Paint Night

Imagine Steel Magnolias with modern day issues, as six women gather for a much-needed girls’ night out. The plan is to eat, drink and create works of art at a local Paint and Sip night studio while celebrating a bride to be. But as the alcohol flows, so do their thoughts on motherhood and womanhood, […]

Mr. Dickens’ Hat

Set in London on December 21-22, 1865 (“the darkest night of the year”), this witty, heartfelt play-with-songs deftly weaves together Dickensian storytelling with a playful theatricality, featuring nine “original Victorian carols” and a diverse cast portraying an array of colorful characters. With its Victorian winter setting, MR. DICKENS’ HAT is perfect for holiday programming, though […]


New York City, 1959. Fading vaudeville comic Chick Sherman, along with his long-suffering agent, tries to revive his career with a role in an avant-garde off-Broadway play. While his grown daughter searches for answers from her absentee showbiz father, a lifetime of private and professional struggles rise to the surface, cracking the polished public persona […]

The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin

During the Chinese Exclusion Act, Harry Chin, a Chinese national, entered the U.S. by buying forged documentation. Like other “Paper Sons,” Harry lived the rest of his life keeping secrets—even from his daughter. Told through the eyes of a middle-aged Chin, The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin reveals the complicated loves and regrets of this […]

Interceptions: Life After the Tigers

Full-length Drama ISBN: 978-1-63852-341-3 Ten years after a vicious, and ultimately tragic, high school football hazing in the small Texas Panhandle town of Calhoun, a social media frenzy rips open old wounds, pitting brother against brother and pulling those involved back together, whether they like it or not. When truths are exposed, things finally begin […]

Blue Ridge

BLUE RIDGE by Abbey Rosebrock ISBN: 978-1-63852-309-3 (E-Script) ISBN: 978-1-63852-308-6 (Print Edition) At a church-sponsored halfway house in Western North Carolina, the arrival of a charismatic high-school English teacher shakes up the household dynamic, leading to new friendships, routines, and intrigues. As romantic rivalries and racial tensions escalate, the house’s residents and two founders—a taciturn, […]

Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Fallen Soufflé

It’s the day before Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee, and her son, the playboy Prince of Wales, arrives at 221B Baker Street pursued by Anarchist assassins. The greatest chef in the world, Auguste Escoffier, also arrives, his career about to be shattered by blackmail and scandal. This action-filled tale of royal debauchery, priceless gems, and gourmet […]

Senior Living

SENIOR LIVING is a play with music about people dying to live. At Riverdale Manor, a retirement community in the Bronx, seniors contemplate the possibility of dying from a broken heart, if divorce is even worth it at a certain age, and when is the right time to have sex again. A talent show, with […]

The Vagrant Trilogy

The Vagrant Trilogy 1. the hour of feeling 2. the vagrant 3. urge for going The manuscript is available now while the TRW Plays Acting Edition is being prepared. Mona Mansour, award-winning playwright and alumna of The Public’s Emerging Writers Group, delves into the Palestinian struggle for home and identity in THE VAGRANT TRILOGY, a […]

Witch Hunt or, a Discourse on the Wonders of the Invisible World

Ten years after Abigail Williams, instigator of the witch trials, disappeared from Salem, she turns up at the tavern of her fellow ex witch-hunter, Mercy Lewis. About to leave the colonies forever, it’s her last chance to understand the madness that overtook them. But with war threatening northern New England yet again, Mercy and her […]