The Olympians

It’s Ancient Greece, and for Artemis, Athena, and Aphrodite, enough is enough. As female gods, how can they enjoy immortal life when they rule over a society that doesn’t have equal rights for women? What they need is a hero – a female one – to inspire women across the world. They each choose a […]

Welcome to Paradise

Evelyn contemplates that this solo journey to her Caribbean beach house might be her final one, with old age looming and her children’s interventions on the horizon. Meanwhile, Rory, a seasoned traveler, seeks a welcoming refuge. Accepting Evelyn’s invitation for a brief stay, maybe one or two nights, Rory gradually finds himself feeling increasingly at […]

Krapp, 39

A voyeuristic prefiguring of Samuel Beckett’s “Krapp’s Last Tape,” and a hilarious and heart-breaking window on the last moments of youth. Reeling on his 39th birthday, an actor’s obsessive identification with Beckett’s famous character compels him to examine his own quixotic life: his fears, his failures, and his search for (and forfeiture of) love, all […]

The Happiest Man On Earth

This remarkable play brings to life the extraordinary journey of Eddie Jaku, who endured innumerable harrowing experiences while navigating and evading multiple Nazi concentration camps during a dark chapter in history. Eddie’s story is one of unimaginable grief and tragic loss, yet it is also a testament to the indomitable spirit of the human soul. […]

Blood of the Lamb

A woman fights for her life and a lawyer tries to do her job in a Kafka-esque drama about bureaucratic chaos in a post-Roe America. This hot-off-a-workshop-script dives unflinchingly into the heart of forced-birth issues. With a sometimes surreal style, BLOOD OF THE LAMB is a heartfelt (and heartbreaking) look at two women navigating the […]

The Antichrist Cometh

THE ANTICHRIST COMETH is a comedy about a happily married man who discovers that he might be the Antichrist. Will he be able to enjoy a small dinner party with his loving wife, former college roommate, and his roommate’s devoutly religious fiancée? Or will their home-cooked meal usher in the Apocalypse?


Emery is happy living in her treehouse, communing with her plants. Her sister Hazel is miserable, working at the only diner in Millerville to support herself and her sister. Luanne is yearning for something, anything to bring meaning into her life. When Emery’s YouTube videos of her plant experiments accidentally start a cult—a CULT!—all three […]

Andy Warhol in Iran

The script is available in manuscript form now, while the final Acting Edition is being prepared. In 1976, Andy Warhol, who had transformed himself into a sought-after portrait painter for the wealthy, embarks on a journey to Tehran to capture Polaroids of the Shah of Iran’s wife. Amidst his exploration of the Crown Jewels and […]


Five actors, three characters, one story: Ten years ago, Ken and Chris were teacher and student. Now, as principal and teacher, Ken uses a student’s suspiciously high grade as license to grill Chris until the young teacher is forced to confront both past and present. While most plays question the audience, TEACH’s gender and racial […]

The Downfall of Rafael Trujillo

THE DOWNFALL OF RAFAEL TRUJILLO explores the last five years of the life of the Dominican dictator Rafael Trujillo. He ruled the Dominican Republic with an iron fist for 31 years. The play begins with the infamous kidnapping and murder of Professor Jesús Galíndez and follows the resulting fall-out, which leads to the downfall of […]