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  • 14 Jan 2021 1:25 PM | Shoshannah Boray

    The Most Important Thing in the World is a short play, for two actors (age 14-22, gender flexible) about siblings, love, and meeting life's challenges with courage, humor, and love.  Published by YouthPLAYS.

  • 17 Nov 2020 5:47 PM | Anonymous

    Dreams of Glass is a short one-act dramedy for a solo performer. 

    one-woman 40-minute play with comedic and dramatic elements.

    Daisi Dickie, a young woman with dreams of becoming a clairvoyant, and a changer of lives, discovers her power to influence her own life. Planning to open a psychic hotline with her sister Madi, she grapples with her own identity, predetermined by her father’s system of numerology, her mother’s disappointment with her own life, her own role in a relationship with boyfriend, Kenny, and her relationship with her father who “appears” offstage as a spirit.

    Published by Blue Moon Plays 

  • 08 Nov 2020 5:08 PM | Joyce Fontana

    The Court of Universal Perpetuity is in session. Its task, to determine eternal placement of human events on the Wrong or Right Side of History. Manifest Destiny is present to make her case, but finds her position challenged by other stakeholders in the Court’s decision. How will the Court rule on this American phenomenon that has carved the heritage of the country, yet left a trail of scars and tears?

  • 16 Oct 2020 7:12 PM | Anonymous

    Daisi is preparing for her exams in fortune-telling school. Planning to open a psychic hotline with her sister Madi, she grapples with her own identity, predetermined by her father’s system of numerology, her mother’s disappointment with her own life, her own role in a relationship with boyfriend, Kenny, and her relationship with her father who “appears” offstage as a spirit.

  • 07 Oct 2020 1:02 PM | Cristina Bejan

    With contributions from members: Domnica Radulescu, Catalina Florin Florescu, and Cristina A. Bejan

    Edited by Domnica Radulescu and Roxana Cazan (Solis Press)

    Voices on the Move: An Anthology by and about Refugees

    Edited by Domnica Radulescu and Roxana Cazan 

    This multi-genre anthology is a collection of diverse artistic works ranging from poetry to creative fiction and non-fiction, from drama to photography. The collection is inspired by the multilayered experience of displacement, with a focus on the migration of what Edward Said calls “large aggregates of humanity” of the last several decades. 

    Most of the contributors to the collection are themselves immigrants or refugees, or have worked with displaced peoples, such as migrants unfairly kept in detention centers or struggling to resettle in their host countries. This offers an added level of authenticity and truthfulness to their work. 

    The multifaceted artistic exploration of the trauma of migration unfolds with a sense of urgency that engages and awakens readers to the harsh realities faced by millions as they escape war, famine, and gang violence only to encounter new and unexpected difficulties in the countries where they have asked for refuge.

    This book could not be more relevant and necessary today, having arisen as a direct and impassioned response to the present realities of the migration of peoples, in the belief that artistic expression in all its forms has the power to transform, heal, raise consciousness, and incite to real action in the world.


    Voices on the Move is a moving, must-read artistic exploration of migration and the trauma of displacement. Through diverse modes of expression—poetry, fiction, photography, play—the voices in this collection present the multitudinous ways with which we experience uprooting and belonging. The book is a jewel, a chronicle of our times, an intense awareness of humanity’s suffering and its yearning for home.”

    Samrat Upadhyay, author of Arresting God in Kathmandu

  • 03 Jun 2020 12:02 PM | Cristina Bejan

    The publication of Cristina A. Bejan's first poetry collection "Green Horses on the Walls" (in English, Romanian and French)

    Available here:

    "Cristina A. Bejan's collection Green Horses on the Walls is a raw and startling odyssey of a quivering self, torn between cultures, languages, tormented family histories, wrenching traumas and a fierce drive to heal and transform experience into redemptive and empowering art. The poetic voice bursts with uncompromising honesty, and hints of nostalgia for luscious and disheveled landscapes such as the restless streets and people of Bucharest, as it also traverses frightening landscapes of a memory painfully replete with harrowing moments of sexual violence and sinister mental health wards. Experience is channeled in an effervescent and gutsy linguistic orchestration deliciously sprinkled with polyglossia, at times heartbreaking at other times suspenseful and yet at other times luminous and whimsical. A poetic tour de force of cathartic storytelling!"

    --Domnica Radulescu, award winning author of Train to Trieste and Country of Red Azaleas

  • 04 Mar 2020 6:40 PM | Deleted user

    In Manhattan, Hudson Guild Theater, (Chelsea)

    26th St, NY, NY

    March 9, Monday, 6:15PM

    March 13, Friday, 9PM

    March 15, Sunday, 3:30PM

  • 05 Feb 2020 2:15 PM | Debra Kaufman

    My monologue, "Little Black Dress," which was part of the Illuminated Dresses project, was recently accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Broadkill Review and for the stage as part of Flush Ink's production She Speaks! in Waterloo, Ontario,  March 7-8, 2020.

  • 22 Jan 2020 11:47 AM | Shoshannah Boray

     New play for Elementary school actors,

    Momo No Kawa: Peach River, an original and contemporary adaptation of the Japanese folktale MOMOTARO


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