comedy in English, set in the sitting room of the Paisley sisters, evening of Veronica's first date, 1983, 2f (+ possible bird extra), Ludmilla Bollow (American playwright, writer, actress, 19__-____)

Leftovers," a 25-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a lecture hall/kitchen, one day, 2004, 2f, Scott McMorrow (North American playwright, poet, actor, firefighter, 1961-____)

Locations,” a 10-minute comedy-satire in English, set nowhere in particular, anytime, 2m, 2f, or 1m1f, Elmer N. Engstrom (American playwright, retired, 1922-____),

Lookout,” a 5-minute theatre-of-the-absurd comedy in English, set at sea, present or past, 1m2f or 2m1f or 3m or 3f or 2m or 2f or 1m1f, Lee Steele (American playwright, tech writer, submarine veteran, 1957-____)

Louisa May Incest,” a 30-minute drama in English set in Concord, Massachusetts, U.S.A., 1868, 2f, Carolyn Gage (American playwright, March 14, 1952-____)

Mary Medusa,” a Lesbian comedy in English, 2f, Lorri Millan (Canadian playwright, 19__- ) and Shawna Dempsey (Canadian playwright, 19__-____)

Man-Made,” a bare-stage 17-minute absurdist comedy in English set on the Mojave Desert, 1997, 2m or 2f, John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Marla's Devotion,” a 50-minute comedy in English set in a hectic city, 1990s, 2f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

Martian Beach Babes," a 5-minute comedy in English, set on a beach, Mars, before the water dried up, 2f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Mason-Dixon,” a 35-minute drama in English set in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S.A., 1865, 2f, Carolyn Gage (American playwright, March 14, 1952-____)

Mimi and Me,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a nursing home, afternoon, 1998, 2f, Kitty S. Dubin (American playwright, professor of playwriting, 1945-____)

Mr Perfect," a 35-minute comedy in English, set in a hotel lounge bar, late afternoon, Scotland, 2003, 2f (+1m nonspeaking), Alan Watt Richardson (Scottish playwright, May 28, 1949-____)

A Moment of Reflection,” a 20-minute comedy,2f or 2m, Ian Boyce (Australian playwright)

"Monument Avenue," a 30-minute comedy in English, set among the Confederate statues along Monument Avenue, Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A, a Saturday morning in springtime, 2003, 2f (+ non-gender voice), Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Moon People,” a drama in English, 2f, Aviva Ravel (Canadian playwright, 19__-____)

Mother's Day,” a 10-minute comedy in English set in a boat, 1997, 2f, Edith Tarbescu (American playwright, author, 1952-____)

Mozart Requiem,” a 45-minute absurdist pseudo-biography in English set around a coffin, Austria, chiefly during the life of Nannerl Mozart, 1m1f or 2m or 2f, David Whiteley (Canadian playwright/director/actor/writer/musician/student, 1971-____)

Mollusk," a 10-minute dark comedy in English, set at a table in a restaurant, afternoon, 2002, 2f, Trista Baldwin (American playwright, 1971-____)

My Life in Church Basements,” a 35-minute performance piece in English, 1f or 2f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

My Secret Place,” a drama in English, 2f, Stephanie Sands (Australian playwright, 1968-____)

New Hope,” a 45-minute dark comedy in English, set in McComb Funeral Home, rural Alabama, U.S.A., 2001, 2f, Audrey Cefaly (American playwright, Web publisher, 1967-____)

The Night Before Christmas," a 10 minute comedy in English, set in the living room of an Australian house, 2001, 2f, Paula Williams (Australian playwright, short story writer, screen writer, 19__-____)

Old Wives’Tales,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a church pew, immediately following a wedding, 1998, 2f , Beth Campbell Stemple (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1962-____)

On That Day," a 15-minute drama in English, set in rural Nigeria, 10:00 p.m., 1986, 2f (+ 8 extras), Adeola Abiodun Osunkojo (Nigerian playwright, theatre student, 1986-____)

Paradise,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set on a a tropical beach, 2002, 2f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

Patience and Clay,” a 10-minute drama in English set in a desert, dusk, 1996, 2f, Rachel Manija Brown (American playwright, screenwriter, stage manager, 1973-____)

Pictures in Babcia’s Head,” a 40-minute reminiscence in English, set on a split stage (1) interior, domestic kitchen and (2) space, representing England, Poland, Lebanon, showing three generations of history seen from Wanda’s birthday, 1999, 2f, Jim Grover (British playwright, college lecturer, actor,  1948-____)

Prelude,” a 10-minute comedy-drama in English, set in Western Connecticut, U.S.A., Sunday, July, 1946, 2f, Rachel Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

The Present,” a 30-minute absurdist comedy-drama in English, set in Raspberry’s apartment, 1997,2m, 2f, or 1m1f,  DJ Sanders (American playwright, teacher, 1973-____)

A Princess in Training,” a 45-minute poignant comedy exploring change of gender in American English set in a surreal setting, 1994, 2f or 2m, Cheryl Costa (American playwright and computer professional, April 23, 1952-____)

Prison of the Lost Souls,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in a prison graveyard, December, 1997, 2f, Kay Rhoads (American playwright, social services administrator, writer, 1941-____)

The Private Life of Richard Tanu,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set in an ad agency office, London, England, 1994, 2f, David Zarko (American playwright, theater director, 1949-____)

Recovery,” a 35-minute comedy in English, set in living room, during three years, 1996-1999, 2f, Kristen Lazarian (American playwright, 1968-____)

Rondo,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in the kitchen of a farmhouse in Connecticut, U.S.A., June, 1978, 2f, Rachel Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

Roulette,” a 15-minute drama in English, 2f, Mrinalini Kamath (American playwright, writer, 1974-____)

Second Sunday in May,” a 37-minute serio-comedy in English, set in the home of Anita Wells, on an April morning, 1998, 2f, A. Giovanni Affinito (Italian-American playwright, 1930-____)

Shooting Tori,”a 10-minute political comedy in American English, set inside an elevator, late afternoon, October, 1996, 2f, Jeffrey Adams (American playwright, bookseller, 1966-____)

Sister’s Keeper,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in a kitchen/breakfast room, morning, 2002, 2f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____),

Skimming Through,” a 40- minute comedy/drama in English set in a library, daytime, 1995, 2f, Doug Grissom (American playwright, professor, 1953-____)

Skulls,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set in a sitting room of a shared house, England, 6.00 p.m., Thursday, 2002, 1m1f or 2f, Charli E. Cree (British playwright, technical theatre student, 1984-____)

Sophisticated Barflies,” 15-minute comedy in English, set in a bar, 1998, 2f, Kristen Lazarian (American playwright, 1968-____)

Station ‘Brief Encounter,’” a drama in Russian, 1m2f, Tatyana Katinskaya (Russian playwright, 19__-____)

Table Stakes, No Limit,” a 30-minute black comedy in English set in a coffee shop, Saturday afternoon, 2f, Mary Lathrop (American playwright, writer, 1951-____)

Tea Cozy,” a 12-minute melodrama, in English, set in the living room of a suburban home, midday, 1998, 2f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

They Don't Write Parts for Old Ducks," a 27-minute comedy in English, set in a club room, no specific time, 2004, 2f, Bob Galley (aka R. Galley, aka Robert Galley, Australian playwright, medical doctor, 1947-____)

The Thingjimmy,” a 10-minute sex farce in English, set in a college dorm room, early evening, March, 1999, 2f, G. L. (American playwright, 1940-____)

3712,” a comedy in English, 2f, Ben Ohmart (American playwright and short story writer, 1970-____)

A Ton of Feathers,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set a kitchen, on a weekend afternoon, 1998, 2f, Laurel Haines (American playwright, 1958-____)

Tough As Nails,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a nail salon, Friday afternoon, 1998, 2f, Kitty S. Dubin (American playwright, professor of playwriting, 1945-____)

Tracking Maneuvers,”a drama in English,2f, Jennifer Yeo (American playwright, ____-____)

Trophies,” an 18-minute drama in English set in the kitchen, living room and bedroom of Irene's home, late morning, 1995, 2f, Darcy Rice (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1959-____)

2000 Miles,” a drama, 2f, Diana Son (American playwright, 19__-____)

Two Women & a Chair," 2f, Michael Geoffrey Olsen (Australian playwright, public servant, 1966-____)

Unbinding Our Lives,” a bare-stage 55-minute set of three dramatic monologues about Chinese-American immigrants, circa 1840-1910, 1f or 2f or 3f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Unforgiven,” a 25-minute drama in English, 2f, Mrinalini Kamath (American playwright, writer, 1974-____)

Unplugged,” a 15-minute drama in English, set in Ms. Whiting’s office, 2f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

The Vegie Co-op,”a comedy in English,2f, Stephanie Sands (Australian playwright, 1968-____)

Very Experimental: A Play About You,” a 10-minute absurdist comedy in English, set in two seats in a theatre, 1997,2m, 2f, or 1m1f,  DJ Sanders (American playwright, teacher, 1973-____)

Waiting for the Call," a 20-minute comedy in English, inspired by Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot, set in a room, 2001, 2f, Paul Patton (aka Paul D. Patton, American playwright, 1952-____)

Wake-Up Call," a 10-minute drama in English, set in a kitchen, early morning, around 7:00 a.m., 2005, 2f, Sandra K. Hosking (aka Sandra Kay Hosking, American playwright, teacher, journalist, 1969-____)

Welcome to My World or When Rahula Rings the Bell,” a 6-1/2-minute non-traditional play in English, set wherever it’s done, whatever time it’s done, 1m1f or 2m or 2f, James L. Secor (American playwright, writer, editor, teacher, 1947-____)

White Walls,” a drama in English,2f, Stephanie Sands (Australian playwright, 1968-____)

The Woman in the White Jogging Suit,” a 50-minute drama, 2f, Sandra Perlman (American playwright, 1944-____)

Women of the Universe, Unite!" a 5-minute science-fiction comedy in English, set on an alien spaceship orbiting Earth, anyday now, 2f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Wrinkles,” a 15-minute dark comedy in English, set at a park bench, a sunny afternoon, summer, 2001, 2f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

One-Male-Two-Female Plays

Are You All Right in There?" a 20-minute teenage comedy-drama in English, set in the upstairs master bathroom of an American home, almost midnight on a Friday night in spring, 1995, 1m2f, David-Matthew Barnes (European-American playwright, director, writer, 1970-____)

Armagideon,” a 70-minute drama in English, set in the aunts' home, in a militarized state, midday, tomorrow, 1m2f, Shawna Dempsey (Canadian playwright, 19__-____)

The Art of Dating,” a twelve-minute romantic comedy in English set in a crowded restaurant in the very near future (post-1994), 1m2f or 2m1f , Jeffery Scott Elwell (American college professor, playwright, 1957-____)

Asked and Answered,” a 15-minute dark comedy in English, set in the Oak Room, of the Plaza Hotel, New York City, New York, U.S.A., evening, 1999, 1m2f, Bill John McMahon (American playwright, 1955-____)

Atmospheric Inserts,” a 45-minute dark future comedy in English, set in the Atmospheric Insert Laboratory, 2579, 1m2f, Jefferson Arca (American playwright, actor, March 13, 1969-____)

Autumn Leaves,” an 11-minute comedy in English, set on a  suburban lawn, a weekend afternoon, 1998, 1m2f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

The Baby You Ordered,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a living room, morning, 1999, 1m2f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

Battle Hymn,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in a park area outside a small midwest town, U.S.A., evening, 1998, 1m2f, Ludmilla Bollow (American playwright, writer, actress, 19__-____)

Beautiful Girls,” a __-minute drama in English, set in _____, 19__, 1m2f, Catherine Keyser (American playwright, 19__-____)

Bedtime Stories,” a 25-minute (slice of life) drama in English, set in Midwestern America, over a four-day period, summer, 2002, 1m2f, Dick Croy (American playwright, novelist, screenwriter, 1943-____)

"Blanket Primary," a 10-minute absurd drama, set in a bedroom, morning to evening, winter, 2004, 1m2f, Sandra K. Hosking (aka Sandra Kay Hosking, American playwright, teacher, journalist, 1969-____)

Branching Out,” a 50-minute socio-political comedy-drama in English, set in a big tree, England, daytime, 1999, 1m2f, Keith P. Trezise (British prize-winning  playwright, singer/songwriter, actor, director, poet, novelist, July 29, 1954-____)

Breaching,” a comedy, 1m2f, Jan Baross (American playwright, video writer/producer, 1943-____)

Breakfast,” a 10-minute surreal comedy in English, set on a bare stage in light, 1m2f, David Jobling (aka David Paul Jobling, Australian playwright, actor, lyricist, 1961-____)

The Bride of the Gorilla," a 30-minute comedy in English, set in New York City, evening, circa 1974 or present, 1m2f, Mary Humphrey Baldridge (Canadian playwright, 1937-____)

A Bris Is Still a Bris,” a 40-minute comedy in English set in a hospital room, 7:00 p.m., 1m2f, Mary Lathrop (American playwright, writer, 1951-____)

Bugtong"["Riddle"], a 60-minute musical drama in Tagalog, 1m2f, Victor E. C. D. Nadera, Jr. (Philippine playwright, 1964-____)

Bus Travels,” a 30-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a bus station in a small North Carolina town, U.S.A., late morning, early fall, 1982,1m2f, Steve Willis (American playwright, College Professor/Playwright/Actor/Director, 1959-____)

A Bushel of Crabs," an 11-minute drama in English, set in a seafood restaurant in Baltimore, evening, summer, 2004, 1m2f, Kathleen Warnock (American playwright, 1960-____)

Cafe Gruere,” a 30-minute comedy in English, set in a cafe, Lower East Side, New York City, on a perfect May evening, 1999, 1m2f, Denis Meadows (American playwright, director, 1944-____)

Caller ID,” a 35-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a college student union hallway, 1994, 1m2f or 2m1f, Beth Campbell Stemple (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1962-____)

The Car,” a 25-minute satire in English, set on any road, anytime, 1991, 3m or 3f or 1m2f or 2m1f, Eric Ferguson (American playwright, writer, living historian, 1963-____)

Cassanova, Junior Grade," an 8-minute bare-stage youth comedy in English, set in a high school, any school day, 1992, 1m2f, Gary W. Watkins (American playwright, teacher, March 2, 1955-____)

Chained to My Fridge,” a 60-minute comedy in English, set in an American kitchen with dining area, 1997 with flashbacks to the 1950s-1980s, 1m2f, Margaret G. Waterstreet (American playwright, 1953-____)

"Charity Ball," a 30-minute comedy in English in three scenes, set in a Mexican restaurant in Anchorage, Alaska, U.S.A., a hotel ballroom in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A., a hotel room in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A., April 25, 2004; 10:00 p.m., May 7, 2004; 10:30 p.m., May 7 2004, 1m2f, Schatzie Schaefers (American playwright, morning radio personality, theatre director, 1971-____)

Cheating Death,” a 15-minute comedy in English set in a a married couple's bedroom, 3:00 a.m., 2000, 1m2f, Frank Higgins (American playwright, writer, 19__-____)

Children of Neon Lights,” a drama, 1m2f, Bettina Grassmann (Canadian playwright, 1972-____)

Could Andy Warhol Draw?,” a comedy in English, 1m2f, Ben Ohmart (American playwright and short story writer, 1970-____)

Cum See Cum Sour,” a 10-minute interactive pasticcio about AIDS and discrimination in English, Portuguese and Australian Aboriginal, set on a bare stage with props, 3m1f, David Jobling (aka David Paul Jobling, Australian playwright, actor, lyricist, 1961-____)

Dawn,” a __-minute drama in English set on a beach, 1996, 1m2f, Joe Pintauro (American playwright, 19__-____)

Day,” a __-minute drama in English set on a beach, 1996, 1m2f, Lanford Wilson (American playwright, 19__--____)

Dead in the Water: A Play Noir for Three Hams,” a 15-minute black comedy in English, set in America, 2003, 1m2f, Aoise Stratford, (American-Australian playwright, 1968-____)

Dear Mom," a 10-minute comedy-drama in English,, set in a living room in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A., late-morning, a spring day, 2005, 1m2f, Trisha E. Sugarek (Irish-French-American playwright, writer, director, actor, artist, 1941-____)

Decisions,” a 12-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a home, April 16, 2000, 1m2f, Chas Melichar (American playwright, theatrical editor, 1972-____)

Different Gifts,” a 10-minute children's theatre drama in English, set in the hallway of a school, around noon a school day, 1998, 1m2f, 2m1f, 3m or 3f, Rachel Rubin Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

Dinner and a Movie," a 15-minute drama in English, set in a restaurant, 11:00 p.m., 2005, 1m2f or 2m1f, Tim J. Brennan (American playwright, educator, poet, April 28, 1957-____)

The Dog,”a 35-minute drama in English, set in New York City, October, 1997,1m2f, Melissa Berry (American playwright and actor, 1969-____)

Domestic Companion," a 25-minute farce in English, set in Lindsey's living room, 1999, 2m1f, Dawson Moore (American playwright, theatre professor, director, actor, 1970-____)

Dreamboat,” a 30-minute tragedy in English four scenes, set in a large city, 2001, 1m2f, Rich Espey (American playwright, teacher, 1966-____)

Dusk,” a drama in English set on a beach, 1996, 1m2f, Terrence McNally, (American playwright,1939-____)

The Egg or the Scorpion,” a 35-minute thriller drama in English, set in a large house, inner city, Sydney, Australia, on a stormy evening, now or future, 1m2f, Gary J. Baxter (Australian playwright, writer, actor 1949-____)

Elegy,” a 15-minute bare-stage drama in English set in music practice room, 1997, 1m2f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

The Facts Concerning the Recent Carnival of Crime in Connecticut,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set at Mark Twain's home, morning, 1996, 1m2f, Dave Brandl (American playwright, 1957-____)

Fantasia for String Trio,” a 45-minute comedy in English, 1984, 1m2f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Finding Fault," a 26-minute comedy in English, set in a city hall office, Spokane, Washington, U.S.A., day, fall, 2001, 1m2f, Terry Hagerty (American playwright, actor, novelist, poet, and short story writer, 1956-____)

Fling,” a 30-minute comedy  in English, set in a bedroom, early evening, 1995, 1m2f, James Kaufman (American playwright, psychologist, 1974-____)

Forward Motion Matters,” a 55-minute drama in English, set in a luxury jet, 2002, 1m2f, Bash Halow (American playwright, 1964-____)

Flawless; or, Not a Drop of Blood Anywhere," a 15-minute absurd drama in English, set any place, any time, 3m or 2m1f or 1m2f, Joel Babcock (Canadian playwright, student, filmmaker, cofounder of The Plastic People Theatre Company, 1985-____)

Floating,” a 30-minute drama in English, set in a beach house, afternoon, 2000, 1m2f, Michael Olsen (aka Michael Geoffrey Olsen, Australian playwright, public servant, June 19, 1966-____)

G.O.D.O.T. Arrives,” a 35-minute satire in English, set in non-descript office/conference room, silicon valley or alley or some other high-tech corridor, the present or near future, 1m2f or 2m1f or 3m or 3f, Tod Mesirow (American playwright, writer, director, producer, 1956-____)

George and Scheherazade, Sad, Sad, Sad,” a 45-minute comedy in English, set on a backyard patio, suburbia, U.S.A., Friday evening, dusk, 1997, 1m2f (+ 1m and 1f nonspeaking),  Angela L. Wilson (American playwright, 1955-____)

Gentrification,” a 10-minute comedy in English, 1m2f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

Gertrude at the Wax Museum,” a 35-minute comedy in English set in New York, 1967, 1m2f, Kathryn Smith, (American playwright and theater manager, 1956-____)

Girls Night Out," a 20-minute dark comedy in English, set in Girls Night Out Gun Shop, daytime, 2003, 1m2f, Tony Zelonis (American playwright, pharmacist, actor, magician, 1942-____)

The Goat Room,” a 55-minute black comedy in English, set in a peculiar little office, 1997, 1m2f, Barbara Labinger (American playwright, graduate student, 1973-____)

Golden Elliott,” a 35-minute drama in English set in a service porch, 1996, 1m2f, Linda Stockham (American playwright, 19__-____)

The Grackle,” a 10-minute radio melodrama-farce in English, set in a radio broadcast studio, 1930s, 1m2f (but could be played with any combo of m/f), Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Grannie Bird,” a 35-minute comedy-drama in English, set in Williamstown, Massachusetts, May, 1986, 1m2f, Robin Rice Lichtig (American playwright, 19__-____)

Hegemony," a 10-minute bare-stage satirical comedy in English, five years from now, 2m1f, Norbert J. Hruby (American playwright, retired second president of Aquinas College, 1918-____)

Holding Breath,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in a hospital room, a summer afternoon, 1996,1m2f, Gabriel Lanci (American playwright, February 18, 1940-____)

Honeymoon in La Paz," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a hotel room in La Paz, Bolivia, nighttime, 2003, 1m2f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

“Hope 'n Mercy,” a ____ in English, 1m2f, complete script available elsewhere, Kent R. Brown (American playwright, ____-____)

I Rise in Flame Cried the Phoenix,” a drama in English set on a sunporch at a small retreat in the Alpes Maritimes, 1m2f, Tennessee Williams (aka Thomas Lanier Williams, American playwright, 1911-1983)

In the Dark,” a 13-minute comedy in English, set in a New Age Summer Camp, Guru Grushi’s, near midnight, 1998, 1m2f or 3f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Indebtedness,” a 30-minute surreal drama in English, set in New York City and ancient Japan, 2002, 1m2f, Rei Sudo (Japanese playwright, 1973-____)

The Interview-Job,”a 52-minute comedy in English, set in a living room and office, morning and afternoon, 1997, 1m2f, Jerry DiCairano (American playwright, writer/teacher, 1951-____)

Jay,” a fantasy-drama, 1m2f, Matthew Mitchell-Shiner (American playwright, professional stage manager, actor, student, 1970-____)

Jesus at the Taco Stand,”a 10-minute dark comedy-drama in English, set outside a mental health clinic, Friday evening, 1998, 1m2f, Jon Dorf (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

Juice,” a 15-minute drama in English, set in a halfway house for men, weekday, 9:30 a.m., 2001, 1m2f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

Knitting,” a 25-minute absurd black comedy in English set in a faded Edwardian lounge (any country), anytime, 1m2f or 3f, Brian Turner (New Zealand computer consultant/ playwright, 1936-____),

Koko's Achilles Heel,” a 20-minute comedy in English set in a primate house, summer, 1997, 1m2f, Frank Higgins (American playwright, writer, 19__-____),

Floating," a 30-minute drama in English, set in a beach house, afternoon, 2000, 1m2f, Michael Olsen (aka Michael Geoffrey Olsen, Australian playwright, public servant, June 19, 1966-____)

),The Last Dance of the Plum Sisters," a 30-minute comedy-drama in English, a 30-minute comedy in English, set in an old tower nursery in the Australian outback, some day late in the last millenium, 1m2f, Michael Olsen (aka Michael Geoffrey Olsen, Australian playwright, public servant, June 19, 1966-____)

The Last Fig,” a 20-minute comedy, set on a roof-top in Brooklyn,1m2f, Adam Kraar (American playwright, 19__-____)

A Lesson in History,” a 20-minute drama in English, set in a lecturer’s room at an Australian university, afternoon, 1993, 1m2f, Jon Elbourne (Australian playwright, Ph.D. student, February 5, 1941-____)

Letters to Orenthal,” a 10-minute drama, 1m2f or 2m1f, Peterson, Eric C. (American playwright/actor/director, 1970--____),

Liver for Breakfast,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set at a park bench, 8:00 a.m., 1999, 1m2f, Lindsay L. Price (Canadian playwright, 1969-____)

Longing Lodge,” a 30-minute futuristic comedy in English, set in a cave near a once-great city far in the future, 1m2f, Craig D. Calman (American playwright, writer, actor, 1953-____)

Lookout,” a 5-minute theatre-of-the-absurd comedy in English, set at sea, present or past, 1m2f or 2m1f or 3m or 3f or 2m or 2f or 1m1f, Lee Steele (American playwright, tech writer, submarine veteran, 1957-____)

Mad Maenads (Wives),” a black comedy in English, 1m2f, Victoria Charkut (American playwright, writer, actor, 19__-____)

Mandolin,” a 10-minute comedy-drama in English, set  in a slightly downtrodden park in Montreal, Quebec, on an autumn afternoon, 1998, 1m2f, Shoshannah Boray (aka Jennifer S. Bloomfield, American playwright, director, actor, January 27, 1970-____)

Marinated Steaks and Socks,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a counselor’s office, 2002, 1m2f, Jay C. Rehak (American playwright, 1956-____)

The Matchmaker's Guide to Controlling the Elements,” a 50-minute comedy in English, set in Congers, New York, 1993, 1m2f, John Morogiello (American playwright, dramaturg, 1965-____)

Missing Person,” a 10-minute drama in English, set on a patio outside a ballroom, 10:00 p.m., Saturday evening, September, 2002, 1m2f, Fred Sahner (American playwright, writer, 1935-____)

Monsieur Felix Fox Fly," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a comfortable flat in a comfortable neighborhood, Paris, France, a lovely summer morning in 1967, 1m2f, John Arnold (American playwright, 19__-____)

Moussaka Meeting,” a 10-minute fantasy drama in English, set in a Greek restaurant, U.S.A., on a maternal birthday, March 23, 1998, 1m2f, Ludmilla Bollow (American playwright, writer, actress, 19__-____)

Mr. Gilkey’s Flagpole,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set on the lawn of Mr. Gilkey's home in England, afternoon, 1998, 1m2f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Muffy,” a 30-minute comedy in English, set in a restaurant dining room, dinner time, 1995, 1m2f, Elmer N. Engstrom (American playwright, retired, 1922-____)

Murder, She Rewrote," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a small apartment, anywhere, U.S.A., 8:30 a.m., Saturday, 1m2f, Mary Willard (American playwright, 1947-____)

The Ninth Circle," a 10-minute drama in English, set in a small restaurant in Manhattan, New York City, U.S.A., 1:20 p.m., Friday, December 23, 2003, 1m2f, Dulan Guy (American playwright, 19__-____)

Not I,” a bare-stage comedy in English, 1m2f, Beckett, Samuel (Irish playwright in France, 1906- 1989)

Not Much,” a 25-minute drama in English, set in a room in someone's apartment; a bar, 1999, 1m2f, James Kaufman (American playwright, psychologist, 1974-____)

One Across,” a 25-minute comedy in English, set in a living room, anywhere, during the days leading up to Christmas, 2000, 1m2f (plus offstage extras),Hornby, Ian R. (British playwright, writer, 1949-____)

One Winter's Night in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania," a 2-minute drama in English, set in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., December 25, 2m1f or 1m2f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

One, Two, Buckle My Shoe,” a __-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a New York dingy, one-room basement apartment, 8:30 a.m. and after dinner on the same day, January, 2000, 1m2f, Anita H. Rosenau (American playwright, 1923-____)

Past Lives,” a 25-minute comedy in English, set in new age cafe and juice bar, lunchtime, 1m2f, Jenny Lyn Bader (American playwright, author, 1968-____)

Payments,” a 45-minute comedy in English set in a Brooklyn apartment, February, 1981, 1m2f, Michael Wright (American playwright, 19__-____)

"The Pi of Maggie," a 5-minute comedy in English, set in a tattoo parlor, 2003, 1m2f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Pictures of Angels in  the Dark,” a 80-minute postmodern drama in English, set in a  theatre, 6:00 p.m., any day, 1995, 1m2f, Valerie S. Senyk (Canadian playwright, poet, theatre professor, 19__-____)

The Poetics of HIStory,” a 20-minute experimental farce in English, set in a living room, 1950s through 1990s, 1m2f, Deleroi Du Cadillac (American playwright, filmmaker, sound designer, office clerk, 1976-____)

The Plunge," a 10-minute comedy in English, set on a beach in Delaware, U.S.A., sunrise, New Year's Day, 2003, 1m2f, Matt Casarino (American playwright, musician, manager, 1970-____)

Position’s Vacant,” a 40-minute farce in English, set in a private office, Australia, 2001, 1m2f, Gregory Gesch (Australian playwright, writer, director, 19__-____)

Prisoners,”a 25-minute an absurdist/minimalist drama  in English, set in an unknown Limbo, 1998 but unimportant, 1m2f, 2m1f, 3m or 3f, flexible, Daniel Kent (American playwright, student, 1979-____)

Random Girl,”a 30-minute psychological drama in English, set in a messy living room in an apartment, 1996, 1m2f, James Kaufman (American playwright, psychologist, 1974-____)

Red Breams,” a 35-minute modern gothic drama set in a solarium, 1996, 1m2f, Linda Stockham (American playwright, 19__-____)

Regency Romance,” a 37-minute romantic comedy-fantasy in English set in Sandy’s apartment in Charlestown, Massachusetts, 1997, 1m2f, G. L. (American playwright, 1940-____)

Rock, Paper, Scissors," a 10-minute political bare-stage comedy in English, set in an oval office, 1m2f, Colette Freedman (American playwright, actor, novelist, poet, and short story writer, producer, 1971-____)

Sad Little Stories to Tell,” a 13-minute drama in English, set in a telephone booth of some vintage variety, Kentucky, U.S.A., daytime, 2000, 1m2f, Jay M. Boyer (American playwright, writer, professor of English, 1947-____)

Schrödinger and Pandora,” a 40-minute whimsical tragedy in English set in and around a physics laboratory, 20th century, 1m2f or 2m1f, Daniel Hall (American playwright, 1976-____)

Scornful Hearts,” a 45-minute romantic melodrama in two scenes in English, set in Central Park West, New York City, noon, December 24, 1m2f, Jim D’Aniello, Jr. (American playwright, writer, 1985-____)

Sealed Forever,” a 30-minute community theater comedy-drama in English, set in the St. Louis Street Cemetery, New Orleans, U.S.A., 2002, 2m1f or 1m2f, Cris J. Robins (American playwright, literary agent/business consultant, 1958-____)

The Shade Trees of Leavenworth,” a 10-minute drama in English, set at a telephone connection, Leavenworth Prison, any time, 2002, 1m2, Teresa Ann Salyer (American playwright, print shop owner, 1954-____)

Shelter Skelter,” a 10-minute meaningful comedy in English, set in an animal shelter, 1998, 1m2f, Ludmilla Bollow (American playwright, writer, actress, 19__-____)

Snapshot,” a bare-stage 40-minute hyper-real memory play in English set in the mind of a child, 1988, 2m1f (1 m may be f) , John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Spider,” a 75-minute drama in English set in a solitary confinement cell, early 1997, 1m2f, Simon Rolfe (British playwright, 1962-____)

The Star,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a living room, U.S.A., evening, 1998, 1m2f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

Strictly Personal,” a 35-minute comedy in English, set in a delicatessen, lunch hour on a weekday, 1998, 1m2f, Kitty S. Dubin (American playwright, professor of playwriting, 1945-____)

Summer Solstice,” a 70-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a nursing home, in Oakbrook, Illinois, U.S.A., June 22, 1999, 1m2f, Lisa M. Holmes (American playwright, advertising copywriter, 1965-____)

Suzy Creamcheese,” a 10-minute black comedy in English set in a kitchen/dining room, late afternoon, 1995, 1m2f, Rachel Manija Brown (American playwright, screenwriter, stage manager, 1973-____)

"Talking in Their Sleep," a 30-minute social drama in English, set in the living room of Esther's house, Victoria, Australia, July, 2004, 1m2f, Mark A. P. Jones (Australian playwright, screenwriter, 1962-____)

Thazel Hoffstetter Lives Here,” a 30-minute family drama in English, set just outside Normal, Illinois, U.S.A., fall, 1998,1m2f, Karen A.  Mueller (American playwright, counselor, educator, 1966-____)

This Is Heaven," a 15-minute bare-stage comedy-drama in English, set in a place without time, 1m2f (+ 1 m or f extra), D. K. Kohls (American playwright, writer, 1954-____)

Time No Longer,” a 30-minute drama in English, set in Beachy Head, England, 7:30, Thursday evening, March 14, 2002, 1m2f, Charli E. Cree (British playwright, technical theatre student, 1984-____)

To Life,” a 50-minute comic drama in English, set in a home and a doctor’s office, 2001, 1m2f, Christy Whitley (American playwright, shop carpenter, welder, electrician, 1979-____)

Tomorrow,” a 17-minute serio-comic parable in English, 1m2f or 2m1f, John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Tricycle,” a 30-minute drama, 1m2f, Anne Phelan (American playwright, author, 1960-____)

Tzutmoot's Sing-a-long,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set on the sound stage for a children's TV show, early afternoon, 1997, 1m2f (+ 1 more), Carolyn West (American playwright, arts and crafts Teacher, 1970-____)

Up on the Roof,” a 50-minute play in English, 1m2f, Sheilah Kleiman (American playwright, 1943-____)

Vanilla," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in the dressing room of a church, 2003, 1m2f, Kristyn Leigh Robinson (American playwright, 1974-____)

Violating the Eight Spot," a 40-minute satire in English, set in a studio executive's office, Los Angeles, 5:00 a.m., 2005, 1m2f, Dan Trujillo (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1971-____

Wagayway" ["Unfurl"], a 60-minute drama with performance and installation art in Tagalog, 1m2f, Victor E. C. D. Nadera, Jr., (Philippine playwright, 1964-____)

The War of Virginia & Alabama" a 15-minute comedy in English, set in an entry hall in the mythical American South, 2003, 1m2f, Dawson Moore (American playwright, theatre professor, director, actor, 1970-____)

Water People,” a 60-minute drama-comedy in English, set in Vermont country, over a single summer, 1997, 1m2f, Shoshannah Boray (aka Jennifer S. Bloomfield, American playwright, director, actor, January 27, 1970-____)

Wedding Bouquet,” a 37-minute comedy-drama in English, set in an unfurnished living room, U.S.A., 1992, 1m2f, Michel Corbeil (American playwright, 19__-____)

Why’s Answer,” a 25-minute science-fiction play in English, set in a psychiatrist’s office, afternoon, 1995, 3m or 3f or 2m1f or 1m2f (+1 extra in 2 female roles), Joseph Ksyniak, Jr. (American playwright, screenwriter, actor, 1946-____)

You Have to Have Friends,” a 30-minute drama set in a funeral parlor, 1m2f, Norma Dale (Australian playwright, 19__-____)

Zoe and Sancho,” a 100-minute comedy-drama in English set in a small sushi restaurant, California, 1995, 1m2f, W. Andrews (American playwright, 19__-____)

Two-Male-One-Female Plays

À Trois,”a 40-minute comedy-drama in English, set here and now,2m1f, Barry Hall (American playwright, 1963-____)

Abducted!" a 20-minute drama in English set in a Detective questioning room, 1995, 2m1f, Stephen A. Schrum (American playwright, theatre lecturer, 1957-____)

Above the Clouds,” a 15-minute fantasy in English, set on a mountaintop, 1982, 2m1f, Michel Corbeil (American playwright, 19__-____)

Again and Again," a 25-minute comedy-drama in English, set high atop the edge of a quarry, midnight, 2003, 2m1f, Chris Van Strander (American playwright, actor, 19__-____)

Among the Missing,” a 12-minute romantic comedy in English, set in a kitchen, 8:30 a.m., Friday a.m., early spring, 2003, 2m1f, Fred Sahner (American playwright, writer, 1935-____)

Angel Hair,” a 15-minute horror drama in English, set in a small English theatre, during a performance, 1999, 2m1f, Jim Grover (British playwright, college lecturer, actor,  1948-____)

Another First Date,” a 25-minute farce in English, set in a theme restaurant, like Bennigan's or TGIFriday's, evening, 2003, 2m1f

“Answers from the Center of the Universe About Things Unknown,” a drama in English, 2m1f, complete script available elsewhere, Kent R. Brown (American playwright, ____-____)

Apartment for Rent,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set anywhere, early evening, 1995, 2m1f, James Murphy (American playwright, 1933-____)

The Art of Dating,” a twelve-minute romantic comedy in English set in a crowded restaurant in the very near future (post-1994), 2m1f or 1m2f, Jeffery Scott Elwell (American college professor, playwright, 1957-____)

Ashes to Ashes," a 10-minute peace play (tragedy) in English, set in a living room of suburban American home, the present (because it is!), 2m1f, Norbert J. Hruby (American playwright, retired second president of Aquinas College, 1918-____)

As We Read Samuel Beckett,” a 60-minute bittersweet comedy in English in eight scenes, set in Australia, 2002, 2m1f, Dina Ross (Australian playwright, writer, journalist, 1962-____)

Bake-Off,” a 20-minute comedy-drama in English, set on the cooking floor of the Pillsbury Bake-Off, 2m1f, Sheri Wilner (American playwright, 1969-____)

The Bartender Mixes Magic Light," a 20-minute comedy in English, set in a bar, late at night, present, 2m1f, Peter Papadopoulos (aka Peter J. Papadopoulos, American playwright, actor, teacher, 1969-____)

The Basement,” a area-stage comedy-drama set in a carefully furnished basement flat, 2m1f, Harold Pinter (English playwright, 1930-____)

Beef Junkies,” a 25-minute dark comedy in English, set on a suburban road, Just before 5:00 p.m., the near future, 2m1f, Jon Dorf (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

Behold a Pale Bronco," a 30-minute comedy in English set in a living room, June 17, 1994, 2m1f, Mary J. Steelsmith, (American playwright, actor, 19__-____)

Ben and Jerry," a 45-minute comic nightmare in English, set in a city in the United States of America, 2001, 2m, Gordon Osmond (American playwright, 1974-____)

Biff Bang, American Hero," a 10-minute comedy spoof of radio cliffhangers in English, set in the cockpit of Biff’s fighter bomber, 1998, 2m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Bill, New Guy," a 35-minute comedy-drama in English, set a mailroom, anywhere, the present (2003), 2m1f, Audrey Cefaly (American playwright, Web publisher, 1967-____)

Black Pantry," a drama, 2m1f, Barbara Georgans (American playwright, 19__-____)

Boston Flamingo," a 43-minute romantic comedy in English, set in a New York City apartment, 1991, 2m1f, Christine Rusch (American playwright, teacher, published and produced free-lance writer, founding artistic director of playwrights theatre, dramaturg, consultant, 19__-____)

Blood & Stumbo," a 40-minute drama, 2m1f, Beth Burns (American playwright ____-____)

Blood Pressure," a 12-minute comedy in English, set in a doctor's office/living room, weekday from morning to afternoon, 2004, 2m1f, Marshaline Letcher (American playwright, genealogist, writer, 19__-____)

Bohemians," a 50-minute bare-stage comedic theatrical musical interlude in English, set in a soprano's mind, 1989 and 1800s, 2m1f, Miriam Gallagher (Irish playwright, novelist, screenwriter, 1940-____)

Calendula," a 15-minute country comedy in English, set at the side of a narrow country highway near Beaufort, South Carolina, U.S.A., near the edge of a salt marsh across from a stand of palms and pines twisted with greenbriar, on an already-hot morning in the summer of 2002, 2m1f, Christine Rusch (American playwright, teacher, published and produced free-lance writer, founding artistic director of playwrights theatre, dramaturg, consultant, 19__-____)

The Car," a 25-minute satire in English, set on any road, anytime, 1991,2m1f or 3m or 3f or 1m2f, Eric Ferguson (American playwright, writer, living historian, 1963-____)

The Casino," a 60-minute drama in English, set in a hotel/apartment in Las Vegas, 1985, 2m1f, J. P. Allen (American playwright, actor, 1960-____)

The Chamberpot," a 20-minute comedy in English, set in a junk shop, lunchtime, 1996, 2m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

Changes,” a 25-minute horror fantasy science-fiction in English, set in a laboratory, England, 1999, with recent flashbacks, 2m1f, Jim Grover (British playwright, college lecturer, actor,  1948-____)

"Charlotte's Revival," a 40-minute drama in English, set in front of the Jewel Theatre, an American small-town 1950s style movie house with a marquee ten to twelve feet above center stage, late evening, autumn, 1993, 2m1f, Ben B. Scranton (aka Ben Scranton, American playwright, actor, singer, director, 1952-____)

Colonel Mustard,” a 90-minute comedy in English, set in an office/hotel room (single set), 1997, 2m1f, Tom White (American playwright, music publisher, 1942-____)

Comeuppance,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a kitchen, after supper, 2001, 2m1f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

Con-Artist,” a 40-minute comedy, 2m1f, Guy Morton (Australian playwright, 19__-____)

Convictions,” a 35-minute drama in English, set in a hospital room, U.S.A., spring, 1998, 2m1f, Cheryl Costa (American playwright and computer professional, April 23, 1952-____)

Cuthbert’s Last Stand,” a 40-minute comedy in English, set in the drawing room of Mrs. Pennington-South’s London home, late afternoon, 2001, 2m1f, Andrew Biss (British playwright, ____-____)

Dance With Me, Please?" a 57-minute drama, set in an artists' loft in Tribecca, downtown of Greenwich Village, Borough of Manhattan, New York City, 8:00 p.m.,a Saturday, early January, 1982, just after the outbreak of the AIDS virus in the Gay community of Greenwich Village, 2m1f (+ dog), Richard Gaffield-Knight (American playwright, teacher, director, 1940-____)

The Death of Henry Lawson,” a 20-minute drama in English, set in ______, September 2, 1922, 2m1f, Jon Elbourne (Australian playwright, Ph.D. student, February 5, 1941-____)

The Debt,” a 12-minute drama in English, set in the living room of a bank manager, London, England, 1999,2m1f, Thomas Heaton (British playwright, 1968-____)

The Deist,” a 27-minute drama in English, set in a hospital room, anywhere in the modern world, just before midnight, 1990s, 2m1f, Claude McMillan (American playwright, May 22, 19__-____)

Deus Ex Machina,” a 35-minute comedy in English, set in a sparsely-furnished, third-floor walkup studio apartment in the “big city,” summer, 1952, 2m1f, Vernon Hinkle (American playwright, writer, director, teacher, 1935-____)

Deus Ex Machina [formerly Ex Machina],” a 14-minute bare-stage comedy,  2m1f or 3m, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Dedekind," a 10-minute absurd comedy in English, set in a pool of light on a train station platform, late dusk, 2003, 2m1f or 3m, Jeffrey Frederick Gold (American playwright, screenwriter, filmmaker, film composer, 1968-____)

Different Gifts," a 10-minute children’s theatre drama in English, set in the hallway of a school, around noon a school day, 1998, 2m1f, 1m2f, 3m or 3f, Rachel Rubin Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

Dink Fast, Harry!," a 10-minute detective comedy-melodrama in English, set in Harry Dinker’s dumpy office, daytime, 1998, 2m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Directions to Venus," a 15-minute comedy in English, set at a picnic table at expressway exit, Saturday afternoon, summer, 2000, 2m1f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

Dream Family," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a living room, afternoon, 2000, 2m1f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

Dream Love with Jazz," a 25-minute realistic drama in English, set in a psychiatric office, U.S.A., 2000, 2m1f, Kevin McLaughlin (American playwright, 1972-____)

The Dream Pills,” a black comedy set in London, England,1928, 2m1f, Craig Strasshofer (American freelance writer/editor, author playwright, 1954-____)

Drowning Stallion," a bare-stage 17-minute poetic tragedy in English, middle of the night, 1997, 2m1f, John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Drowning," an 8-minute chamber play in English, set in a desert, midday, 1999, 2m, Doug Dolcino (American playwright, 1966-____)

Dying Wishes," a 35-minute drama in English, set in a middle-class home in the U.S.A., winter, 1990s, 2m1f, J. Stratton Lange (American playwright, 1970-____)

Eclipse," a 22-minute comedy in English, set on a street corner in a New York City’s East Village, late evening on a week day, 1994, 2m1f, Rohan-Vargas, Fred (Hispanic-American playwright, teacher, 1949-____)

Edgar, Ellen, and Poe," a 10-minute play in English, 2m1f (+ parrot played by a man), Sheilah Kleiman (American playwright, 1943-____)

Edible Complex," a 10-minute drama  in English, set in a restaurant, 1998, 2m1f, James Kaufman (American playwright, psychologist, 1974-____)

The 11:08 Brighton from London/Victoria: The Oldest Established Permanent Rolling Cast Party," a 30-minute comedy in English, set in the train from London to Brighton, England, 2003, 2m1f, G. L. Horton (aka Geralyn Horton, American playwright, critic/reviewer, actor, director, 1940-____)

The End of the Line," a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a rural train station near the ocean, 6:00 a.m. on a summer morning, 2001, 2m1f, Dick Silver (aka H. Richard Silver, American playwright, writer, 1949-____)

Exclusive,” a drama in English, set in an expensive Hollywood mansion, early Saturday morning, 1997,2m1f, Harry Cronin (American playwright, writer, chaplain, 1935-____)

Existential Decay," a 17-minute dark comedy in English in four scenes, set in Clay's apartment, car, diner, and city street, 7:00 p.m., 2004, 2m1f (+ 1m voice, 1f voice), Noah F. Anderson (American playwright, writer, student, clerk, 1982-____)

The Fall and Rise of Enver Hoxha,” a 25-minute comedy in English, set in a bus company operations room, a decidedly old fashioned and repressive office, Dublin, Ireland, 1998, 2m1f, Donal Horgan (Irish playwright, teacher, 19__-____)

Feed-the-Cow,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set in a farmhouse, one fine day, 1995, 2m1f, Jeff Hylton (American playwright, lyricist, 1970-____)

A Fifty-Kopeck Piece,” a comedy in Russian, set in the office of a factory, Russia, 2m1f, Boris Solovev (Russian playwright, 19__-____)

The First Date," a 25-minute farce in English, set in a theme restaurant like Bennigan's or TGIFriday's, 7:00 p.m., 2002, 2m1f, Kristyn Leigh Robinson (American playwright, 1974-____)

Fitch Todd,” a 10-minute comedic tragedietta in English, set in a nicely- but sparsely-appointed room, Rome, Italy, recent past, 2m1f, Jeffrey Frederick Gold (American playwright, filmmaker, film composer, 1968-____)

Flawless; or, Not a Drop of Blood Anywhere," a 15-minute absurd drama in English, set any place, any time, 3m or 2m1f or 1m2f, Joel Babcock (Canadian playwright, student, filmmaker, cofounder of The Plastic People Theatre Company, 1985-____)

Flight,” a comedy in English, set in a jetliner, afternoon flight, 1996, 2m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

Four One-Hundredths,” a 13-minute drama in English set in a photographic studio, 1994, 2m1f, Richard Hellesen (American playwright, 1956-____)

A Gaggle of Saints,” a drama in English, set in a recollection, 2m1f, Neil LaBute (American playwright, feature film writer/director, March 19, 1963-____)

The Ghostwriter,” a black comedy set in a writer's office, 1994, 2m1f, Craig Strasshofer (American freelance writer/editor, author playwright, 1954-____)

A Good Man is Hard to Find,” a 10-minute comedy in English, 2m1f, Mrinalini Kamath (American playwright, writer, 1974-____)

The Grackle,” a 10-minute radio melodrama-farce in English, set in a radio broadcast studio, 1930s, 2m1f (but could be played with any combo of m/f), Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Gray," a 45-minute drama in English, set in multiple simple locations, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A., 2001, 2m1f, Tom Smith (American playwright, director, actor, educator, 1969-____)

Happy Endings,” a 15-minute comedy-fantasy in English set in the living-room of Cornweevil homestead in Midwest, 1996, 2m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Fungo," a 13-minute comedy in English, set in the office of The Stylus literary magazine, on two Mondays, two months apart, 2m1f, Norbert J. Hruby (American playwright, retired second president of Aquinas College, 1918-____)

Hamlet, the Prequel," a 5-minute comedy in English, set in Denmark, when Hamlet was a child, 2m1f or 3m

Home Schooling," a 24-minute black comedy in English, set in a middle class living room, afternoon, 2001, 2m1f, Terry Hagerty (American playwright, actor, novelist, poet, and short story writer, 1956-____)

How to Measure Half an Egg," a 15-minute romantic comedy in English, set in a beachfront restaurant on a clear but moonless evening, 2003, 2m1f, Christine Rusch (American playwright, teacher, published and produced free-lance writer, founding artistic director of playwrights theatre, dramaturg, consultant, 19__-____)

Hunger,” a 65-minute comedy-drama in English, set on a Nantucket beach, 2m1f, Sheri Wilner (American playwright, 1969-____) "A Hunka Hunka Santa Claus," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in an employment agency hiring Santa Clauses, 3:00 p.m., Thursday, November 19, 2003, 2m1f

Karl's Kristmas Karol," a 10-minute satire in English, set a residence in a suburb of Washington, D.C., Christmas Eve, 2004, 2m1f or 3m, Norbert J. Hruby (American playwright, retired second president of Aquinas College, 1918-____)

The Man Who Buried His Dogs in the Front Yard," a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a small house between Atlanta and New Orleans, U.S.A., 2000, 2m1f, Christine Rusch (American playwright, teacher, published and produced free-lance writer, founding artistic director of playwrights theatre, dramaturg, consultant, 19__-____)

I’m Nineteen Again,” a 10-minute gothic comedy in English, set outdoors, in Vermont, U.S.A., 1999, 2m1f, Michel Corbeil (American playwright, 19__-____)

In the Hills of Eden,” a 40-minute drama set in a skeletal lounge/kitchen in suburbia, on or around September 18, 1970, 2m1f, Ian Boyce (Australian playwright, 19__-____)

Jackie and Jill,” a 45-minute comedy in English, set in a city in the United States of America, 2001, 2m1f, Gordon Osmond (American playwright, 1974-____)

Just One of Those Nights," a 50-minute drama in English, set in a small, shabby, dirty bedsit, Glasgow, Scotland, 1990, 2m1f, David Elliot Brown (Scottish playwright living in Germany, voted by Player-Playwrights of London as playwright of the year 2003, London, December 26, 1964-____)

Last Right Before the Void," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a dark highway in Minnesota, or outside a house, U.S.A., late at night, 2000, 2m1f, Jon Dorf, Jon (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

Legends and Folktales of the Celtic Tiger,” a 30-minute social comedy, set in suburban Dublin, Ireland, 1999, 2m1f, Donal Horgan (Irish playwright, teacher, 19__-____)

Look Before You Leap,” a 45-minute comedy in English in two scenes, set atop an apartment building and in a veterinary waiting room, New York City, 1998, 2m1f, Maria Soriano (American playwright, screenwriter, ____-____)

Lookout,” a 5-minute theatre-of-the-absurd comedy in English, set at sea, present or past, 1m2f or 2m1f or 3m or 3f or 2m or 2f or 1m1f, Lee Steele (American playwright, tech writer, submarine veteran, 1957-____)

A Marriage Proposal,” a farce, adapted from Chekhov’s Russian original, set in the living room in Magdi Ganzari’s American home, 2001, 2m1f, Yussef El Guindi (Egyptian playwright, poet, actor, filmmaker living in Seattle, Washington, U.SA., ____-____)

May to December,” a 23-minute comedy in English, set in the former dining room of a small house in a small town, 1995, 2m1f, Vernon Hinkle (American playwright, writer, director, teacher, 1935-____)
Misbegotten,” a 40-minute drama, in eight scenes, set in London, England, 2003, 2m1f, Ade Ademola (Nigerian-American playwright, screenwriter, jurist, 19__-____)

Mortar,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in a family cemetery, 2002, 2m1f, Teresa Ann Salyer (American playwright, print shop owner, 1954-____)

Motifs & Repetitions," a bare-stage 15-minute drama in English, set in _____, 2003, 2m1f, C. E. Gatchalian (Canadian playwright, writer, editor, 1974-____)

A Moving Experience,” an 11-minute drama in English, set in an empty suburban living room, 2:00 p.m., Monday, October, 2002, 2m1f, Fred Sahner (American playwright, writer, 1935-____)

Naked Stage," a 22-minute surreal drama in English, set in a small room, several days, 2004, 2m1f, Scott McMorrow (North American playwright, poet, actor, firefighter, 1961-____)

Neverglades,” a 9-minute black comedy in English, set on an airboat, in the Florida Everglades, U.S.A., 1996, 2m1f, Laird Stuart (Australian playwright, 1954-____)

Not Brain Surgeons,” a 45-minute bizarre comedy  in English, set in a bookstore; a coffee shop; a dining room, three moments in a day, 1995, 2m1f, James Kaufman (American playwright, psychologist, 1974-____)

One Winter's Night in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania," a 2-minute drama in English, set in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., December 25, 2m1f or 1m2f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Palo Alto," a 20-minute romantic comedy in English, set in an upscale apartment, afternoon during dotcom boom of late 20th Century, 2m1f, Christine Rusch (American playwright, teacher, published and produced free-lance writer, founding artistic director of playwrights theatre, dramaturg, consultant, 19__-____) "Polly Sigh, Punk Cellist," a 5-minute comedy in English, set in a rock band's rehearsal space, evening, 2003, 2m1f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Postmortem Reanimation," a 30-minute comedy-drama in English in eight scenes, set in a very small studio apartment, in the East Village, New York City, 6:30 p.m., Friday, spring (month is unimportant), 2m1f, Fleming, Michael David (American playwright, student, restaurant service person, 1980-____)

Santa's Little Helper," a 10-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the office supply storeroom in a large office building, the night of the annual office Christmas party, 2002, 2m1f (+ 1 m or f extras), James Venhaus (American playwright, teacher, 1968_____)

Shoshanah's Shabbat," a 10-minute black comedy in English, set in Shoshanah's bare apartment, 6:23 p.m., Friday, 2002, Colette Freedman (American playwright, writer, actor, producer, 1971-____)

Seventeen Hoofbeats,” a 35-minute poetic drama in English, set in a clearing in the mountains, Japan, midday, summer, 14th century, 2m1f, Ken Gaertner (American playwright , movie critic, real estate buyer's agent, 1933-____)

Hidden in This Picture,” a 42-minute comedy in English set on a farm, upstate New York, 1990, 4m, Aaron Sorkin, (American playwright, 19__-____)

Fat Lucy,” a 25-minute comedy in English set in a trailer at a carnival sideshow, 11:00 a.m., 1997, 2m1f, Frank Higgins (American playwright, writer, 19__-____)

, “The First Date,” a 25-minute farce in English, set in a theme restaurant like Bennigan’s or TGIFriday’s, Delaware, U.S.A., 7:00 p.m., 2002, 2m1f, Kristyn Leigh Robinson (American playwright, 1974-____)

Fitch Todd,” a 10-minute comedic tragedietta in English, set in a nicely- but sparsely-appointed room, Rome, Italy, recent past, 2m1f, Jeffrey Frederick Gold (American playwright, filmmaker, film composer, 1968-____)

Gadzooks and Ophelia,” a 40-minute comedy in American English set in Valhalla and a small apartment in Texas, Valhalla Time & July 1961, 2m1f, Cheryl Costa (American playwright and computer professional, April 23, 1952-____)

A Gaggle of Saints,” a drama in English, set in a recollection, 2m1f, Neil LaBute (American playwright, feature film writer/director, March 19, 1963-____)

Give and Take,” a 10-minute drama in English set in the living room of a suburban home, morning, 1996, 2m1f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

Women of the Universe, Unite!" a 5-minute science-fiction comedy in English, set on an alien spaceship orbiting Earth, anyday now, 2f

Happy Endings,” a 15-minute comedy-fantasy in English set in the living-room of Cornweevil homestead in Midwest, 1996, 2m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Hello, Crisis Center Hotline?” a 17-minute comedy satire in English, set in a swanky high rise office, 1996, 2m1f, Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comic book/games/book store owner, 1965-____) and Shane K. Robertson (American playwright, student, 1967-____)

High Concept Harry,” a 25-minute dark comedy-melodrama in English, set in Harry Fleck’s office in Beverly Hills, daytime, 1998, 2m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

In the Hills of Eden,” a 40-minute drama set in a skeletal lounge/kitchen in suburbia, on or around September 18, 1970, 2m1f, Ian Boyce (Australian playwright ____-____)

Inspiration,” a comedy in English,2m1, Stephanie Sands (Australian playwright, 1968-____)

Jackie and Jill,” a 45-minute comedy in English, set in a city in the United States of America, 2001, 2m1f, Gordon Osmond (American playwright, 1974-____)

The Joy of Sex,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in the office of a marriage counselor, 1999, 2m1f, Kitty S. Dubin (American playwright, professor of playwriting, 1945-____)

Larry's Resolution,” a 55-minute menacing black comedy in English, set in a home in the middle of nowhere, night, 1993, 2m1f, John Morogiello (American playwright, dramaturg, 1965-____)

Layin' Off The Lizard Boy,” a 13-minute drama in English set in a house trailer parked off behind a county fair, late at night in early autumn, 1994, 2m1f, Richard Hellesen (American playwright, 1956-____)

The Legacy,” a drama, 2m1f, Jeffrey B. Embler (American playwright, social services specialist, 1933-____)

The Liebstod,” a 15-minute realistic drama in English, set in a private office in a big city, 2000, 2m1f, Hugh Aaron (American playwright, writer, 1924-____)

Look Before You Leap,” a 45-minute comedy in English in two scenes, set atop an apartment building and in a veterinary waiting room, New York City, 1998, 2m1f, Maria Soriano (American playwright, screenwriter, ____-____)

Looking for Bernice,” a 10-minute dark comedy in English, set at an outdoor bench in Santa Monica, California, U.S.A., afternoon, 1990s, 2m1f, Diane Grant (Canadian playwright, 19__-____)

Lost and Found,” a 90-minute drama in English, set in a comfortable apartment on Lakeshore Drive, Chicago, evening, 1999, 2m1f, Paul Harris (American playwright, 1958-____)

The Little Boy Who Loved Monsters,” a 60-minute psychotic fairy tale in English, set in the office of a renowned child psychologist, 1999, 2m1f or 3m, Ernest D. Kearney (American playwright, 1958-____)

A Little Death,” a 35-minute psychological thriller  in English, set in a restaurant, lunch time, 1995, 2m1f, James Kaufman (American playwright, psychologist, 1974-____)

Ledgers,” a 30-minute comedy in English, set on a wide ledge, high on the exterior of an office block, 2003, 2m1f, Phil Gardner (British playwright, writer, novelist, cat wrangler, 1973-____)

Love in the Silicon Age,” a 15-minute science-fiction comedy in English, set in a singles nightclub in an American city, the near future, 2m1f (one male is offstage), Mark Wolverton (American playwright, freelance writer, dramatist, 1960-____)

Lost in a Banana Tree,” a 40-minute children’s musical in English, set high up in a “humongous” banana tree, on a Saturday afternoon, 1997, 2m1f (+ 1 puppet), Michael Anne Lee (American playwright, 1943-____)

Lulagies,” a 60-minute black comedy in English set somewhere in Maine and Boston, 1997, 2m1f, David Valdes Greenwood (American playwright and professor, 1967-____)

A Man and His Cat,” a 35-minute drama in English, set in the living room of a modest country home, suburban New England, U.S.A., late afternoon, winter, 2001, 2m1f (+ 1 cat sitting passively), Andrew Somerville Burt (American playwright, 19__-____)

Marshall’s Choice,” a 30-minute community theater comedy-drama in English, set in St. Louis Street Cemetery, New Orleans, U.S.A., 2002, 2m1f or 1m2f, Cris J. Robins (American playwright, literary agent/business consultant, 1958-____)

A Martian Western," a 5-minute dark comedy, set in an Old West saloon—on Mars, before the water ran out there, 2m1f (female role is non-gender), Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

The Millennium Arrives in Suburbia,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a parking lot, somewhere in Suburbia, U.S.A., on a warm winter night, December 31, 1999, 2m1f, Patrick M. Brennan (American playwright, software author, 1963-____)

Misbegotten,” a 40-minute drama, in eight scenes, set in London, England, 2003, 2m1f (variable casting)

Moishe and Mohammed," a 60-minute political commentary in English, set in a room, anytime, 2003, 2m, Phillip W. Weiss (American playwright, 1949-____)

Mothers and Daughters,” a 30-minute comedy in English, set in an apartment, evening, 2002, 1m2f, Phil O’Donoghue (American playwright, stay-at-home father, 1955-____)

Motifs & Repetitions," a bare-stage 15-minute drama in English, set in _____, 2003, 2m1f, C. E. Gatchalian (Canadian playwright, writer, editor, 1974-____)

My Boy Will,” a 10-minute black comedy in English, set in a living room, A.D. 2002, 2m1f, Derrick Espadas (Chicano-American playwright, student, 1975-____)

The Natural Membrane of the Lamb,” a comedy in English, 2m1f (+ a mysterious presence), Ned Bobkoff (American playwright, director, and educator, 1934-____)

The Neverglades," a 5-minute dark comedy in English, set in South Florida, 2004, 2m1f (1 male role is non-gender), Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Object Lesson,” a 35-minute drama in English, set in area staging, 1998, 2m1f, Sandra K. Hosking (American playwright, teacher, journalist, 1969-____)

"Occupations," a 30-minute drama in English, set in various locations—from Heathrow Airport, London, England, to a house in the United States, mostly at night, 1977, 2m1f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

One Winter's Night in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania," a 2-minute drama in English, set in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., December 25, 2m1f or 1m2f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

One's a Pawn of Time,” a comedy, 2m1f, Mike Dederian (American playwright, 19__-____)

The Outing of the Werecoyotes,” a 10-minute satire in English, set in a producer’s office, on a weekday afternoon, 1996, 2m1f, Robert Schroeder (American playwright, 1917-1997)

Paradise Dance,” a drama in English, set in an exotic dance club, weekday evening, fall, 1997,2m1f, Julie Eble (American playwright, 1953-____)

Paradoks,” a 30-minute absurd tragedy in Indonesian, translated into English by the playwright, set on a street, at a time unspecified, 2m1f (all may be opposite gender), Abdul Mukhid (Indonesian playwright, translator, 1974-____)

Parasites of Ol’ Broadway,” a 15-minute comedy/melodrama in English, set in an alleyway on Lower Broadway, October, 1997, 2m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Passing,” a drama in English set in a professor's office at a liberal arts college, afternoon, 1994, 2m1f, Alexander Wilkie (American playwright, professor, May 14, 1958-____)

The Pay-off,” a comedy (PG-13) in English set in the lobby bar of an upscale hotel, 2m1f, John Arnold (American playwright, 19__-____)

Peek-a-Boo I See You,” a 30-minute comedy in English, set in an old unused bomb shelter, early evening, Friday, 1997, 2m1f, George Loukides (American playwright, 19__-____)

Perfect,” a 40-minute comedy in English, set in an apartment, evening, 1997, 2m1f, Justin Warner (American playwright, radio writer, author, improv performer, 1971-____)

Playballs,” a 60-minute baseball comedy, 2m1f, Mark Brownell (Canadian playwright, 1960-____)

Porch,” a 60-minute drama in English set on a front porch in Midwest, twilight in August, 1977, 2m1f, Jeffrey Sweet (American playwright, teacher, 1950-____)

The Porch," a 10-minute drama in English in three scenes, set on Hank's front porch, Beaverdam, Virginia, U.S.A., 2004, 2m1f, Barry M. Putt, Jr.(American English-ItalianEnglish-Italian playwright, 1969-____)

Possession,” a 28-minute comedy in English, set in Gabe's Cleveland apartment, the middle of the night, Halloween, 1992, 2m1f, Eric Pfeffinger (American playwright, information professional, 1969-____)

Post-,” a 15-minute post-modern drama in English, set in suburbia, breakfast, 2m1f, David Cohen (American playwright, writer, arts administrator, 1972-____)

Prank," a 10-minute drama in English, set outside an office skyscraper, late September, 2001, 2m1f, Trista Baldwin (American playwright, 1971-____)

Prisoners,”a 25-minute an absurdist/minimalist drama  in English, set in an unknown Limbo, 1998 but unimportant, 2m1f, 1m2f, 3m or 3f, Daniel Kent (American playwright, student, 1979-____)

Dinner and a Movie," a 15-minute drama in English, set in a restaurant, 11:00 p.m., 2005, 2m1f or 1m2f, Tim J. Brennan (American playwright, educator, poet, April 28, 1957-____)

Prom Night,”a 10-minute romantic comedy in English, set in a teenage boy's bedroom, January, 1996, 2m1f (f is voice), Brent Hartinger (American playwright, 1964-____)

Queen for a Day,” a 45-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a kitchen, February, 1953, 2m1f, Robin Rice Lichtig (American playwright, 19__-____)

Rachel Calof," a 75-minute comedy-drama in English, set in North Dakota, 1894-1944, 1m2f, Rebecca Ritchie (American playwright, January 29, 1940-____)

The Reckoning,” a 50-minute three-scene musical fantasy-comedy in English, set in Heaven, Hell, and the White House, 2000 A. D., 2m1f (+ 2 extras), Robert C. Hanrott (British playwright, writer, lyricist, composer, 1939- ), and Martha H. Horsley (American playwright, composer, writer, 1942-____)

Return to Sender,” a romantic comedy in English, set on a city street corner, early on a weekday morning, 1998, 2m1f, Jen Klein (American playwright, administrative assistant, 1973-____)

Romeo & Juliet: Part II,” a 25-minute farce in English, set in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Montague, Verona, Italy, 14 years after the tomb, about 1609 (17th century), 2m1f, Sandra K. Hosking (American playwright, teacher, journalist, 1969-____)

Schrödinger and Pandora,” a 40-minute whimsical tragedy in English set in and around a physics laboratory, 20th century, 2m1f or 1m2f, Daniel Hall (American playwright, 1976-____)

Seeking Paris,” a 50-minute 11-scene comedy/drama in English, set on the front steps of a brownstone, New York City, 1996, 2m1f, David Zarko (American playwright, theater director, 1949-____)

Sepia Tones,” a 17-minute drama in English, set in the living room of an older home, late afternoon, 2001, 2m1f, Mike Huth (American playwright, writer, land developer, 19__-____)

Serenade,” a 12-minute comedy-drama in English, set below a balcony, night, 1998, 2m1f, Doug Dolcino (American playwright, 1966-____)

Shampoo, Rinse, Repeat,” a 20-minute comedy in English set in a hair styling salon in a strip mall, noon, summer, 1995, 2m1f, Eric Pfeffinger (American playwright, information professional, 1969-____)

Signed: The Mean People," a 30-minute satire in English, set in your back yard, present, 2m1f, Luke Krueger (American playwright, university teacher, August 24, 1977-____)

Snapshot,” a bare-stage 40-minute hyper-real memory play in English set in the mind of a child, 1988, 2m1f (1 m may be f) , John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Sonata for Armadillos,” a 45-minute comedy in English, set in the Dallas-bound Greyhound bus, U.S.A., midday, August, 2m1f, Jon Tuttle (American playwright, educator, 1959-____)

A Soul to Keep,” a 48-minute drama in English, set in any large cosmopolitan city, 1995, 2m1, Michael Norviel (American playwright, writer, 1939-____)

Strindberg Tonight,” a 35-minute satire in English, set in a theatre, 1992, 2m1f, Robert Schroeder (American playwright, 1917-1997) and Jan Henson Dow (American playwright, 19__-____)

"Sudden Exposure," a 12-minute romantic comedy in English, set in a restaurant, 2003, 2m1f, Fred Sahner (American playwright, writer, 1935-____)

The Suitors of Susan B. Anthony,” a 10-minute comedy in English, 2m1f, David Robson (American playwright, writer, 1966-____)

Suspicious Minds,” a 40-minute comedy in English, set in an empty office, July, 1999, 2m1f, Nick Wood (aka Nick Francis Wood, British playwright, writer, teacher, 1949-____)

Sweet as Cinnamon,”a 17-minute black comedy in English, set outside of a coffee shop, 1995, 2m1f, JamesKaufman (American playwright, psychologist, 1974-____)

Symbiosis," a 20-minute comedy in English, set in urban bachelor pad, U.S.A., 5:00 p.m., a weeknight, 2004, 2m1f, Schatzie Schaefers (American playwright, morning radio personality, theatre director, 1971-____)

Thebes Like Us,” a 10-minute spy parody in English set in a cafe on the Nile, 1996, 2m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Tinker’s Dam,” a 35-minute comedy in English, set somewhere in the a desert of the American Southwest, afternoon into evening, 1994, 2m1f, Jim Fritzler (American playwright, Professor of Theatre, 1953-____)

Tomorrow,” a 17-minute serio-comic parable in English, 1m2f or 2m1f, John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Tragic & Trapped in Teaneck,” a 13-minute comic melodrama in English, set in the parlor of a home in Teaneck,New Jersey, U.S.A., afternoon, turn of the last century, 2m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Twinges from the Fringe,” a bare-stage 75-minute sketch comedy in English, 2m1f, Bob Jude Ferrante (American playwright, 1959-____)

The Schindler of Nanking,” a 2-minute drama in English, set on a street, Nanking, China, during the Japanese army’s genocide of Chinese civilians prior to World War II, 1937, 2mlf (+ female voice), Margaret G. Waterstreet (American playwright, 1953-____)

Solitaire,” a parody, 2m1f, Matthew Mitchell-Shiner (American playwright, professional stage manager, actor, student, 1970-____)

A Soul to Keep,” a 48-minute drama in English, set in any large cosmopolitan city, 1995, 2m1, Michael Norviel (American playwright, writer, 1939-____)

Strange Bedfellows,” a comedy, 2m1f, Jeffrey Adams, (American playwright, bookseller, 1966-____)

Stronger Than This," a 20-minute drama in English, set in a modest apartment in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A., a rainy night in March, present, 2m1f, David-Matthew Barnes (American playwright, 1970-____)

Storm Light," a 45-minute chamber opera drama in three scenes in English, set in the mythical West African Yoruba Kingdom, just before dawn, mythical past, 2m1f, Leon Waller (American playwright, museum educator, artist, librettist, July 6, 1949-____), and Stephen Cronin (Australian composer, 1960-____)

Takes Two to Tango,” a 25-minute black comedy in English, in four scenes, set in an undertaker’s parlour and office, sometime in the not too distant future, 2m1f, Leo Damant (British/Australian playwright, writer, 1930-____)

Talking Machines,” a comedy-drama, 2m1f +1m1f, Martin Jude Farawell (American playwright, 19__-____)

The Tally,” a 35-minute drama in English set in the Warsaw Ghetto, one morning in March, 1943, 2m1f, Paul Cohen (British playwright, writer, editor, reviewer, 1964-____)

Thebes Like Us,” a 10-minute spy parody in English set in a cafe on the Nile, 1996, 2m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

This Is How It Began,” a 12-minute comedy/horror/romance in English, set at a wedding reception, evening, 2001, 2m1f, Dan Trujillo (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1971-____)

Three Bullets,” a 35-minute drama in English, set in the Richard's bedroom, late evening, 1997, 2m1f, DJ Sanders (American playwright, teacher, 1973-____)

3-2 Murder, 1-2 Die,” a 50-minute dark comedy in English, 1997, 2m1f, Martin Crawford (Canadian playwright, student, 19__-____)

The TiVo Tribe," a 40-minute comedy in English in three scenes, set in an apartment in Valdez, Alaska, U.S.A., 6:00 p.m., Saturday, February 21, 2004, 2m1f, Schatzie Schaefers (American playwright, morning radio personality, theatre director, 1971-____)

Tommy's," a 45-minute comedy-drama in English, set in an apartment in a city somewhere in the northeast United States, Sunday afternoon, October, 1991, 2m1f, Michael Burgan (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1960-____)

Tomorrow,” a 17-minute serio-comic parable in English, 1m2f or 2m1f, John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Toot Toots,” a 17-minute comedy in English, set in New York Harbor, 2003, 2m1, Robin Rice Lichtig (American playwright, 19__-____)

The Pay-off," a comedy (PG-13) in English, set in the lobby bar of an upscale hotel, 1995, 2m1f, John Arnold (American playwright, 19__-____)

The Transparent Woman,” a drama in Russian, 2m1f, Vadim Shmelev (Russian playwright, 19__-____)

Uniform Love,” a farce-drama, 2m1f, Sandra Perlman (American playwright, 1944-____)

Up the Mountain and Down," a 35-minute drama, an adaptation in English, in five scenes, set in the Land of Canaan, 1200 B.C.E., 2m1f, Miriam F. d'Amato (American playwright, teacher, 1933-____)

Vafthrudnismal," a 12-minute Skaldic verse drama in English, translated and adapted from Old Norse by Roy C. Booth, set in Asgard, then the Giant Vafthrudnir's hall, night, ancient Norse mythological era, 2m1f, Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comic book/games/book store owner, 1965-____)

Violent Images,” a 17-minute drama in English set in a photographer's residence, 1990, 2m1f, Jeffery Scott Elwell (American college professor, playwright, 1957-____)

Vultures,” a 40-minute black comedy in English, set in a New York apartment building, 2002, 2m1f, Christine Emmert (American playwright, 1943-____)

Waiting for Wood,”a 20-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the green room of a porn movie, 4:00 p.m., 1996, 2m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

Why’s Answer,” a 25-minute science-fiction play in English, set in a psychiatrist’s office, afternoon, 1995, 3m or 3f or 2m1f or 1m2f (+1 extra in 2 female roles), Joseph Ksyniak, Jr. (American playwright, screenwriter, actor, 1946-____)

Wild About Harry!” a 15-minute detective farce in English, set in a sleazy gin joint; later, Harry’s apartment, night, 2001, 2m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Woo at the Zoo,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set at a bench at the zoo in front of the monkey house, tea time, 1996, 2m1f, Joe Lauinger (American playwright, college teacher, 1947-____)

The Worker and the Collective-Farm Woman,” a drama in Russian, 2m1f, Oleg Danilov (Russian playwright, 19__-____)

Yesterday,” a 15-minute tragicomedy in English, set in various mimed locations, such as a vaudeville stage, a bar, etc., flows through a period of ten years, 1991-2001, 2m1f, Michael Thomas Eserkaln (American playwright, improvisational comedian, 1971-____)

Three-Male Plays

Abandoned,” a 25-minute drama in English set in Any Rhode Island City, 1997, 3m, James Brunelle (American teacher of guitar and creativity, playwright, 19__-____)

Are They All Like That?” a 30-minute black comedy in English, set in a college dorm room, 2002, 3m, Otis Towns (American playwright, 1978-____)

Blind Spot,” a 35-minute comedy in English, set in a comedy club (green room and stage), just before a performance, evening, October, 1996,3m, Michael Licwinko (American playwright, director, 1955-____)

The Bomber,” a 10-minute satire  in English, set outside the White House, 1995, 3m, Eric Ferguson (American playwright, writer, living historian, 1963-____)

Breakfast at Whistler's,” a 25-minute comedy in English set in London, 1879, 3m, Kathryn Smith, (American playwright and theater manager, 1956-____)

The Car,” a 25-minute satire in English, set on any road, anytime, 1991, 3m or 2m1f or 3f or 1m2f, Eric Ferguson (American playwright, writer, living historian, 1963-____)

The Coldest Time of the Year,” a 20-minute children’s play in English, set in a forest in India, long ago, 3m, Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comic book/games/book store owner, 1965-____)

Commentaries of Death," a 60-minute modern drama in English in the genre of Poe in ten scenes, set in the house and stage of a theater, there and then, 3m (+ 5 extras in audience), William S. English (American playwright, writer, actor, 1952-____)

Death of a Legend,” a 15-minute gangster drama in English, set in a Manhattan apartment, New York City, daytime, 1997, 3m, Dean Barrett (American playwright, novelist, screenwriter, librettist, lyricist, 1942-____)

Desert,” a 15-minute dark comedy in English, set in urban blight, desolate city street, trash, graffiti, and debris, brick and cement, a heating grate, and some cardboard boxes, on a winter night, 1998, 3m, Daphne R. Hull (American playwright, 1969-____)

Dedekind," a 10-minute absurd comedy in English, set in a pool of light on a train station platform, late dusk, 2003, 2m1f or 3m, Jeffrey Frederick Gold (American playwright, screenwriter, filmmaker, film composer, 1968-____)

The Destruction of Wilhelm Reich," a 10-minute drama in English in several scenes, set outside a laboratory, Maine, U.S.A., 1956, 3m, Peter Fabbri Langman (American playwright, psychologist, 1960-____)

Different Gifts,” a 10-minute children's theatre drama in English, set in the hallway of a school, around noon a school day, 1998, 3m or 3f or any combination, Rachel Rubin Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

dog_eat_dog.com,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in Tripp's office, late 1990s, 3m, Patrick M. Brennan (American playwright, software author, 1963-____)

Duo Gladiatores," a 6-minute historical drama in Latin, set in the Colisei Romae (The Coliseum of Rome), 59 A.D., 3m (+2m or 2f extras), Paul N. Morris (aka Paul Nicholas Morris, American playwright, writer, novelist, June 19, 1979-____)

The Efficiency Expert," a five-minute comedy in English, set in an office, 2004, 3m or 3f (all roles non-gender), Dwyane Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Elvis Has Left the Building,” a 30-minute dark comedy in English, set in New York City, 9:00 p.m. during a storm, 2003, 3m, D. Moran (aka Dan Moran, American playwright, artist, 1941-____)

Ernst,”a 50-minute black comedy in English, set in the office of a city politician, 1994, 3m, David Graham (American playwright, writer, 1959-____)

Ethnic Cleansing,” a 13-minute drama in English set in a carwash, somewhere on the West Coast, a Monday morning in November, 1995, 3m, Richard Hellesen (American playwright, 1956-____)

Ex Machina,” a 14-minute bare-stage comedy, 3m, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Execution at Paradais Island," a 10-minute black comedy, set in a notorious military prison, Paradais Island, dusk, 2004, 3m, Jeffrey Frederick Gold (American playwright, screenwriter, filmmaker, film composer, 1968-____)

Flawless; or, Not a Drop of Blood Anywhere," a 15-minute absurd drama in English, set any place, any time, 3m or 2m1f or 1m2f, Joel Babcock (Canadian playwright, student, filmmaker, cofounder of The Plastic People Theatre Company, 1985-____)

A Fool’s Audition,” a 25-minute comedy in English, set in a throne room, the comic past, 3m, Daniel Curzon (American playwright, professor, writer, ____-____)

Furlough," a 20-minute drama, in English, set in a garage in Collingswood, New Jersey, U.S.A., April, 2004, 3m, Joseph M. Paprzycki (American playwright, senior sales representative, teacher, September 14, 1957-____)

Gambler's House,” a paso in Spanish by Antonio Mira de Amescua (Spanish playwright and poet, 1574-1644), 3m, Vern Williamsen (translator from Spanish, 1926-____)

Gentle Reader,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a restaurant, various lunchtimes, 2001, 3m, Howard W. Casner (American playwright, 1954-____)

Giants in the Wilderness,” a 60-minute drama in English, set on a bluff overlooking Pike's Peak, Colorado, October, 1896,3m, Genevieve Fraser (American playwright, writer/researcher/college staff, 1945-____)

The History Lesson,” a 25-minute theatre of the absurd in English, set on a stage, day or night, 1997, 3m, Dean  Barrett (American playwright, novelist, photographer, screenwriter, librettist, lyricist, October 10, 1942____) writer/researcher/college staff, 1945-____)

In Kilwa Waiting," a 45-minute chamber opera drama in three scenes in English, set in Kilwa, on the East African Coast, on the eve of the bombardment and fall of the City of Kilwat, 17th Century, 3m (+ m extra), Leon Waller (American playwright, museum educator, artist, librettist, July 6, 1949-____), and Stephen Cronin (Australian composer, 1960-____)

In the Penal Colony,” a 90-minute pocket opera adapted from a Franz Kafka (source Austrian writer, 1883-1924) short story into a libretto by Rudolph Wurlitzer (American librettist, screen playwright, 19__-20__), with music by Philip Glass (American composer, January 31, 1937-20__), set on an African prison island, 1907, 3m

The Incubus,” a 50-minute drama in English set in London, 1875, 3m, John Chatterton (British playwright and technical writer/Website designer, 1946-____)

Karl's Kristmas Karol," a 10-minute satire in English, set a residence in a suburb of Washington, D.C., Christmas Eve, 2004, 2m1f or 3m, Norbert J. Hruby (American playwright, retired second president of Aquinas College, 1918-____)

The Last Shot,” a  a 20-minute drama in English, set in a barn near Richard Garrett’s house, south of the Rappahannock River near Port Royal, Virginia, in the early morning hours of Wednesday, April 26, 1865, 3m, Jon E. Heitland (American playwright, attorney, writer, 1952-____)

Lazarillo” [“Lazarillo”], una farsa basada en el clasico anónymo de la literatura española"Vida de Lazarillo de Tormes y sus fortunas y adversidades"(1554) [a farce based on the anonymous classic Spanish novel Life of Lazarillo de Tormes and His Fortunes and Adversities (1554)], 3m, Manuel Chapus

Left Behind," a 10-minute tragedy in English, set in a stark fast-food place, 2002, 7:30 a.m., Monday, 2002, 3m, Dominic R. Tancredi (American playwright, student, May 31, 1982-____)

The Little Boy Who Loved Monsters,” a 60-minute psychotic fairy tale in English, set in the office of a renowned child psychologist, 1999, 2m1f or 3m, Ernest D. Kearney (American playwright, 1958-____)

A Little Lear and Laundry,” a 50-minute drama in English, set in a laundromat, 1993, 3m, Howard W. Casner (American playwright, 1954-____)

Lady Godiva Was a Republican," a 5-minute comedy in English, set inside a building, Coventry, England, before A.D. 1057, 3m, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____),

Lookout,” a 5-minute theatre-of-the-absurd comedy in English, set at sea, present or past, 1m2f or 2m1f or 3m or 3f or 2m or 2f or 1m1f, Lee Steele (American playwright, tech writer, submarine veteran, 1957-____)

Ménage à Troy," a 40-minute drama in English in seven scenes, set in a "rail road" apartment in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A., Memorial Day-Labor Day, summer, 1999, 3m, Frank Anthony Polito (American playwright, actor, 19__-____)

Moments,” a 13-minute adventure tragedy in English, set in Klamath River, Northern California, midday, 1980, 3m, 3f, 1m2f, 2m1f (variable cast), Dan Marshall (American playwright, boatman, software developer, microgeophysicist, inventor, 1951-____)

The Other Player,” a drama in English set in a dormitory room, Grey-Matthews School for Boys, New England, 11:20 a.m. in late June, 1964, 3m or 3f, Owen G. Arno (American playwright, 19__-____)

Passion Play, The,” a 30-minute drama, in English, set in bar in an elegant restaurant, early evening, 1985 or any time since, 3m, Gabriel Lanci (American playwright, February 18, 1940-____)

Ticking,” a 25-minute dark comedy in English, set in the Doe family kitchen, morning, 1999, 3m, Jon Dorf (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

Prisoners,”a 25-minute an absurdist/minimalist drama  in English, set in an unknown Limbo, 1998 but unimportant, 3m or 3f, flexible, Daniel Kent (American playwright, student, 1979-____)

Registered Alien," a 12-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a suggestion of a modern, cluttered office, 1999, 3m or 3f (variable casting), D. K. Kohls (American playwright, writer, 1954-____)

Rough Cut,” a 10-minute comedy/melodrama in English, set in a men's haircutting salon (barber shop) in Beverly Hills, October, 1997, 3m, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Speech,” a 5-minute drama in English, translated by Elham Esfahani from the Farsi original, set on a speech platform with a microphone, 1994, 3m

Surface Tension, "a 45-minute drama in English, set in a CIA holding cell, shortly before the end of the Cold War, 3m, Mark Wolverton (American playwright, freelance writer, dramatist, 1960-____)

Ping-Pong, Charlie Chan?,” a 10-minute crime melodrama. set in a hotel room in midtown Manhattan, night, 1930s, 3m, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

State of the Art," a 45-minute absurdist/ironic comedy in English, set in the writer's mind, at "Curtain" and following, 3m or 3f, Craig Abernethy (American playwright, 1947-____)

Thicker Than Water,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in a small den in a large house, Friday Night, the present, 3m, L. Harris, (American playwright, screenwriter, 1960-____)

Three Men in a Basket,” a 40-minute tragicomedy in English set in a hot-air balloon, February, 2000, 3m or 3f, Gareth Davies (British playwright, 1980-20__)

"The Three Not So Wise Men," a 5-minute Christmas drama in English, set in a field, a night, Christmas, 3m, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Totkicking,” a 30-minute drama in English, set in a small urban park, a spring day, 1995, 3m, Jeff Hylton (American playwright, lyricist, 1970-____)

Turn Around,” an 60-minute drama in English in eighteen scenes set in Kyle and Matt's college dorm room, February, 1996, 3m , Troy N. Diggs (American playwright, 19__-____)

The United Way,”a 35-minute comedy in English, set in an ad agency, 1955, 3m, Robert Shaffron (American playwright, writer, 1995-____)

Whatever Happened to Godot?” a 10-minute ironic comedy in English, set in a drab apartment, morning, 2003, 3m, Jon Dorf (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

Why’s Answer,” a 25-minute science-fiction play in English, set in a psychiatrist’s office, afternoon, 1995, 3m or 3f or 2m1f or 1m2f (+1 extra in 2 female roles), Joseph Ksyniak, Jr. (American playwright, screenwriter, actor, 1946-____)

Wordsworth and Coleridge: In the Footsteps of Genesis," a 35-minute drama in English in several scenes, set in two sitting rooms in London, England, 1812, 3m, Peter Fabbri Langman (American playwright, psychologist, 1960-____)

Three-Female Plays

Abby, From A to Z,” a 5-minute comedy in English, set in a college campus, 2003, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, writer, actor, producer, 1971-____)

After the Dance,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in Regina's bedroom, early evening, summer, 1996, 3f, Whiskeyman, Dolores R. (American playwright, 1958-____)

Another One of Louella's Killer Ideas," a 30-minute comedy in English, set a chancel of an empty church in a small town, a summer afternoon, 1995, 3f, Terryl Paiste (American playwright, 1943-____)

At the Vanity Fair," a 35-minute comedy in English, set in a penthouse apartment in San Francisco, 8:00 p.m.,Tuesday evening, 1998, 3f, Mary Willard (American playwright, 1947-____)

Bathers," a drama about performance-enhancing drug use, 3f, James I. Schempp (American playwright, 1943-____)

The Car," a 25-minute satire in English, set on any road, anytime, 1991, 3f or 2m1f or 3m or 1m2f, Eric Ferguson (American playwright, writer, living historian, 1963-____)

Caretakers," a 40-minute drama in English set in a nursing home, kitchen of New England home, one day, 3f, Roy, S. (American playwright, 1948-____)

A Certain Slant of Light," a 40-minute drama in English, set in the living room of family home in Chicago, a winter afternoon, 1997, 3f, Carol S. Lashof (American playwright, educator, 1956-____)

“Ciao, Baby," a ____ in English, 3f, complete script available elsewhere, Kent R. Brown (American playwright, ____-____)

Cocktails and Dancing," a 40-minute comedy in English, set in a small town, U.S.A.,  summer day, 1997, 3f, Kay Rhoads (American playwright, social services administrator, writer, 1941-____)

Coming of Age," a 30-minute drama, in English, set in an apartment in New York City, evening, November, 2003, 3f, Joseph M. Paprzycki (American playwright, senior sales representative, teacher, September 14, 1957-____)

Curls," a 50-minute drama in English, set at a child's beauty pageant at elementary school in Midwest, U.S.A., 8:00 p.m., winter, 2003, 3f, Jody Handley (American playwright, writer, communications specialist, 1975-____)

Desert Rose," a 60-minute tragicomedy, 3f, Alex Lippard (American playwright, MFA directing student, August 9, 1974-____)

Different Gifts," a 10-minute children's theatre drama in English, set in the hallway of a school, around noon a school day, 1998, 3f or 3m or any combination, Rachel Rubin Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

Dinosaur Doc," a 10-minute farce in English, set in the receptionist’s area of a doctor’s office, 1999, 3f, Michele I. Forsten (American playwright, essayist, 1954-____)

Discovery,” a 40-minute drama in English, set in a file storage room in an adoption agency, 10:00 p.m., Friday night, autumn, 2000, 3f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

The Efficiency Expert," a five-minute comedy in English, set in an office, 2004, 3f or 3m (all roles non-gender), Dwyane Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Embracing the Undertoad,” a 35-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a small apartment in North Carolina, U.S.A., evening, recent past, 3f, Robin Rice Lichtig (American playwright, 19__-____)

False Hopes,” a 20-minute drama in English, set in the break room of a corporate office, 2001, 3f, David-Matthew Barnes (European-American playwright, director, writer, 1970-____)

Fertility Rights,” a 40-minute lesbian-oriented comedy in English, set in the living room of home in medium-size town, in the late afternoon, today, 3f, Anne Seale (American playwright, writer, 1960-____)

The Fiancé,” a __-minute drama in English, set in _____, 19__, 3f, Catherine Keyser (American playwright, 19__-____)

Game of Patience,” translated from the original French into English by Jill Mac Dougall (American translator of French into English, 1942-____), a drama, 3f, Abla Farhoud (Lebanese/Québéçois Canadian playwright, 1945-____)

 "Gang Bang,” a 12-minute drama in English, set in a ratty basement, after dark, 1998, 3f, Sonali Kumar (Indian-American playwright, student, writer, director, 1978-____)

"The Gentle, Violent, Imperial, Revolutionary, Complete, Abbreviated History of Tea," a 30-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a a dining room and kitchen, daytime, 2002, 3f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

"A Good Year for Limas," a 30-minute dark comedy in English, set in a house in the rural American South, July 31, 1976, 3f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Head,” a 45-minute comedy-drama, set anywhere, 1996, 3f, Karin Diann Williams (American playwright, writer, 1964-____)

The Hypocrite," a 30-minute drama in English or in Greek, set in Athens, Greece, 1998, 3f, Angeliki Zaphiropoulou (Greek playwright, 19__-____)

In the Dark,” a 13-minute comedy in English, set in a New Age Summer Camp, Guru Grushi’s, near midnight, 1998, 1m2f or 3f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

In Twenty-Five Words or Worse,” a 15-minute comedy in English set in a very plain office in one of those "gleaming glass office towers with a breathtaking view of the beltway,” 1996, 3f, Nancy Wright (American playwright, writer, actor, director, 1954-____)

Islands,” a drama, 3f, Margaret Hollingsworth (Canadian playwright, 1942-____)

It’s Called Development,” a 10-minute drama in English, set in corporate office, 2002, weekday morning, 2001, 3f, Anne Phelan (American playwright, author, 1960-____)

Jane Addams and the Devil Baby,” a 20-minute drama in English set in Chicago, Illinois, 1912, 3f, Carolyn Gage (American playwright, March 14, 1952-____)

Knitting,” a 25-minute absurd black comedy in English set in a faded Edwardian lounge (any country), anytime, 1m2f or 3f, Brian Turner (New Zealand computer consultant/ playwright, 1936-____)

La Verne and Jack," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in Tumwater, Washington, U.S.A., 1:00 a.m., Wednesday, April 3, 1920, 3f, Trisha E. Sugarek (Irish-French-American playwright, writer, director, actor, artist, 1941-____)

"Lemmings," a 5-minute dark comedy in English, set on the coast of Norway, 2003, 3f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Lookout,” a 5-minute theatre-of-the-absurd comedy in English, set at sea, present or past, 1m2f or 2m1f or 3m or 3f or 2m or 2f or 1m1f, Lee Steele (American playwright, tech writer, submarine veteran, 1957-____)

Mac's Place,” a 20-minute comedy in English set in a little coffee shop near a shabby neighborhood movie in a large city on the West Coast of the United States, 1944, 3f (+ m voice and m extra), Marcia Hovick (American playwright, director, producer, actress, 19__-____)

The Magic Key,” a 55-minute drama in English set in apart of an efficiency apartment, 1997, 3f, S. Roy (American playwright, 1948-____)

Mark Clark’s Heart,” a 20-minute comedy-drama in English, set anywhere, now, 3f, D. K. Kohls (American playwright, writer, 1954-____)

Miss Millay Was Right,”a drama in English, 3f, Felicia Londré (aka Felicia Hardison Londré, American playwright, dramaturg, Shakespearean analyst, theatre historian and critic, and translator from French, Spanish, and Russian, 1941-____)

"Nasturtiums and Cherry Buns," a 45-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a city centre café, a working day's duration, 2003, 3f, Miriam Gallagher (Irish playwright, novelist, screenwriter, 1940-____)

Nirvana on Rye,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a bar, U.S.A., late afternoon, 2001, 3f, David T. Lohrey (American playwright, teacher, drama critic, script doctor, 1955-____)

Our Lady of Stone,” a 40-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a modern convent, Northport, New York, U.S.A., noon, August 21, 2001, 3f, Vanda (American playwright, 19__-____)

"The Perfume Bottle," a 10-minute farce in two scenes in English, set in Tumwater, Washington, U.S.A., 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, June 17, 1920, and 7:00 a.m., Thursday, June 18, 1920, 3f, Trisha E. Sugarek (Irish-French-American playwright, writer, director, actor, artist, 1941-____)

Prisoners,”a 25-minute an absurdist/minimalist drama  in English, set in an unknown Limbo, 1998 but unimportant, 3m or 3f, flexible, Daniel Kent (American playwright, student, 1979-____)

The Prom Dress,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in the fitting room of a department store, afternoon, spring, 1999, 3f, Kitty S. Dubin (American playwright, professor of playwriting, 1945-____)

Rain before Morning,” a 90-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a funeral home, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A., 7:30 p.m., Friday, October 2, 1997, 3f, Michael Norviel (American playwright, writer, 1939-____)

Relative Strangers,” a 35-minute comedy-drama in English, set on an airplane, 3f, Sheri Wilner (American playwright, 1969-____)

Revisioning,” a 50-minute historical drama in English, set on a convict ship from Britain to Canada, Nineteenth Century, 3f, Hope McIntyre (Canadian playwright, artistic director, 1973-____)

Snip-Snip,” a 45-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a hairdresser's salon, Wednesday afternoon, June, 2002, 3f, Olivia Smedley (British playwright, 1972-____)

State of the Art," a 45-minute absurdist/ironic comedy in English, set in the writer's mind, at "Curtain" and following, 3m or 3f, Craig Abernethy (American playwright, 1947-____)

Sweet Maggie Blues,” a 50-minute comedy in English, set on the Gulf Coast of Texas, U.S.A., 1934, 3f (+ 1 male voiceover), Kay K. Cook (American playwright, professor, 1939-____)

They's Weywulves,” a 15-minute comedy in English set at a family picnic, May, 1996, 3f, Mary J. Steelsmith, (American playwright, actor, 19__-____)

13 Years," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a lakeside restaurant in a planned community, Southern California, U.S.A., lunch time, mid-week, 2000, 3f, Jill K. Forbath (American playwright, Web designer, professional ballroom dance instructor, artistic director of West Coast Ten-Minute Play Project, December 11, 1959-____)

Three Men in a Basket,” a 40-minute tragicomedy in English set in a hot-air balloon, February, 2000, 3m or 3f, Gareth Davies (British playwright, 1980-20__)

Tradition,” a 35-minute drama in English set in the kitchen of old New England home, one week in June, 1996, 3f, S. Roy (American playwright, 1948-____)

Turtle Shopping," a 10-minute bare-stage comedy in English, 2005, 3f, Scott McMorrow (North American playwright, poet, actor, firefighter, 1961-____)

Unbinding Our Lives,” a bare-stage 55-minute set of three dramatic monologues about Chinese-American immigrants, circa 1840-1910, 1f or 2f or 3f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Voodoo,” a 55-minute drama in English, set in any large room, anytime, 3f, Kico Gonzalez-Risso (Canadian playwright, director-translator, 19__-____)

What's Out There,” a ten-minute horrific comedy in English, 3f, Felicia Londré (aka Felicia Hardison Londré, American playwright, dramaturg, Shakespearean analyst, theatre historian and critic, and translator from French, Spanish, and Russian, 1941-____)

Why’s Answer,” a 25-minute science-fiction play in English, set in a psychiatrist’s office, afternoon, 1995, 3f or 3m or 2m1f or 1m2f (+1 extra in 2 female roles), Joseph Ksyniak, Jr. (American playwright, screenwriter, actor, 1946-____)

White Gloves,” a drama, 3f, Anne Phelan (American playwright, author, 1960-____)

White Horses,”a 40-minute prequel in four scenes to Ibsen’s Rosmersholm in English, set in the living room of Rosmersholm, Norway, June, 1885,3f,  DJ Sanders (American playwright, teacher, 1973-____)

Winning?” a 15-minute comedy-drama in English, set in an apartment in a large, urban city, 1999, 3f, Michele I. Forsten (American playwright, essayist, 1954-____)

A Witch's Brew,” a 40-minute comedy-drama in English set in a duck blind, an upscale condo, a garden, and a timeless anywhere ere, now and all time, 3f, Shirley Barrie (Canadian playwright/producer, 1945-____)

Women with Casseroles,” a 30-minute comedy in English set in a church basement, 1996, 3f, Mary J. Steelsmith, (American playwright, actor, 19__-____)

One-Male-Three-Female Plays

All for Love," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in an entrance foyer, U.S.A., 2001, 1m3f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

. . . And Sarah Laughed: A Play About Breast Cancer,” a comedy-drama in English set in Boulder, Colorado, 1996, 1m3f (+ extra), Kay K. Cook (American playwright, professor, 1939-____)

Ask Me No More Questions,” a 95-minute drama  in English, set in New York, over several weeks, 1997, 1m3f, JamesKaufman (American playwright, psychologist, 1974-____)

Bad Roof,” a 45-minute drama in English, set in rural Appalachia, U.S.A., the present day/recent past,1m3f, Tim Hatcher (American playwright,  writer/animator, 1957-____)

The Basketmaker,” a 60-minute drama in English, set on the front porch and yard of the Sayer homestead on the frontier of New Hampshire, North America, 1725, 1m3f, David M.Baughan (American playwright, physician, February 13, 1949-____)

Barbara & Diane,” a 35-minute drama in English, set in a hospital room, U.S.A., spring, 1998, 1m3f, Cheryl Costa (American playwright and computer professional, April 23, 1952-____)

Bedside Companion,” a 36-minute drama in English set in a hospital room, May, 1996, 1m3f, Mary J. Steelsmith, (American playwright, actor, 19__-____)

Best Laid Plans,” a 45-minute comedy in English, set in a venerable family home of an American town, 1995, 1m3f, Robert Schroeder (American playwright, 1917-1997)

Blue Blood,” a comedy in English, set in the American South, shortly after the Civil War, 1m3, Georgia Douglas Johnson (aka Georgia Douglas Camp Johnson, African-American playwright, Harlem Renaissance poet, 1877-1966)

The Boy Who Was Born with a Tail," a 20-minute drama in English, set in the shared bedroom of two little girls, evening, 2003, 1m3f (some doubling), Matt Casarino (American playwright, manager, Muppet fan, musician, writer, 1970-____)

The Crystal Ball,”  a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a fortune-teller’s parlor in the West Village, Manhattan, New York City, on a spring afternoon, 2001, 1m3f, Donna Spector (American playwright, 1946-____)

Day by Day,” a 15-minute social satire in English, set on a porch in the inner city, Saturday afternoon, summer, 2002, 1m3f, Jean B. Hill (African-American playwright, scriptwriter for video/film, 1951-____)

Eden,” a 35-minute absurd comedy in English, set in a a room and garden (any), day, 2002, 1m3f or 2m2f, John R. Hillel (Australian playwright, writer, 1947-____)

Familiar Faces,” a 30-minute comedy in English, set in a Chicago living room with dining area, school parlor, 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., summer, 1990s, 1m3f or 4f, Margaret G. Waterstreet (American playwright, 1953-____)

Figment,” a 22-minute suspense drama in English in five scenes, set at an unnamed college campus, Monday-Thursday, January, 2002, 1m3f or 4f, Dave Tucker (American playwright, actor, director, 1961-____)

First Date,” a 15-minute drama in English set in a crowded restaurant, 1942, 1m3f, Jeffery Scott Elwell (American college professor, playwright, 1957-____)

Fourth Wall,” a 60-minute drama in English in three scenes, set in a supermarket, midnight, 2002, 1m3f (+ six m or f extras), Charli E. Cree (British playwright, technical theatre student, 1984-____)

The Gender Agenda,” a 50-minute drama in English, 1983, 1m3f (with doubling), G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

The Girls from the Five and Ten,” translated from the original French into English by Jill Mac Dougall (American translator of French into English, 1942- ), a drama, 1m3f, Abla Farhoud (Lebanese/Québéçois Canadian playwright, 1945-____)

The Glover’s Mange Cure Caper,” set in the family living room and in a general store, a Midwestern town, U.S.A., early fall, 1949, a 25-minute youth comedy in English, set in a family living room and in a general store, a Midwestern town, U.S.A., early fall, 1949, 1m3f, Louise Bottrell (American playwright, retired secretary, 1936-____)

Goochland (The New Girl)," a 30-minute drama in English, set in a women's prison, Virginia, 2004, 1m3f (1m can be 1f), Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Grave Matters,” a 20-minute farcical, black comedy thriller in English, set in a graveyard, day, 1993, 1m3f, Peter Mellencamp (American playwright, screenwriter, story analyst, 1954-____)

Heaven and Hades," a 20-minute comedy in English, set in an ad agency, March, 1999, 1m3f, 2m2f, 3m1f, 4m, or 4f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Herman," a 10-minute comedy in English, a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a luncheonette, 1998, 1m3f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Hola, Sugarbear," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in Candi and Bud's living room, 1997, 1m3f, Emily Ecton (American playwright, 1970-____)

The House of Bake," a 20-minute comedy in English set in the stage of Alexa’s “The House of Bake,” a nationally-available cable access TV show or just a show in Alexa's mind, 1998, 1m3f or 2m2f, James Brunelle (American teacher of guitar and creativity, playwright, 19__-____)

"In a Red Sea," a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a therapist's apartment, 2001, 1m3f, Dawson Moore (American playwright, theatre professor, director, actor, 1970-____)

Interpretations," a 30-minute drama in English, set (1) in the cafeteria of the Jubilee Advertising Agency, U.S.A., lunch time, 1997; (2) Tammy’s cubical, the next day; (3) cafeteria, lunch time, one week later; (4) Lee’s office, late that day; (5) cafeteria, lunch time, two days later, 1m3f, Barry M. Putt, Jr. (American playwright, 1969-____)

Jacob's Shoe," a 10-minute drama in English, set in a Nazi labor camp, WW II, day, 1m3f, Sandra K. Hosking (American playwright, teacher, journalist, 1969-____)

La llorona llora” [“The Whining Weeper”], a drama, 1m3f, Silvia (American playwright, 19__-____)

Liberations; or, How the Grinch Stole My Virginity," a 90-minute comedy in English, set in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A., afternoon, July, 1997,1m3f, Lori Neal (African-American playwright, actress, poet, January 10, 1966-____)

Madame Bertin's Testimony,” translated from the original French into English by Jill Mac Dougall (American translator of French into English, 1942-____), a drama, 1m3f, Fatima Gallaire (Algerian/French playwright, 19__-____)

Melody Meets the Bag Lady," a modern morality play for young audiences, 1m3f, Rex Deverell (Canadian playwright, 19__-____)

My Aunt Is a Drunk?" a 30-minute drama in English set in the small town of White Plains, New York, 1996, 1m3f (+ possible extra), Thomas Bruett (American playwright, 19__-____)

"Nothing," a 50-minute bare-stage comedy in English, set on the stage of a theater that can be found everywhere, 2002 (it is not a big deal if this becomes 2003 or 2000 or even 1998), 1m3f, Evdokimos Tsolakidis (Greek playwright, founder and the artistic director of the Theater of Changes, 1962-____)

Oluronbi,” a 40-minute bare-stage classically-structured poetic drama in English, set in the courtyard of Oluronbi’s quarters, in the Kingdom of Ife, in West Africa, ancient times, 1m3f (+ optional extras as supplementary chorus), Ade Ademola (Nigerian-American playwright, screenwriter, jurist, 19__-____)

Order Up!, " a 5-minute comedy in English, set in a fast-food restaurant, anytime, 1m3f (3f can be 3m), Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Pigs," a 25-minute bare-stage drama in English, set in the mind of a young man, 21st century, 1m3f (+ 1f extra), Cindy M. Kelly (aka Cindy Michelle Kelly, American playwright, costume designer, dramaturg, 1977-____)

Playing in the Bush League,” a 60-minute bare-stage experimental audience-participation in English, 1m3f, G. L. Horton, G. L. (American playwright, 1940-____)

Points,” a 35-minute comedy in English, set in New York City, 2003, 1m3f, Gordon Osmond (American playwright, 1974-____)

Poor Old Betsy," a 45-minute absurdism in English, set in a hospital ward, U.S.A., evening, 2002, 1m3f, Dipo Kalejaiye (American playwright, college professor, 19__-____)

“Reduced for Quick Sale,” a comedy in English, 1m3f, complete script available elsewhere, Kent R. Brown (American playwright, ____-____)

Ride My White Horse,” a 30-minute drama set in a sparsely furnished room, 1m3f, Arnold C. Baker (Australian playwright, ____-____)

"Rolled," a 5-minute religious drama in English, set in an engineering office, 2004, 1m3f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Salt,” a fantasy, 1m3f, Ana Camila Elpan (Mexican playwright, 1973-____)

Solitary,” a 30-minute social commentary drama in English, set in a maximum security prison, U.S.A., 2002, 1m3f (1 male+3 males or females), Summer M. Golden (American playwright, acting teacher, 1942-____)

Sowing The Seeds,” a 60-minute drama in English, set in Western Connecticut, U.S.A., noon, July, 1994, through noon the next day, 1m3f, Rachel Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

St. Cecelia,” a 35-minute drama in English, set in the baths in the home of a patrician Roman family, middle of the third century, A.D., 1m3f, Ludmilla Bollow (American playwright, writer, actress, 19__-____)

Sunday, Sunday,” a 90-minute contemporary drama in English, set in the patients' room in the psychiatric ward of a general hospital, morning to evening, one Sunday, 1994, 3f (1 female is nonspeaking), Sandra Fenichel Asher (American playwright, novelist, 1942-____)

Tea Dust and Roses," a 45-minute comedy in English, set in a factory in the United States in the early 1960s 1m3f, Christine Rusch (American playwright, teacher, published and produced free-lance writer, founding artistic director of playwrights theatre, dramaturg, consultant, 19__-____)

Too Hot, Too Cold, Just Right,” a 37-minute children’s theatre farce in English, set in the bears’ cave and the forest, once upon a time, 2m2f or 1m3f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

Tuna Fish Eulogy,” a drama, 1m3f, Lindsay Price (Canadian playwright, 1969-____)

Twilight Nutcracker,” a 20-minute comedy-drama in English, set on a front porch, late afternoon, 2002, 1m3f, Sandra K. Hosking (American playwright, teacher, journalist, 1969-____)

Waiting for Rain,” a 30-minute drama in English in two scenes, set in bedroom of a substance abuse rehabilitation center, Easter, 1995, 1m3f, Tonya Marie Kelley (American playwright, student, 1977-____)

The Waste," a 42-minute drama in English, set in a front room and photograpic studio place, in the recent past, 1m3f (some doubling), John Collings (English playwright, 1949-____)

Two-Male-Two-Female Plays

About Don Greco," a 50-minute slapstick comedy in English, set in the Hollywood Cafe, Hollywood, California, U.S.A., late afternoon in late summer, 2004, 2m2f (+1m2f extras), C. E. Schandl (Canadian playwright, English language teacher/university lecturer, writer, 1962-____)

Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You,” a 5-minute comedy in English, set in an American home, early 1961, 2m2f, Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

The Beach Club,” a 30-minute comedy-drama in English, set on a beach, December 1, 1972, 2m2f (+ optional walk-on), Ludmilla Bollow (American playwright, writer, actress, 19__-____)

Behind Glass,” a __-minute comedy in Russian and English, translated into English by Katharine Hodgson from Sergei Nosov’s Russian original, 2m2f, Sergei Nosov (Russian playwright, 19__-____)

The Berdache,” a 40-minute dramedy in American English set in a New Mexico mesa and two different Catholic monasteries, 1994, 2m2f (+ 1m or 1f bit), Cheryl Costa (American playwright and computer professional, April 23, 1952-____)

The Next Break,” a 40-minute comedy-drama in English in four scenes, set in Hollywood, 1990, 2m2f, Trisha E. Sugarek (Irish-French-American playwright, writer, director, actor, artist, 1941-____)

Blind Date,” a comedy set in the living room of Robert and Dolores Henry's home in Harrison, Texas,1929, 2m2f, Horton Foote (American playwright, 19__-____)

"Bring Back Lillian Wald," a 35-minute comedy in English, set in New York City, circa 2004 or present, 2m2f, Mary Humphrey Baldridge (Canadian playwright, 1937-____)

Bookends,” an absurd comedy, 2m2f, Jon Dorf (American playwright, 1971-____)

The Broken Band," a 40-minute drama in English, set in a ruined sheiling (a temporary shelter for shepherds) close to the border between England and Scotland, September 10, 1513; the day after the Battle of Flodden, 2m2f (+ extra), Alan Watt Richardson (Scottish playwright, May 28, 1949-____)

Broken Sacrament," a 30-minute drama in English, set in a small apartment, 1974, 2m2f, Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comicbook/games/book store owner, 1965-____) and Gary Eustice (American playwright, counselor, 1951-____)

The Capture and Arrest of Winnie Borden Vole," a 45-minute crazed farce in American English, set somewhere in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A., on a weekday afternoon, October 11, 1991, 2m2f, Robert E. Lockney (American playwright, 1922-____)

Chance,” a 60-minute suspense comedy, in English, set in a ‘funky’ apartment and other locations, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 1999, 2m2f, Joe Wiebe (Canadian playwright, writer, 1970-____)

Circus Lady,” a 40-minute realistic comedy in English set in East Harlem, New York City, anytime, 2m2f, Jason Miller (Irish-American playwright, 1939-____)

The Clang Family in a Big House,” a black comedy set in a big house, anytime, 2m2f, Craig Strasshofer (American freelance writer/editor, author playwright, 1954-____)

Climbing Dunn Falls,” a 30-minute light drama in English set in backyard deck of a middle class suburban home, a fall evening, 1997, 2m2f, Bob Philbin (American playwright and writer, March 2, 1945-____)

Close Encounters on a Beach," a 30-minute bare-stage comedy-drama in English, set on a stretch of deserted beach, Australia, 2002, 2m2f, Paula Williams (Australian playwright, short story writer, screen writer, 19__-____)

A Cold Coming We Had of It,” a 45-minute comedy in English, set at a subway stop, late at night, winter, 1983, 4m, 3m1f, or 2m2f, Howard W. Casner (American playwright, 1954-____)

The Con,” a 55-minute farce in English, set in an elegant room in a stately old mansion, morning, 2000, 2m2f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

Counterpoint,” a 35-minute comedy in English, set in a coffee bar in New York City, evening, 1999 or later, 2m2f, Carole E. Buggé (American playwright/novelist/composer/lyricist/poet, 1953-____)

Creeping Charlie,” a 40-minute drama in English, set in a college town, in the middle of America, 1999, 2m2f, Kenneth R. Robbins (American playwright, professor, author, 1944-____)

The Cuckoo Song,” a 60-minute drama in English, set in former army barracks converted to low-cost housing, somewhere in Germany, a few years after World War II, 2m2f, Heldor Schäfer (Canadian playwright, director, 1946-____)

Detours,” a 25-minute comedy in English, set on a highway, mid-morning, 2002, 2m2f, Sandra K. Hosking (American playwright, teacher, journalist, 1969-____)

Diamond's Aren't Forever," a 10-minute farce in English, set in Schwartz's Funeral Parlor, half past noon, 2004, Colette Freedman (American playwright, writer, actor, producer, 1971-____)

The Divided Kingdom,” a 45-minute bare-stage comedy-drama in English, the time of the performance, 2m2f, Dan Trujillo (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1971-____)

Do-Si-Do,” a ten-minute drama, 2m2f, James I. Schempp (American playwright, 1943-____)

Dropping Ballast,” a 60-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a shopping mall, around noon, 2002, 1m2f, Heldor Schäfer (Canadian playwright, director, 1946-____)

Earwig,” a 50-minute black comedy in English set in the dead letter office of an anonymous city, 1996, 2m2f, Fraser MacFarlane (Canadian playwright and author, 1965-____)

Echo and Narcissus:  A Love Story,” a 12-minute comedy in English, set in Jayce and Aaron’s living room, with a Christmas tree, beach chair, sand, and sunlamp, on a typical day for the household, 1998, 2m2f, Daphne R. Hull (American playwright, 1969-____)

Eden,” a 35-minute absurd comedy in English, set in a a room and garden (any), day, 2002, 1m3f or 2m2f, John R. Hillel (Australian playwright, writer, 1947-____)

The Edge,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set in a high school corridor, morning, 1999, 2m2f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

Electra,” a 35-minute drama in English, set in a hospital suite, June 17-July 24, 1997, 2m2f, Cheryl Ann Costa (American playwright, multi-disciplined media artist, April 23, 1952-____)

Escape to the Good Life," a 10-minute play for young teengers, set in a shabby squat in an Australian city, 2000, 2m2f

Falling,” a 5-minute comedy, 2m2f, Beth Burns (American playwright, 19__-____)

Family Lessons,” a 40-minute black comedy in English set in a typical suburban home, 1992, 1990, 2m2f, Jeffery Scott Elwell (American college professor, playwright, 1957-____)

The Farm Bill,” a 40-minute comedy-drama in English, set in an office of the United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., 9:30 a.m., Monday, 1996, 2m2f, Susan Dworkin (American playwright, writer, novelist, journalist, 1941-____)

The Fast Track," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in Limbo, or something like it, anytime, 2m2f or 3m1f, Sandra K. Hosking (American playwright, teacher, journalist, 1969-____)

Field Work," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in the dark Minnesotan outback jungles, U.S.A., daytime, 2002, 2m2f, Jonah Sea Knight (American playwright, writer-in-residence, 1974-____)

500 Year, 500 Miles," a 45-minute comedy-drama in English, set in an apartment in a city somewhere in the northeast United States, Sunday afternoon, October, 1991, 2m2f, Michael Burgan (American playwright, free-lance writer, 1960-____)

The Fleamarket," a 13-minute bare stage comedy in English in five scenes, set in an imaginary open space, 7:00 a.m., May, 1998-3:00 p.m., September, 2002, 2m2f, Will Stackman (American playwright, theatrician, 1941-____)

Four Play,” a 50-minute farce in English, set in an apartment, late one evening, 1997, 2m2f, Keith P. Trezise (British prize-winning  playwright, singer/songwriter, actor, director, poet, novelist, July 29, 1954-____)

French Fry," a 60-minute farce in English, set in Paris, 9:00 a.m., April, 1900, 2m2f, Robert E. Lockney (American playwright, 1922-____)

From the Backseat,” a 50-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the American Midwest, 19__, 2m2f, Kay Rhoads (American playwright, social services administrator, writer, 1941-____)

From Shakespeare with Love?” a 45-minute comedy in English, set in an airport, various Shakespearean settings, 1:00 a.m., 1999, 2m2f, Jon Dorf (American playwright, screenwriter, 1971-____)

Full-Tilt Boogie,” a comedy, 2m2f, Martha King De Silva (American playwright, 1960-____)

Ghosts in the Wallpaper,” a dark comedy set in the visitors lounge of a nursing home, 2m2f (with some double-casting), Mark Pizzato (American playwright, 19__-____)

The Gift of Speech,” a 60-minute comedy in English, set in a baronial mansion, Christmas Eve, 1997, 2m2f, Ellen West (American playwright, 1931-____)

Going Down the River," a 45-minute drama in English, set in the Principal's office of an inner-city high school, 1989, and in 1960s livingroom, 2m2f, Kevin Longfield (Canadian playwright, journalist, college instructor, directing, producer, dramaturg, 1950-____)

A Gorilla Suit, a Judge's Wig, and a Little Blue Cap,” a comedy in English, 2m2f, Ben Ohmart (American playwright and short story writer, 1970-____)

The Great American Refrigerator,” a 30-minute 12-scene comedy in English set in a contemporary mountain resort, 1996, 2m2f (+ m bit) , Fred Jay Gordon (American playwright, 19__-____)

The Great Australian Car Crash,” a 60-minute musical in five scenes in English, set in Sydney, Australia, November, 1980, 2m2f, David Wakeling (Australian playwright, primary school teacher, principal of business college, 1952-____)

The Green Duck," a 12-minute comedy in English, set in a family living room, Friday evening, 2005, 2m2f, Marshaline Letcher (American playwright, genealogist, writer, 19__-____)

The Happy Idea,” a 90-minute drama in eight scenes without intermission, with some music and songs, set in London, England, circa 1980, 2m2f, Ade Ademola (Nigerian-American playwright, screenwriter, jurist, 19__-____)

Hard Rain," a 70-minute drama in English, set in New South Wales, Australia, 1985 with flashbacks, 2m2f, Gün Gencer (Turkish-born Australian playwright, poet, director, translator from Turkish into English, October 11, 1944-____)

Heart-Beat," a 35-minute drama in English, set in a hospital room, timeless since two characters are in a coma, 2m2f, R.G. Rader (American playwright, professor, actor, October 9, 1950-____)

Heaven and Hades,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set in an ad agency, March, 1999, 1m3f, 2m2f, 3m1f, 4m, or 4f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Helena,” a 60-minute expressionistic comedy noire in English, set in a small town in a province of eastern Cuba, 1998, 2m2f (+ 2f chorus), Roland Francis Bravo (American playwright, writer, musician, 1955-____)

Him,” a 4-minute dramatic sketch in English set in the street near a sidewalk café, 1996, 2m2f (+ extras), Gregory Symons (American playwright, student/actor, 1977-____)

His, Hers & God’s,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in the living room of Solomon’s Manhattan penthouse apartment overlooking Central Park, New York City, sunset, Friday evening, 2002, 2m2f, Ginny Cerrella (American playwright, writer, 19__-____)

He Who Gets Laughed At Last," a 25-minute dark comedy in English, set the dressing room in a comedy club, 1996, 2m2f, Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comic book store owner, educator, 1965-____)

Holy Motion," a 25-minute drama in English, set in Russia, months after the fall of the Soviet Union, 2m2f, Paul Patton (aka Paul D. Patton, American playwright, 1952-____)

Homecoming," a 10-minute drama, set in a living room, afternoon, 2004, 2m2f, Sandra K. Hosking (aka Sandra Kay Hosking, American playwright, teacher, journalist, 1969-____)

Homesick,” a 60-minute tragic farce in English set in a perfect upper-middle-class home, 1988, 2m2f, John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Homeward Bound,” a black comedy in English,2m2f (+ 1 corpse), Stephanie Sands (Australian playwright, 1968-____)

Homosapien—The Animal Within," a 45-minute drama in English, set in two livingroom parties, and the jungle, one evening, and another soon after, 2003, 2m2f, Patricia E. Perry (American playwright, student, writer, 1981-____)

Honestly,” a 12-minute comedy in English, set in a bar-restaurant, evening, 2001, 2m2f, Tonya Marie Kelley (American playwright, student, 1977-____)

Horst and Graben at the Chateau Godot," a 10-minute comedy in English, set at a finely appointed dinner table, arranged for two, in the restaurant Chateau Godot, in New York City, Saturday evening, five years later, 2003, 2m2f, Jeffrey Frederick Gold (American playwright, filmmaker, film composer, 1968-____)

The House of Bake,” a 20-minute comedy in English set in the stage of Alexa’s “The House of Bake,” a nationally-available cable access TV show or just a show in Alexa's mind, 1998, 2m2f or 1m3f, James Brunelle (American teacher of guitar and creativity, playwright, 19__-____)

How Can They Call It A Fixed Income When We're Always Broke?” a 25-minute comedy in English, set in Herbert and Emma Swanson's living room, 1991, 2m2f, Dave Brandl (American playwright, 1957-____)

I Ate Lunch Alone Today,” a 25-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a modest one-bedroom apartment in New York City, April, 2002, 2m2f, David-Matthew Barnes (European-American playwright, director, writer, 1970-____)

I Can Explain,” a 25-minute romantic comedy in English set in limbo, 1997, 2m2f, Bruce Kane, (American playwright, 19__-____)

I Do Solemnly Declare,” a 45-minute drama in English, set in a living room in a family house in Britain, Gemma’s birthday, early evening, 2001, 2m2f, Simon Farquhar (British playwright, 1972-____)

"I Give You My Word," a 30-minute social commentary drama in English, set in a hospital ward, 3:00, Saturday afternoon, May 14, 2003, 2m2f, Mark A. P. Jones (Australian playwright, screenwriter, 1962-____)

I Kissed Elvis,” a 45-minute comedy in English, set in Hope's Creek Bayou, Louisiana, a few years back (before 1995), 2m2f (+ small boy extra), Jocelyn Beard (American playwright, 19__-____)

Ida B. 'n the Lynching Tree: A Record of Race History," a 70-minute drama in English, set in Mississippi, various times in main character's life 1862-1931, 4m or 4f (doubling for multiple roles), Carolyn Nur Wistrand (American playwright, university professor, director, community activist, 1950-____)

In My Tribe,” a 60-minute suspense drama in English, set in Belinda’s house in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A., December, 1999, 2m2f, Kimberley Louise Lynne  (American playwright, 1961-____)

In the Cool Cool Cool," a 10-minute drama in English, set on a beach, afternoon, 2004, 2m2f, Peter Papadopoulos (aka Peter J. Papadopoulos, American playwright, actor, teacher, 1969-____)

Interiors,” a 15-minute comedy in English set inside a cafe in any city or town, day or evening, 2m2f, Dean Barrett (American playwright, novelist, photographer, screenwriter, librettist, lyricist, October 10, 1942-____)

In the Weeds," a 30-minute dramatic monologue in English, set in a group home, noon, Easter Sunday, 2003, 2m2f (only 1f speaks), Fannie G. Reece (aka F.G. Reece, American playwright, housewife, 1949-____)

Interior Church,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a rural black church, Sunday morning, 2000, 2m2f (+ optional m extra) Deleroi Du Cadillac (American playwright, filmmaker, sound designer, office clerk, 1976-____)

The Jealous Type,” a 90-minute realistic drama in English, set in an apartment, a given weekday evening, 1998, 2m2f, Barton S. Bund (Caucasian American playwright, student, freelance director, February 21,1976-____)

Joy Ride,” a 20-minute comic satire in English, set in an elevator, 1998, 2m2f, Kristen Lazarian (American playwright, 1968-____)

," an R-rated 120-minute (without intermission) drama in English, set in a remote beach house, Australia, Christmas, 1987, 2m2f (+ 3 female extras), Gün Gencer (Turkish-born Australian playwright, poet, director, translator from Turkish into English, October 11, 1944-____)

"Kalahari Blues," a 20-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a run-down big house in an Irish town, day, 2001, 2m2f, Miriam Gallagher (Irish playwright, novelist, screenwriter, 1940-____)

Loose Gravel," a 30-minute futuristic political drama in English, set in the future combined United States and Canada; Teddy's car, which travels from California Station to the State of Canada, the long afternoon of Thursday, October 20, 2050, 2m2f, Paul N. Morris (aka Paul Nicholas Morris, American playwright, writer, novelist, 1979-____)

"Mosaic:  An Existential Dilemma for Ensemble,” a 50-minute dark comedy in English, set in multiple simple settings, alternating time, 2m2f, Daphne R. Hull (American playwright, 1969-____)

Mundanity,”a15-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a living room, 2003, 2m2f, Kristyn Leigh Robinson (American playwright,1974-____)

No Oysters, Please," a 30-minute comedy in English, set in a homely motel room in a just-becoming-popular seaside town and in a spotlit part of a restaurant, Australia, 1993, 2m2f, Paula Williams (Australian playwright, short story writer, screen writer, 19__-____)

On Hold at 30,000 Feet,” a 30-minute comedy in English, set aboard a plane, San Francisco Airport, California. 1:00 p.m., on a weekday, 1995, 2m2f (+ 1 voice), Kitty Burns (Irish-Russian American playwright, analyst, 1951-____)

Places, Please!" a 20-minute comedy set at a table in an intimate lounge, evening, 1996, 2m2f, Dave Brandl (American playwright, 1957-____)

Jaws of Life,” a 25-minute drama in English, set here, 1996, 2m2f, Jocelyn Beard (American playwright, 19__-____)

Jersey," a 40-minute drama in English in four scenes, set in the home of Sean Murphy, New Jersey, U.S.A., Sunday, May 16, 17, 2000, 2m2f, Hugh G. Fitzgerald (aka Hugh G. Fitzgerald, American playwright, actor, 1969-____)

Joy Ride,” a 20-minute comic satire in English, set in an elevator, 1998, 2m2f, Kristen Lazarian (American playwright, 1968-____)

Just Another Day,” a 40-minute comedy in English, set in  restaurant, 1998, 2m2f, Angus Kohm (Canadian playwright, 1970-____)

Kiddy Ko-Rall,” a 15-minute black comedy in English, set in an area in the child-care facility of an upmarket department store, late afternoon a weekend, 1994, 2m2f, Nancy Golladay (American playwright and librettist, 19__-____)

The Knights of This Day,” a 10-minute comedy in English set in an apartment, a bus stop, night, the next afternoon, 1995, 2m2f, Rachel Manija Brown (American playwright, screenwriter, stage manager, 1973-____)

Lady With Cats,” a comedy in English, 2m2f, Ben Ohmart (American playwright and short story writer, 1970-____)

The Last Leaf," a 15-minute drama in English, set in a New York apartment, early winter, late 1800s, 2m2f, Jane E. Fiegen (American playwright, student, 1985-____)

"The Last Flight of Irina Ivanova," a 30-minute drama in English, set in Moscow, 2003, 2m2f (1 role is non-gender), Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

The License,” an 11-minute comedy in English, set in a County Clerk's office, Friday afternoon, October, 2002, 2m2f, Fred Sahner (American playwright, writer, 1935-____)

Little Favors,” a drama, 2m2f, Jan Baross (American playwright, video writer/producer, 1943-____)

The Little Man,” a black comedy set in Mystic Seaport,1990, 2m2f, Craig Strasshofer (American freelance writer/editor, author playwright, 1954-____)

"Little Red Riding Hood," a 45-minute audience-participation musical in English, set in no particular setting, morning, 2003, 2m2f (+ extras + children's chorus), Stephen DeCesare (American playwright, composer, musical director, 1969-____)

A Long Time,” a 25-minute drama in English in two scenes, set in an apartment in Florida, November, 2001, 2m2f, G. E. Farrell (American playwright, paralegal, 1948-____)

Loose Gravel," a 30-minute futuristic political drama in English, set in the future combined United States and Canada; Teddy's car, which travels from California Station to the State of Canada, the long afternoon of Thursday, October 20, 2050, 2m2f, Paul N. Morris (aka Paul Nicholas Morris, American playwright, writer, novelist, June 19, 1979-____)

Love in the Chook House,” a 40-minute comedy in English set in a chicken shed, Australia, 2m2f, Ross Barrett (Australian playwright, 1942-____)

Love's Light Wings,” a drama, 2m2f, Lewis W. Heniford (American educator, author, director, playwright, 1928-____)

"Lucy," a 30-minute comedy in English, set in Hell, 2003, 2m2f (1 role is non-gender), Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

The Man Who Came Back As a Ballroom Dancer," a 15-minute drama in English, set in The Electric Piano, a bar at a once-popular lakeside resort, 2000, 2m2f, Christine Rusch (American playwright, teacher, published and produced free-lance writer, founding artistic director of playwrights theatre, dramaturg, consultant, 19__-____)

The Mute Who Was Dreamed [aka The Mute Dream],” a 60-minute drama with music by Mohammadreza Aliqoli, translated from Farsi into English, set in a kitchen, Iran, 2m2f (+ extras/ushers), Atilla Pessyani (aka Attila Pessyani, Iranian playwright, actor, director, founder of Theatre Bazi, 19__-____), and Mohammad Charmshir (Iranian playwright, 19__-____)

Mel Is a Strange Girl,” a 45-minute comedy-drama, set in a modern urban locale, 2m2f, Karin Diann Williams (American playwright, writer, 1964-____)

Menstruating Waitress from Hell,” a 20-minute farce in English, set in a small bistro, the end of the lunch shift, 2:55 p.m., 1988, 2m2f, Lathrop, Mary (American playwright, writer, 1951-____)

Merrily Down the Stream," a __-minute comedy-drama, set in ___, 1992, 2m2f, Paula Williams (Australian playwright, short story writer, screen writer, 19__-____)

Miss America,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set backstage and center stage, during the Miss America Pageant, 2m2f, Jenny Lyn Bader (American playwright, author, 1968-____)

Missing Matter,” a 40-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the train station, Portland, Oregon, U.S.A., afternoon, 2002, 2m2f (+4 silent extras), Helen Hill (American playwright, artist, teacher, March 24, 1955-____)

Mistress and Man,” a 10-minute bittersweet comedy in English, 2m2f, Felicia Londré (aka Felicia Hardison Londré, American playwright, dramaturg, Shakespearean analyst, theatre historian and critic, and translator from French, Spanish, and Russian, 1941-____)

A Nice Weekend," a 30-minute comedy in English, set in a motel room in a just-becoming-popular seaside town and in a spotlit part of a restaurant, Australia, 1989, 2m2f, Paula Williams (Australian playwright, short story writer, screen writer, 19__-____)

Motown at the Moon Palace,” a bare-stage 45-minute comedy in English set in a Chinese restaurant in a mall somewhere in the Midwest, during tornado season, 2m2f, Christine Child (American playwright, 19__-____)

Next! [formerly 'The Next Break']," a 40-minute comedy-drama in English in four scenes, set in Hollywood, 1990, 2m2f, Trisha E. Sugarek (Irish-French-American playwright, writer, director, actor, artist, 1941-____)

No Hopers,” a 30-minute drama in English, 2m2f, Wendy Danforth (Australian playwright, 19__-____)

On the Seine,” a 20-minute comedy in English set in a health club, early evening, 2m2f, Alexander Wilkie (American playwright, professor, May 14, 1958-____)

One, Two, Three,” a 15-minute comedy in English or Japanese, set in a college dorm room, Saturday night, 10:00 p.m., 2m2f, David T. Lohrey (American playwright, teacher, drama critic, 1955-____)

Opposites Attract,” a 45-minute comedy in English, 2m2f, Bruce Kane (American playwright, 19__-____)

Pap Smear," a 12-minute comedy in English, set in a doctor's office, 2005, 2m2f, Marshaline Letcher (American playwright, genealogist, writer, 19__-____)

Pauline's Passion and Punishment,” a 40-minute melodrama/adaptation in English, set in hotel rooms and balconies, Cuba and Dominican Republic, 1863, 2m2f, Jamie Pachino (American playwright, teacher, 1965-____)

"Perfect Partners," a 40-minute Scottish comedy-drama in English (available in Dutch translation), set in an agency office, Scotland, 1990, 2m2f, Alan Watt Richardson (Scottish playwright, May 28, 1949-____)

Places, Please!,” a 20-minute comedy set at a table in an intimate lounge, evening, 1996, 2m2f, Dave Brandl (American playwright, 1957-____)

The Play Goes On," a 23-minute drama in English, set in the porch and kitchen interior of Paul and Linda's first-floor tenement in Fall River, Massachusetts, U.S.A., 2001, 2m2f, David M. Newcomer (American playwright, librettist, lyricist, 1963-____)

Playing with the Queen of Hearts,” a 60-minute New Age thriller in English, set in the sitting room of Claire Leridon's ground floor Tarot Parlor which doubles as her apartment, a hot summer evening, the present, 2m2f, Larry Harris (aka Larry R. Harris, American playwright, screenwriter, 1960-____)

Polygyny," a 45-minute comedy-satire in English in three scenes, set in a living room, Nigeria, 1985, 2m2f

Pool of Tears,” a 15-minute fantasy-comedy in English, set in Wonderland, Sometime, 2m2f, Rachel Rubin Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

Population Growth," a 25-minute romantic comedy in English, set in a cafe, 2003, 2m2f, Aoise Stratford, (American-Australian playwright, 1968-____)

The Prisoners," a comedy, 2m2f, Jeffrey Adams, (American playwright, bookseller, 1966-____)

Private Beaches," a 40-minute drama leavened with comedy in English set in a closed Dairy Queen in one of the last small beach towns on the Delaware coast, late on a winter's afternoon, 1991, 2m2f, Mark Scharf (American playwright, multimedia writer-designer, actor, 1956-____)

Puppet Therapy," a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a therapist's office, 2000, 2m2f, Scott McMorrow (North American playwright, 1961-____)

Rachel Carson Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea," a 15-minute bare-stage drama in English, set on a rocky coast at low tide, day, summer, 1958, 2m2f (1m is child), Patricia Montley (American playwright, writer, professor, administrator, 1942-____)

The Red Line," a 30-minute avant-garde play in English, set in a subway car on the Red Line, anytime,2m2f, Marcus Steinour (American playwright, October 17, 1930-____)

Rehearsing 'Afternoon Lust' in Grace Dent's Basement," a 15-minute comedy in English, set in an older lady's basement in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2003, 2m2f, D. K. Kohls (American playwright, writer, 1954-____)

The Reign of Leaves," a 30-minute mystery, set in the living room of an Iowa farm house, U.S.A., on a winter evening, 1997, 2m2f, Barry M. Putt, Jr. (American playwright, 1969-____)

ReFUSION: Tale of the Oracle," a 90-minute fantasy in English, 2m2f, Colorado Tolston (American playwright, programmer, 1976-____)

Rehearsing 'Afternoon Lust' in Grace Dent's Basement," a 15-minute comedy in English, set in an older lady's basement in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2003, 2m2f, D. K. Kohls (American playwright, writer, 1954-____)

Remember Me," a 20-minute drama in English, set in a room in a high-rise apartment, anywhere, late evening, 2000, 2m2f, Ian R. Hornby (British playwright, writer, 1949-____)

Reprieve—The Last Battalion of Children," a 45-minute drama in English, set in a bedroom within a dream, after midnight, the last few years of the 20th century, 2m2f, Ben B. Scranton (American playwright, actor, singer, director, 1952-____)

Room for Alice,” a 45-minute community theater comedy-drama in English, set in a large living room, New York City, morning, weekday, 1990s, 2m2f, Chris J. Robins (American playwright, literary agent/business consultant, 1958-____)

’Round the Bend,” a 30-minute drama in English, set in Ireland, 2001, 2m2f, Fiacre Douglas (Irish playwright, actor, 1965-____)

A Samba for Wanda," a 60-minute alternative comedy in English, set in the 5th floor office of a university physics department, midmorning on a never-to-be-forgotten Tuesday, 1990, 2m2f, Christine Rusch (American playwright, teacher, published and produced free-lance writer, founding artistic director of playwrights theatre, dramaturg, consultant, 19__-____)

Satan Offers Lassie a Room of Her Own," a 20-minute comedy in English, set in a run down office, Sunday, December 20, 2005, 2m2f, Bill Johnson (American playwright, nonprofit office manager, teacher, July 24, 1951-____)

Saving Jennifer K.," a 15-minute political comedy in English, set in Calvary Spa, 2004, 2m2f, Elizabeth Bove (American playwright, writer, director, producer, September 30, 1949-____)

Sex, Cold Cans, and a Coffin,” a black comedy, 2m2f, Chris Johnson (Canadian playwright, 1944-____)

Sex and Violence,” a 45-minute dark comedy in English, set in Santa Monica, California, U.S.A., afternoon, 1990s, 2m2f, Diane Grant (Canadian playwright, 19__-____)

Sexy Greenspan," a 30-minute comedy in English, set a company lunchroom, lunchtime, early 1997, 1m2f, Sandra K. Hosking (American playwright, teacher, journalist, 1969-____)

Shaker Loops,” a 20-minute bare-stage comedy-drama in English, set in Louisville, Kentucky, 1997, 2m2f, Ronald Kidd (American playwright, writer, book and audio producer, 1948-____)

Shrew You; or, Who Hath Need of Men? As Goode Accounte As Anye Knowne Describing How Sweet Shagsper Shuffles Off His Mortal Coil,” a fantasy-comedy, 2m2f, Lewis W. Heniford (American educator, author, director, playwright, 1928-____)

Silent Woody,” a 30-minute children’s drama in English, set in a jungle, India, 4m, or 4f (all children, variable cast+extras), Vijay Shanker Jayanarayan (Indian playwright, teacher, 1956-____)

Skinless and Boneless,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a deli, Los Angeles, early evening, 2000, 2m2f, David T. Lohrey (American playwright, teacher, drama critic, 1955-____)

Special Delivery,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set in the reception area of a new-age medical clinic, weekday, 1998, 2m2f, Nancy J. Gall-Clayton (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____)

Spirit of the Cave," a 60-minute youth theatre comedy in English, set in a simulated cave, Australia, 2m2f (+ 2m bit parts), Paula Williams (Australian playwright, short story writer, screen writer, 19__-____)

The Star*Crossed Musher,” a 40-minute comedy in English, set in a cabin in Alaska, eve of a famous sled dog race, 1990, 2m2f, Whitney, Sharon J. (American playwright, writer, 1955-____)

The Star*Crossed Musher,” a 40-minute comedy in English, set in a cabin in Alaska, eve of a famous sled dog race, black as midnight at 3:00 p.m., 1990, 2m2f, Sharon J. Whitney (American playwright, writer, 1955-____)

The Star's Masque,”a comedy-drama in English, set in a theatre backstage, the star's dressing room, after a performance, 2m2f (with some double-casting), Mark Pizzato (American playwright, 19__-____)

Stealing Dreams,” a drama, 2m2f, Jeffrey B. Embler (American playwright, social services specialist, 1933-____)

Stepping Out,” a 25-minute comedy in English set in a large city, 1983, 2m2f, Jeffery Scott Elwell (American college professor, playwright, 1957-____)

Sleeper from Atlanta,” a 90-minute drama in English, in ten scenes, set in a family kitchen, Atlanta, U.S.A., Friday and Saturday, December 20, 21, 2002, 2m2f (+ 2m voices), Thomas M. Kelly (aka Thomas Michael Kelly, American playwright, artistic director, 1940-____)

The Strange Dreams of Rabbi Wechsler," a 15-minute drama in English in Rabbi's home, Germany, 1878, 2m2f, Peter Fabbri Langman (American playwright, psychologist, 1960-____)

Talking to the Pictures,” a 37-minute abstract tragicomedy in English, set in rural Ireland, late 1960s, 2m2f, Daly M. Fogarty (Irish playwright, 1954-____)

Telltale," a 40--minute Scottish drama in English, set in _____, Scotland, 1715, 2m2f (+ extra), Alan Watt Richardson (Scottish playwright, May 28, 1949-____)

Texanna Rearranges the Planets and Saves Your Family From the Gates of Hell,” a bare-stage comedy, 2m2f, Scott Sandoe (American playwright, 19__-____)

Things in Store,” a comedy, 2m2f, Jeffrey Adams, (American playwright, bookseller, 1966-____)

Time for a Cup of Coffee," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a coffee shop, late afternoon, 2005, Louise R. Roarty (American playwright, 1973-____)

Timing,”a 20-minute drama in English, set in a nursing home, 2m2f, Brian Abernathy (American playwright, student, 1976-____)

Too Hot, Too Cold, Just Right,” a 37-minute children’s theatre farce in English, set in the bears’ cave and the forest, once upon a time, 2m2f or 1m3f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

Truth and Consequences,” a 22-minute serious drama in English, set anywhere, 1989, 2m2f, Jeffery Scott Elwell (American college professor, playwright, 1957-____)

Too Much Punch for Judy,” a 40-minute drama in English, set in Essex, England, 1983, 2m2f (can be larger), Mark Wheeler (British playwright, 19__-____)

Tornado Ultra a 30-minute drama in English, set in an empty apartment, 1985, 2m2f, J. P. Allen (American playwright, actor, 1960-____)

The Trophy Wife,” a 25-minute drama in English, set in a restaurant in San Francisco, California, U.S.A., and in a house in New Jersey, U.S.A., 5:00 p.m. on the East Coast, 2:00 p.m. on the West Coast, 2002, 2m2f, Matt Casarino (American playwright, manager, musician, writer, 1970-____)

The Twain Shall Meet,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a psychologist's office, 3:00 p.m. on a weekday, the present, 2m2f, Larry Harris (aka Larry R. Harris, American playwright, screenwriter, 1960-____)

12 1/2 Full-Lengths," a 12-minute bare-stage comedy in English, set in various places, at various times, 2m2f, David T. Lohrey (American playwright, teacher, drama critic, script doctor, 1955-____)

Two Wives and a Dead Guy,” a 23-minute comedy in English, set in a funeral parlor, 2000, 2m2f, Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comic book/games/book store owner, 1965-____) and Cynthia Booth (American playwright, comic book/games/book store owner, 1969-____)

Undine,” a 30-minute drama-fantasy in English, set beside a pool in a forest glade, dawn now and night long ago, 2m2f, Gabriel Lanci (American playwright, February 18, 1940-____)

The Unitarian, Vegetarian, Libertarian Way,” a 25-minute comedy in English set alternately here in this theatre and in the home of He and She, 2m2f, Nancy Wright (American playwright, writer, actor, director, 1954-____)

Viva La Muerte!” a 35-minute interactive comedy in English, set anywhere, 2001, 2m2f, Gordon Osmond (American playwright, 1974-____)

The Void, with a Chesterfield,” a 23-minute existential farce in English set in the Void, with a chesterfield, 2m2f, Daniel Hall (American playwright, 1976-____)

Welcome,” a 45-minute social drama in English in 14 scenes, set  in the living room of a home in Canberra, Australia, Friday evening, 2002, 2m2f, Peter James Robinson (Australian playwright, actor, 1953-____)

The White Pages,” a 25-minute comedy in English, set in a used bookstore, two successive mornings, 1996, 2m2f, Jon Dorf (American playwright, 1971-____)

Wife Number Two," a 60-minute youth theatre comedy in English, set in a simulated cave, Australia, 2m2f (+ f bit), Paula Williams (Australian playwright, short story writer, screen writer, 19__-____)

Window Shopping," a 10-minute "what-if "romantic comedy in English, set in a train carriage, evening peak hour, Australia, 2005, 2m2f, Kaz Getts (aka Karen Getts, Australian playwright, 1977-____)

With and Without,” a 90-minute comedy-drama in English, set on the deck of a summer cottage, on a summer weekend, 1994, 2m2f, Jeffrey Sweet (American playwright, teacher, 1950-____)

Wintergreen Fields,” a 2.5-minute drama in English, set in a court room, an airplane, and Wintergreen Fields, Colorado, U.S.A., early Monday, eightish, February 9, 2000, 2m2f (with possible extras), John R. Ciarmello (American playwright, June 16, 1959-____)

Wollicott’s Traveling Rabbit’s Foot Minstrels,” a 40-minute comedy  of seven scenes in English, set in a trendy upscale guarded community in the Southwest desert, the Sun Belt, Arizona, U.S.A., 2m2f, Jay M. Boyer (American playwright, writer, professor of English, 1947-____)

Women Outside the Walls," a 10-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a prison, 2:00 p.m., Sunday afternoon, visiting day, late spring, 1998, 2m2f (+m extra), Trisha E. Sugarek (Irish-French-American playwright, writer, director, actor, artist, 1941-____)

The Working-Class-Fit Kit,” a 43-minute slightly absurd adult comedy in English, set in a modestly middle-class living room, 1998,2m2f, Ruby Monsen (American playwright, actor, student, 1977-____)

The World,” a 45-minute comedy-drama, set in a small city in New Mexico, 1964, 2m2f, Karin Diann Williams (American playwright, writer, 1964-____)

The Writer," a 16-minute surreal drama in English, set in a room, late afternoon, 2m2f, John Collings (English playwright, 1949-____)

Three-Male-One-Female Plays

The Act and the Image,” an absurdist tragicomedy set is on a precipice overlooking the local garbage dump/ash heap outside a city, any/all/no time in particular (now . . . and 4,000 years ago . . . and 2,000 years ago), 3m1f, George A. Scranton (American playwright, 19__-____)

All Change," a 20-minute comedy-drama in English, set at a railway station bench, Crewe, England, Wednesday, lunchtime, 2003, 3m1f, Olivia Smedley (aka Olivia G. Smedley, British playwright, scriptwriter, 1972-____)

All Change," a 20-minute comedy-drama in English, set at a railway station bench, Crewe, England, Wednesday, lunchtime, 2003, 3m1f

Appointment with Death,” a detective drama, 3m1f, Armando Gonzales (American playwright, 19__-____)

Attack of the Radar People,” a 15-minute radio farce, set in an old-time radio broadcast studio, 1950s, 2m1f (or 3m1f), Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

A Bag of Groceries," a 60-minute comedy-drama in English, set in an inner city park, in a large American city, Saturday afternoon, 2002, 3m1f, Philip M. Paradis (American playwright, writer, 1951-____),

Bartleby: The True Story,” a 60-minute comedy/drama in English, set in a New York City jail cell, 1850,3m1f, TimHatcher (American playwright, writer/animator, 1957-____)

Batteries,” a 10-minute black comedy in English, set in a subway car, New York City, 2002, 3m1f, Donald Dewey (Irish-American playwright, 19__-____)

Bile in the Afterlife," a 35-minute comedy in English, set in the Egyptian afterlife, 3m1f, Dawson Moore (American playwright, theatre professor, director, actor, 1970-____)

Bo and Joe," a 30-minute serious drama in English, in six scenes, set in England, 1883, and September 3, 1939, 3m1f, John C. Bird (British playwright, author, 1933-____)

Breathe Easy," a 10-minute comedy-drama, set in a hospital day room, England, 11.00 a.m., Tuesday, spring, 2003, 3m1f

Cafe a la Ionesco,” a 32-minute absurdist farce in English, set in a fancy restaurant in Nymore,Minnesota, Tuesday evening, February 2, 1999, 3m1f, Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comic book/games/book store owner, 1965-____)

Capote at Yaddo: A Very Gay Little Musical,” a musical comedy, 3m1f, John Alcorn, (Canadian playwright, 19__-____) and Sky Gilbert (Canadian playwright, 19__-____)

The Catch," a bare-stage 35-minute comedy-drama in English, in seven scenes, set in various areas, a day and evening in 2005 and a day some weeks later, 3m1f (1m is minor), John R. Hillel (Australian playwright, writer, 1947-____)

Choir of Silence," a 55-minute drama in English in fifteen scenes, set in a non specific city in Germany, 1970, 1965, 1945 1942 and 1945 in that order, 3m1f, Nicholas Wenckheim, Hungarian-born Argentinian playwright, commercialist, 1922-____)

Clara,” a drama, 3m1f , Miller, Arthur (American playwright, screen writer, novelist, 1915-____)

The Clowns' Macbeth,” a comic parody, 3m1f, Wayne Anthoney, (Australian playwright, 19__-____)

The Coat,”a 20-minute drama in English, set in a Greek mountain outpost, late night, winter, 1940, 3m1f, Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comic book/games/book store owner, 1965-____)

A Cold Coming We Had of It,” a 45-minute comedy in English, set at a subway stop, late at night, winter, 1983, 4m, 3m1f, or 2m2f, Howard W. Casner (American playwright, 1954-____)

Crocodile,” a 40-minute parable in English, set in a damp and dark prison, day after day, 3m1f (+ 2 extras), Marcus Steinour (American playwright, October 17, 1930-____)

The Crossroads,” translated from the original French into English by Jill Mac Dougall (American translator of French into English, 1942- ), a surreal drama, 3m1f, Kossi Efoui, Josué (Togolese playwright, 1962-____)

Cut,” a 45-minute comedy in English, set in New York City, 2001, 3m1f, Gordon Osmond (American playwright, 1974-____)

Death of a Raisin," a 14-minute comedy in English, set in the former boardroom of California Seropian Grapes, U.S.A., Saturday morning, around 11:00 a.m., October 16, 2004, 3m1f, Paul N. Morris (aka Paul Nicholas Morris, American playwright, writer, novelist, June 19, 1979-____)

Death of America,” a 15-20 minute comedy in English, set in a restaurant,3m1f, David Robson (American playwright, writer, 1966-____)

Deliver the Keys of the City,” a 32-minute absurdist play in English, set anywhere, anytime, 3m1f, James L. Secor (American playwright, writer, editor, teacher, 1947-____)

The Destroyer,” a comedy of ideas in English developed from an idea from Ibsen after the manner of Bernard Shaw, set in a composite-smoker-study-den, a lounging-room, in an upper-class home, April, 1914, 3m1f, S. N. Behrman (American playwright and screen writer, birth date arbitrarily set as June 9, 1893-death date authentically set as September 9, 1973 )

Do You Think Dogs Think? Part I" a 10-minute postmodern comedy in English, set in a college office, today, 3m1f (+ extras), Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comic book store owner, educator, 1965-____)

The Dodo Bird,” a 55-minute realistic working-class-life drama in English, set in a bar across from the foundry, U.S.A., early evening, 1963, 3m1f or 4m, Emanuel Fried (American playwright, novelist, actor, college professor, 1913-____)

Eden,” a 35-minute absurd comedy in English, set in a a room and garden (any), day, 2002, 1m3f or 2m2f or 3m1f, John R. Hillel (Australian playwright, writer, 1947-____)

The Edie and Elmira Show," a 45-minute drama in English, set in Elmira Federal Prison, Elmira, New York, U.S.A., 1864, 3m1f (+ extras), Paul Patton (aka Paul D. Patton, American playwright, 1952-____)

The Failure of Success," a 40-minute comedy-drama in English, set in Great Bend, Kansas, U.S.A.; airport in Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A.; airplane, various times, 2003, 3m1f (+ optional chorus), Kenneth D. Surls (American playwright, plumber, 1963-____)

A Fall from Grace,” an 80-minute drama in English, set in the Asylum of Charenton, Paris, France, mid-morning,  1814, 3m1f, W. D. Graham (Canadian playwright, BA, 19__-____)

Family Matters,” a 12-minute comedy in English, set in a hospital room, evening, October, 2002, 3m1f, Fred Sahner (American playwright, writer, 1935-____)

First, You Howl,” a 10-minute comedy in English set somewhere in suburban America, 1997, 3m1f, David Valdes Greenwood (American playwright and professor, 1967-____)

First to the Egg," a bare-stage 10-minute comedy in English, set in a Fallopian Tube, Saturday Night, 2003, 3m1f, Colette Freedman (American playwright, writer, actor, producer, 1971-____)

Fruits (of Labor),” a 55-minute ethno-social episodic drama in English and Hawaiian set in Hawaii, 1856-1996, 3m1f (+2f extras), J. Michael Barretto (Part-Hawaiian American playwright, Internet professional, Web designer, 1954-____) “Galileo in the Underworld,” a 30-minute theatre of the absurd comedy in English, set in Hell, 2001, there is no time in Hell, 3m1f, R. L. Nesvet (American playwright, student, 1978-____)

Going After," a 20-minute bare-stage drama in English, on a city street on November 1, 2000, 3m1f (+ voices), Christine Rusch (American playwright, teacher, published and produced free-lance writer, founding artistic director of playwrights theatre, dramaturg, consultant, 19__-____)

Good Tidings of Christmas Cheer,” a 10-minute black comedy in English, set in London, Christmas Eve, in the time of Charles Dickens, 3m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Gun Metal Grey,”a 45-minute drama in English, set in a suburb of a North American city, 1993, 3m1f (+ 1m extra), David Coyne (Canadian playwright, writer, 1965-____)

Happy New Year, Love,” a 30-minute comedy of absurdity in English, set in a hotel room, New Year's Eve, 3m1f, Erwin H. Lerner (American playwright, 1935-____)

The Fast Track," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in Limbo, or something like it, anytime, 3m1f or 2m2f, Sandra K. Hosking (American playwright, teacher, journalist, 1969-____)

Father and Son," a 10-minute drama in English, set in a hospital room, 3.30 p.m., Saturday, 2005, 3m1f, Bill Zettler, American playwright, writer, businessman, 1944-____)

The Glabrous Four," a 20-minute bare-stage absurd comedy in English, set in a society completely comprised of bald people, day, 3m1f ( flexible gender casting), Sandra K. Hosking (aka Sandra Kay Hosking, American playwright, teacher, journalist, 1969-____)

Heroes,” a comedy, 3m1f, Ken Mitchell (Canadian playwright, 19__- ____)

I Sing to You of Robin Hood,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a tavern in Nottingham, 12th century, 3m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Interview de Mrs. Muerta Smith por sus fantasmas,” a comedy, 3m1f, Agustin Gomez-Arcos (Spanish/French dramatist/novelist born in Almeria, Spain, 1933-____)

Ivah, the Terrible," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A., 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, October 12, 1950, 3m1f, Trisha E. Sugarek (Irish-French-American playwright, writer, director, actor, artist, 1941-____)

Invalid,” a comedy, 3m1f, Ned Bobkoff (American playwright, director, and educator, 1934-____) [being rewritten]

Kid Valium,” a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a big city gymnasium, the day of the big title fight, 2000, 3m1f, Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Kudhu the Magnificent," a 20-minute farce in English, set in a carnival sideshow, a Saturday afternoon, 1999, 3m1f (+ 1f speaking extra, other extras, voices in audience), Ronald V. Miccii (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

Lee,” a 33-minute drama in English, set in police headquarters, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A., 11:00 a.m., Sunday, November 24, 1963, 3m1f, Ken Cotterill (Australian playwright, librarian, 1950-____)

Life of the Party,” a 60-minute drama in English, set in a bar, 9:00 p.m., Friday night, 2001, 3m1f, Lino Anthony Zovich (Croatian-American playwright, 1968-____)

Light Falling On A Distant Shore,” a 30-minute suspense drama in English, set in conference room in city skyscraper, 3:00 p.m., business day, 1996-98, 3m1f, Gabriel Lanci,  (American playwright, February 18, 1940-____)

The Madness of the American Sentry,”a comedy in English, 3m1f, Ned Bobkoff (American playwright, director, and educator, 1934- ), Ronald Micci (American playwright, advertising proofreader-editor, 1948-____)

A Merry Death,” translated from Russian into English by Christopher Collins, a 30-minute comedy in English, set Anywhere, late evening, 19__, 3m1f, Nikolai Evreinov (Russian playwright, playwright, producer, director, historian, 1879-1953)

Midnight Snack,” a 55-minute thriller drama in English, set in in the kitchen of a run-down apartment, between midnight and dawn, 1996, 3m1f, David Graham (aka David Wesley Graham, American playwright, writer, 1959-____)

A Mirror Unbroken," a 5-minute drama in English, set on a stage with a chair, no time frame, just the thoughts of the two characters, 3m1f, Carol Ann LaFay (American playwright, May, 1979-____

The Miscast,” a 40-minute comedy, in English, set in a theater, 1998, 3m1f, Justin Warner (American playwright, radio writer, author, improv performer, 1971-____)

Lucky Penny," a 10-minute contemporary comedy in English, set in an apartment, 2002, 3m1f, Jody Handley (American playwright, writer, communications specialist, 1975-____)

Mother of the Year,” a 12-minute comedy in English, set (1a) The bedroom of a teenager, Charl Shifaman, in a suburban house, U.S.A., 1999, (1b) Charl’s family room, recent past; (2) a  town sidewalk, recent past; (3) Charl’s bedroom, recent past, (4) Charl’s family room, recent past, (5) entrance to a trendy dance club, recent past, (6) restaurant waiting area, recent past, (7) Charl’s bedroom, 1999, (8) Mom's room, sanitarium, three months later, 3m1f, Barry M. Putt, Jr. (American playwright, 1969-____)

Nibbles,” a 25-minute mystery comedy in English, set in a New York City apartment, U.S.A., 2000, 3m1f, Joseph Anton Lueken II (American playwright, grocer, 19__-____), and Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comic book/games/book store owner, 1965-____)

The Night Cafe,” a 51-minute drama in English, set in a diner suggesting Edward Hopper's painting Nighthawks, 1991, 3m1f, Evan J.Blake (American playwright, 1946-____)

Nighthawks,” a 39-minute drama in English, set in a diner suggesting Edward Hopper’s painting Nighthawks, about 1:00 a.m., a Saturday, August 1943, 3m1f, Evan J.Blake (American playwright, 1946-____)

Neurotic Dominus,” a 50-minute satire in English, in eight scenes set in a livingroom, 1990s, 3m1f (+ 1m, 1f extras), Justin C. Lockwood (American actor, playwright, producer, November 15, 1978-____)

The Night Cafe,” a 51-minute drama in English, set in a diner suggesting Edward Hopper's painting Nighthawks, 1991, 3m1f, Evan J.Blake (American playwright, 1946-____)

Nighthawks,” a 39-minute drama in English, set in a diner suggesting Edward Hopper’s painting Nighthawks, about 1:00 a.m., a Saturday, August 1943, 3m1f, Evan J.Blake (American playwright, 1946-____)

No Riders,” a 60-minute drama in English set in the parking lot of a fast food place in the Midwest of the U.S.A., 1992, 3m1f, Mark Scharf (American playwright, multimedia writer-designer, actor, 1956-____)

Objects in Mirror," a 45-minute comedy in English, set in the theatre, 2004, 3m1f (doubling), Tom Parks (aka Tom I. Parks, American playwright, educator, 1938-____)

Oh, Nancy!," a 25-minute farce in English, set a cafe, evening, 2001, 3m1f, Dawson Moore (American playwright, theatre professor, director, actor, 1970-____)

Oh, What Lovely Wars $$$$$$,” a __-minute didactic, political drama in English, set in a remote hotel in the Swiss Alps, 2001, 3m1f, Tamara Futterman (British-American-Israeli playwright, 19__-____)

On The House,” a 45-minute comedy in American English, set in a seedy roadhouse bar,  just outside of Modesto, on Highway 99, California, U.S.A., 10:00 a.m., 1939, 3m1f, Robert E. Lockney (American playwright, 1922-____)

"The Pale Hearse," a 40-minute comedy in English, set in a used car lot in the Nevada desert, U.S.A., on a sweltering afternoon, 2002, 3m1f, Daniel Alexander Tarker (American playwright, Literary Associate at The Western Stage, 1974-____)

Pancake Tuesday," a 40-minute black comedy in English, set on the ledge of a building, 2003, 3m1f, Lindsay L. Price (Canadian playwright, writer, 1969-____)

Paper Thin," a 10-minute drama in English, set in a living room, 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, 1999, 1m1f (+ 2 offstage voices), Lindsay L. Price (Canadian playwright, writer, 1969-____)

The Peasant and the Waterman," a 15-minute children's play in English, set in Old Russia, long ago, 3m1f, Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comic book store owner, educator, 1965-____)

A Pill by Any Other Name Is the Wrong Dosage," a 15-minute black comedy in English, set in a suburban home, 2002, 3m1f, Jeff Folschinsky (American playwright, lightning and sound designer, 1971-____)

Pirates and Astronauts," a 10-minute comedy (play within a play) in English, set on an empty stage, 2002, 3m1f, Dave Tucker (American playwright, actor, director, 1961-____)

Prodigal Son," a 45-minute bare-stage musical in English, set in New Testament times, 3m1f (+ extras + children's chorus), Stephen DeCesare (American playwright, composer, musical director, 1969-____)

The Professional,” a 48-minute tragedy in English set in editor's office and nearby, in a part of former Yugoslavia, 1995, 3m1f, Dusan Kovacevic (Serbian playwright, 19__- ), translated and adapted from the original Serbian into English by Bob Djurdjevic (Serbian translator of Serbian into English, 19__-____)

Propinquity,” a 50-minute comedy in English set in and around a university campus, March, 1997, 3m1f, Claudia Johnson (American playwright, 19__-____)

Rumplestiltskin,” a 45-minute children’s theatre musical fairy tale in English, set outside Rosalind and Albert’s home, a cell in the castle, the forest, and a garden of the palace, 3m1f, D. M. Northcott (American playwright, director, actor, 1960-____)

Russell and Russell,,” a 33 minute absurdist comedy in English set in Russell and Russell's dormitory room, 1992, 3m1f, Eric Pfeffinger (American playwright, information professional, 1969-____

The Saga of Henry 'Box' Brown,” an 80-minute experimental historical drama in English, set in Philadelphia, U.S.A., set first at an abolitionist lecture, mid-1850s to early 1860s, 4m or 3m1f, Valerie J. Harris (American playwright, editor, publisher, 1952-____)

Schroedinger's Cat,” a 30-minute drama in English, set in the visitors' room in a prison, 10:00 a.m., 2003, 3m1f, Kristyn Leigh Robinson, (American playwright,1974-____)

Scylla: A Noh Play," a 30-minute Noh play in English, set on a beach, day, ancient Greece, 3m1f, 2m2f, or 1m3f (variable casting + optional group chorus), Cynthia Joyce Clay (American playwright, author, actor, dirctor, August 4, 1957-____)

The Secular Humanist Court,” a 30-minute comedy in English set in a television courtroom, winter, 1996, 3m1f (+ m or f extra), W. Matthew Schmalfeldt (American playwright/humorist/satirist/truck driver, 1955-____)

Sheltered,” a 45-minute comedy in English, set in the residental section of an Eastern city, a weekday afternoon in the late 1980's, 3m1f, Mark Wolverton (American playwright, freelance writer, dramatist, 1960-____)

A Sign of the Times," a 45-minute serious drama in English, set in the living quarters above a bakery, the East End of London, England, early days of World War I, 3m1f, John C. Bird (British playwright, author, 1933-____)

SINKER,” a 50-minute hard-boiled science-fiction thriller in English, set in an office, the day after tomorrow, 3m1f, Ron Campbell (American playwright, writer, actor, 1960-____)

Sperm Counts,” a 20-minute comedy in English (available in Japanese translation), set in the Los Angeles Sperm Bank/Fertility Clinic, afternoon, 2000, 3m1f, David T. Lohrey (American playwright, teacher, drama critic, 1955-____)

Strips,” complete script of a tragedy in English, set in a state prison outside San Francisco, 1997, 3m1f, Owen, Kari Ann (American playwright, 19__-____)

Taking a Break," a 10-minute comedy in English, set on a split stage showing a beach in Guam and a dorm room, U.S.A., anytime, 2000, 3m1f, Carol Ann LaFay (American playwright, May, 1979-____)

Testing,” a 45-minute black comedy translated and freely adapted from Vladimir Koshkov's Russian original into English, set in a Moscow radio station, on the day of American first strike, 3m1f, Charles Deemer (American playwright, novelist, screenwriter, 1939-____)

Then What?,” a 45-minute black comedy, 3m1f, Lee Wochner (American playwright, 1964-____)

Tiger in a Cage," a 15-minute bare-stage drama in English, set in a jail cell, Monday morning, 2005, 1m1f, Arthur M. Jolly (aka Arthur Jolly, American playwright, writer, actor, stuntman, 1969-____)

30 Minutes,” a 30-minute drama in English set in a death row prison cell with a few flashbacks, 1997, 3m1f, J. J. Musgrove (American playwright, Fine Arts Recruiter, Admissions, Graceland College, August 30, 1969-____)

Too Late to Waken,” a 35-minute drama in English, in thirty-eight scenes, set in a dining room, home, 1964-1984, 3m1f, Thomas M. Kelly (aka Thomas Michael Kelly, American playwright, artistic director, 1940-____)

Tragedy, a Comedy,” a 30-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the living room of a suburban ranch house in upstate New York, over four days, 1996,3m1f, Bob Jude Ferrante (American playwright, 1959-____)

Trane: Beyond the Blues," a 60-minute biographical drama in English (also available in a full-length version and in a Norwegian translation), set on a bare stage, during the lifetime of John William Coltrane, September 23,1926-July 17, 1967, 3m1f, Christine Rusch (American playwright, teacher, published and produced free-lance writer, founding artistic director of playwrights theatre, dramaturg, consultant, 19__-____)

Training the Troops," a 10-minute comedy in three scenes in English, set in the American Midwest, 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, June 3, 2003, and 10:00 a.m., Thursday, June 5, 2003, 3m1f, Sugarek, Trisha E. (Irish-French-American playwright, writer, director, actor, artist, 1941-____)

Trust," a 30-minute drama in English, set in any city, over two days anytime of year, 2002, 3m1f (5m1f playable with doubling by 4 actors), Anne O'Leary (English playwright, writer, 1962-____)

Turned Tables,” a 12-minute realistic drama in English, set in Rio de Janiero, 2000, 3m1f, Hugh Aaron (American playwright, writer, 1924-____)

Unclean Hands,” a 40-minute black comedy in English, set in Qatar, various times, 2003, 3m1f, Gordon Osmond (American playwright, 1974-____)

The Unreasonable Man,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a Louisville cafe, brunch time, 1997, 3m1f, Shoshannah Boray (aka Jennifer S. Bloomfield, American playwright, director, actor, January 27, 1970-____)

The Visitors,” a drama in English set in a home, 1995, 3m1f, David Alex (American playwright, 19__-____), James R. Brandon (American adapter from Japanese source, 1927-____)

Wanted,” a 25-minute drama in English set in the Junction Bar, in an American small town, evening, 1996, 3m1f, Alex Wilkie (American playwright, professor, May 14, 1958-____)

We Need to Talk,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a restaurant, a bedroom, 2003, 3m1f, Kristyn Leigh Robinson (American playwright, 1974-____)

What Use Are Flowers?” a __-minute drama in English, set in a vast rocky plain at the edge of a great forest, 3m1f (+ 6 optional extras; all but 1m are children), Lorraine Hansberry (American playwright, 1930-1965) “Which One?” a 30-minute comedy in English, set in a living room, evening, 1994, 3m1f, Chris Thomas (Australian playwright, author, journalist, actor, radio announcer, 1972-____)

The Wisest of Fools,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in the Rabbi's study, Chelm, a town in Poland populated by fools, Eighteenth Century, 3m1f, Rachel Rubin Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

Witchcraft,” a 55-minute drama in English, set in a forest at a spot named Satan’s Temple, early evening, 3m1f, Kico Gonzalez-Risso (Canadian playwright, director-translator, 19__-____)

Xmas Dilemma,” a 35-minute comedy of absurdity in English set in the living room of a suburban home, Christmas evening, 1968, 3m1f, Erwin H. Lerner (American playwright, 1935-____)

Yes, Mamet,” a 10-minute comedy in English, set in an office in the theater of the Streetlight Players, a small, professional theatre company, 2001, 3m1f, Matt Casarino (American playwright, manager, musician, writer, 1970-____)

The Zen Substitute,” a one-act Kabuki farce adapted from the original Japanese into English by James R. Brandon and Tamako Niwa (American adapter from Japanese source, 19__-____), 3m1f or 4m (+ speaking chorus of one or more persons and all-m or m and f extras), James R. Brandon (American adapter from Japanese source, 1927-____)

Four-Male Plays

Bad Tidings,” a 2-minute comedy in English, set on a California beach, daytime, 1998, 4m or 4f, Margaret G. Waterstreet (American playwright, 1953-____)

The Baptism of Jesus," a medieval verse mystery play, 4m, The Barbours (medieval English guild)

The Box," a hyper-real dark comedy in English set in a telemarketing office in a big city, one long day, 1987, 4m or 4f, John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Cain and Abel," a 10-minute N-Town Bible-history cycle play in English, modernized by Alexandra F. Johnston, set outside of Eden, 15th century concept of Old Testament time, 4m, Anonymous (English playwright, flourished probably early 1400s)

Charade," a bare-stage 40-minute absurdist comedy in English, 4m or 4f (or mixed), John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

Circe," a 5-minute dramatic dance piece in English, set at the gates of Mount Olympus, mythological Greece, 4f, Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comic book store owner, educator, 1965-____)

A Cold Coming We Had of It," a 45-minute comedy in English, set at a subway stop, late at night, winter, 1983, 4m, 3m1f, or 2m2f, Howard W. Casner (American playwright, 1954-____)

Confession," a 20-minute drama in English set in a prison cell, 1988, 4m, Jeffery Scott Elwell (American college professor, playwright, 1957-____)

Dinner at Dario's," a 30-minute gay comedy in English, set in an apartment in Greenwich, Connecticut, 7:00 p.m., Saturday evening, 1999, 4m, A. Giovanni Affinito (Italian-American playwright, 19__-____)

The Dodo Bird," a 55-minute realistic working-class-life drama in English, set in a bar across from the foundry, U.S.A., early evening, 1963, 4m or 3m1f, Emanuel Fried (American playwright, novelist, actor, college professor, 1913-____)

Fana!," a 90-minute drama in English set in a theatre, June 4, 2002, 4m (+ 2f voices), Thomas M. Kelly (aka Thomas Michael Kelly, American playwright, artistic director, 1940-____)

God's Press Conference," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in Heaven, Friday before Passover, 4m or 4f, Carole E. Buggé (American playwright/novelist/composer/lyricist/poet, 1953-____)

The Guy Chair," a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a South Florida shopping mall, U.S.A., 2002, 4m (+1m extra), Steven Bergman (American playwright, composer, educator, musical director, 1965-____)

Heaven and Hades," a 20-minute comedy in English, set in an ad agency, March, 1999, 1m3f, 2m2f, 3m1f, 4m, or 4f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Hidden in This Picture," a 42-minute comedy in English set on a farm, upstate New York, 1990, 4m, Aaron Sorkin (American playwright, 19__-____)

Neville and Adolf in Munich—A One Act Musical Event," a 60-minute satire in English, set chiefly in Adolf Hitler's office, September, 1938, 4m (+ extras), Phillip W. Weiss (American playwright, 1949-____)

Paternity," a 45-minute comedy in English set in a small town in northern U.S. and Miami, March, 1997, 4m, Claudia Johnson (American playwright, 19__-____)

Penis Envy," a 15-minute gay drama in English, set somewhere in the U.S.A., 2004, 4m, David M. Newcomer (American playwright, librettist, lyricist, 1963-____)

Pigz N the Hood," a bare-stage 15-minute comedy in English in five scenes, set once upon a time, 4m or 4f, Dave Tucker (American playwright, actor, director, 1961-____)

The Saga of Henry 'Box' Brown," an 80-minute experimental historical drama in English, set in Philadelphia, U.S.A., set first at an abolitionist lecture, mid-1850s to early 1860s, 4m or 3m1f, Valerie J. Harris (American playwright, editor, publisher, 1952-____)

Second Coming," a 50-minute drama in English, set in the parlor of the Welsh family, on a plantation in Spartanburg, South Carolina, U.S.A., 1844, the 1960s, 2002 (time periods exist simultaneously), 4f, Carolyn Nur Wistrand (American playwright, university professor, director, community activist, 1950-____)

Snipes’ Hunt” a 15-minute suspense drama in English, set in a cell in Nin'Dalb Prison, Northern France, evening, late 1980s, 4m, Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comicbook/games/book store owner, 1965-____), and Russel J. Krook III (American playwright, arcade manager, 197?-____)

Today Is Friday,” a drama, 4m, Ernest Hemingway (American journalist, novelist, short story writer, playwright, 1899-1961)

Four-Female Plays

Allegro,” a 40-minute drama in English, set in the kitchen of the family home in Connecticut and in an adoption agency in New York City, U.S.A., December, 1966 through June, 1967, 4f (with doubling), Rachel Rubin Ladutke (American playwright, director, 1967-____)

Gollywog,” a 105-minute drama in English, set in a convent boarding school in England, September, 1978, 4f or 1m3f, Kemi Lapite (Nigerian playwright, 1967-____)

Bad Tidings,” a 2-minute comedy in English, set on a California beach, daytime, 1998, 4f or 4m, Margaret G. Waterstreet (American playwright, 1953-____)

Before the War,” a 10-minute dance-drama, 4f, Sandra Perlman (American playwright, 1944-____)

Belly Laughs,” a 30-minute fantastic comedy in English, minimal settings representing a clothing store, restaurant, and health club, 1996, 4f, Judith S. Pratt (American playwright, actor/director, administrator, 1945-____)

Bringing Up Odessa,” a 40-minute comedy-drama in English, set in a hotel conference room, early evening, March, 2000, 4f, Jean B. Hill (African-American playwright, scriptwriter for video/film, 1951-____)

The Box,” a 60-minute hyper-real dark comedy in English set in a telemarketing office in a big city, one long day, 1987, 4f or 4m, John Monteleone (American playwright, March 2, 1956-____)

The Daphne Massacre,” a 70-minute black comedy in English in 30 scenes without intermission, set without fixed scenery—in a waiting room, near a river, in an orphanage, and in the main character’s imagination and memory, now and then, 4f, Donna ThereseAbela (Australian playwright, 1964-____)

Familiar Faces," a 30-minute comedy in English, set in a Chicago living room with dining area, school parlor, 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., summer, 1990s, 4f or 1m3f, Margaret G. Waterstreet (American playwright, 1953-____)

Figment," a 22-minute suspense drama in English in five scenes, set at an unnamed college campus, Monday-Thursday, January, 2002, 4f or 1m3f, Dave Tucker (American playwright, actor, director, 1961-____)

Founding Mother's Lunch," a 15-minute political satire in English, set in the dining room of wealthy Colonist, various lunchtimes in pre-revolutionary America, 1767, 4m (2 of whom are extras), Christine Rusch (American playwright, teacher, published and produced free-lance writer, founding artistic director of playwrights theatre, dramaturg, consultant, 19__-____)

Four Widows from Wal-Mart," a 30-minute comedy in English, set on a bare stage with four chairs to indicate various locations, summer, 1998, 4f (+ 1 male voice), Ludmilla Bollow (American playwright, writer, actress, 19__-____)

The Guyer Girls," a 40-minute comedy-drama in English in five scenes, set in Mama’s kitchen, Tumwater, Washington, 7:30 a.m., spring, 1923, 4f, Trisha E. Sugarek (Irish-French-American playwright, writer, director, actor, artist, 1941-____)

Heaven and Hades," a 20-minute comedy in English, set in an ad agency, March, 1999, 1m3f, 2m2f, 3m1f, 4m, or 4f, G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)

Lost in Small Places," a 27-minute dramedy in English, set in an office, a Tuesday morning, 2003, 4f (+ 3 voices), Katie James (European Trailmix playwright, student, 1979-____)

Mother’s Day in the Holding Tank," a 45-minute drama in English, set in a jail holding tank prior to admission to the jail, daytime, September, 1999, 4f, Sharyn Shipley (American playwright, writer, 19__-____)

My Sister Wears Sensible Shoes," a comedy in English,4f, Stephanie Sands (Australian playwright, 1968-____)

The Names of the Beast," a 45-minute comedy-drama in English (with a cappella songs), 4f, Linda Eisenstein (American playwright, 1950-____)

"Now Hiring for Tooth Fairy," a 5-minute comedy in English, set in an office, 2003, 4f (1 role is a non-gender voice), Dwayne Yancey (American playwright, journalist, 1958-____)

Open House,” a 35-minute drama in English set in suburban Massachusetts, March, 1996, 4f, Melissa Berry (American playwright and actor, 1969-____)

Pigz N the Hood," a bare-stage 15-minute comedy in English in five scenes, set once upon a time, 4m or 4f, Dave Tucker (American playwright, actor, director, 1961-____)

The Powder Room,” a 43-minute comedy in English, set in the ladies' powder room of a swank hotel, evening, 1998,4f, Katherine Dubois (aka Katherine Dubois Reed, American playwright, 1958-____)

R.A.W. ('Cause I'm a Woman),” a drama, 4f, Diana Son (American playwright, 19__-____)

Second Coming,” a 50-minute drama in English, set in the parlor of a Welsh family, on a plantation in Spartanburg, South Carolina, U.S.A., 1844, the 1960s, 2002 (time periods exist simultaneously), 4f, Carolyn Nur Wistrand (American playwright, university professor, director, community activist, 1950-____)

Serial Killer Barbie," a bare-stage 10-minute black comedy in English, 4f, Colette Freedman (American playwright, writer, actor, producer, 1971-____)

Standing Water,” a 15-minute comedic drama in English, set in a suburban kitchen, weekday afternoon, 1994, 4f, Mitchell Ganem (American playwright, commercial producer, February 3, 1962-____)

"Sueño," a 25-minute drama in English, set in San Francisco's Mission District, late morning, 2004, 4f, Scott McMorrow (North American playwright, 1961-____)

Tiny Dancer," a 10-minute bare-stage drama in English, set in Port Hudson, Texas, U.S.A., 4:00 a.m., Saturday, September 21, 2003, 1f, Sugarek, Trisha E. (Irish-French-American playwright, writer, director, actor, artist, 1941-____)

True Magick,” a 35-minute American witchcraft play in English, set in a living room or parlor, Friday, September 4, 1998, and Thursday, March 4, 1999, 4f, Cheryl Ann Costa (American playwright, multi-disciplined media artist, April 23, 1952-____)

What Kind of a Life Is That?” a 55-minute comedy-drama in English set around a card table, 1975, 4f (with doubling), G. L. Horton (American playwright, 1940-____)


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