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  • 02 Jun 2018 10:49 AM | Robin Rice

    A play with original songs to be performed by a large cast of children. Honey's mother is moving them from her beloved island home to New York City. Honey is distraught. One night she seeks a way to hide with the help of her friends, a wise pelican, a bossy rooster, a feminist hen, a school of minnows and a trumpet vine. Published by YouthPLAYS. 2018.

  • 02 Jun 2018 10:45 AM | Thoko Zulu

    The play has been selected for publication scheduled for November 2018 at the above link.

    Lunatic Synopsis

    Khanda, former driver to a presidential candidate is transfered to a female prison disguised as a woman. His two prison inmates, Sdudla and Bhakhosi are unaware Khanda is a man. The two women have been imprisoned to stop them betraying state secrets and constantly lie to stay alive but when alone they are vulnerable and confess who they are hoping to be rescued.

    Khanda is rejected by his cell mates and forms an alliance with Nyembezi, an emotionally unstable woman confined to an isolation wall. Two female guards Supervisor and Bhoza, who have the task of keeping all prisoners in check manipulate Khanda for their sexual needs. 

    Hell breaks loose when Bhakhosi discovers Khanda is a man, which leads to his death and Sdudla's insanity, torture and solitary confinement.

  • 09 Apr 2018 12:18 PM | MT Cozzola

    MT Cozzola's play BOY SMALL is featured in Applause Books' new anthology of monologues (Diana Amsterdam, editor) entitled "Later Chapters: The Best Monologues for Actors over 50", released in April, 2018.

  • 07 Apr 2018 12:17 PM | Sandra de Helen

    The beautiful Artemis Journal 2018 is published as of May 4, 2018. More than 1000 entries were received from all corners of the globe for this issue, entitled "Women Hold Up Half the Sky." I'm proud to have my essay, "Our Half of the Sky," included.

  • 19 Mar 2018 9:37 AM | Anonymous

    C.J. Ehrlich's Heideman Award finalist NON-REFUNDABLE is published in the Best Ten-Minute Plays of 2017 anthology.

     Synopsis: Two teachers in love, in Bible Belt Kentucky, tired of pretending to be “just friends who work together”, run off on a hideaway package tour of the former Communist block so they can just be themselves. But when a foreign power invades their hotel room, they learn a big lesson about hiding away.

  • 19 Mar 2018 8:18 AM | Robin Rice
    Full-length drama about the life of Alice Austen, the first female photo-journalist. Alice bucked Victorian social norms and fell in love with photography and another woman. Lyrical and real. Excellent for college and community theaters as well as professional. Ran Off-Broadway. Published by Original Works Publishing. 2018. Available: Drama Book Shop (NYC) and
  • 19 Mar 2018 7:41 AM | Christine Toy Johnson
    Christine Toy Johnson's play THE SECRET WISDOM OF TREES is featured in Applause Books' upcoming anthology of monologues (Diana Amsterdam, editor) entitled "Later Chapters: the best monologues for actors over 50", coming out in April, 2018.
  • 09 Mar 2018 11:10 PM | Eleanor Oberio

    A strange and unexpected turn happens while Emanuel is fast asleep. A mysterious owl named Mr. Kitch transports Emanuel to a peculiar world called "Bouncy Land". There, he experiences a thrilling adventure with a pink dolphin & a flying shark called Dani Zuckow, who sees him as an intruder and a big threat.

    Can Emanuel survive? Will he find his way home in the end?

    Find out in this thrilling adventure with a twist, packed full of beautiful imagery and magic. 

    Now available here:

  • 09 Mar 2018 11:01 PM | Eleanor Oberio


    Imagine being uprooted from your home where everything and everyone was unfamiliar.  That’s exactly what happened to Emanuel.  His mother would be traveling for her new job and he had lost his father at the tender age of three. Watched over by his grandmother, what was poor Emanuel to do?

    When Emanuel met Evonne and Rio at his new school, things began to get a little more interesting.  Suddenly caught up in a quest to find the mysterious Knotting Clock, the three encounter uncharted territory.  Emanuel is even reunited with his father.  But does his father even know he is his father?

    Can the three schoolmates put the evil Queen back in her rightful place?  Can they rescue the children in the dungeon?  Most importantly, can Emanuel and his new friends solve the mystery of the Knotting Clock? 

    A world where reality and fantasy collide awaits on to find out.  You’d better hang on to your helium orb’s going to be a rough 

    Now available here://

  • 09 Mar 2018 5:19 PM | Anonymous

    Molly's Hammer by Tammy Ryan, published by Dramatic Publishing Company, Inc. World Premiere at the Repertory Theater of St. Louis in 2016, nominated for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, ATCA's Steinberg Award, St Louis Theater Critic's Circle Award.


    In 1980, Molly Rush, a Pittsburgh housewife and mother of six, walked into a G.E. plant in King of Prussia, Penn., and took a hammer to the nose cone of a nuclear warhead in protest of the buildup of our nuclear arsenal. She and her fellow activists, The Plowshares Eight, including Daniel and Philip Berrigan, went to trial to sound the alarm, and the world was pulled back from the brink of nuclear annihilation for the time being. Molly’s Hammer is the fictionalized story of these events, inspired by the book Hammer of Justice by Liane Ellison Norman. Told with humor and love through the competing narratives of Molly and her working-class husband, Bill, Molly’s Hammer shines a light on how the choice of ordinary people to take action is what is needed to save our world.

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