10 Minute & Short Plays

Sketch by Eddith Buis, Great Plains Theatre Conference, 2014

Sketch by Eddith Buis, Great Plains Theatre Conference, 2014


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A black comedy at the beach. A visit to Santa Monica’s “Ink Well” gives two friends an unexpected perspective on what it means to belong, and to be “the other.”

Green Light Productions “Shorties” March, 2015 (Randee Trabitz, Director); Santa Monica Rep WaveFest October, 2013 (Jen Bloom, Director)


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Rebecca on the Bus is a dark comedy about a most absurd reality. The streets of New Delhi seem far away to most of us in the U.S. But as the war on women heats up around the globe and forces us to contemplate what living in a “rape culture” means, how far are they, really? Let’s have a low-fat half-caf and think about that.

Little Black Dress INK Female Playwrights ONSTAGE Project (AZ) January, 2015; IndieBoots Theatre Festival (Chicago) March, 2013. Anne Hamilton, Dramaturg


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A play with an end which considers possibilities, On Tuesday takes a dark and slanted look at our innate desire to have some control over the events and people around us, to make a connection and have an impact. The play’s absurdist overtones also lay bare our overwhelming need to make sense of the inconceivable, in any way we can.

Theatre of NOTE October, 2012 (Mary Jo DuPrey, Director); Little Black Dress INK Female Playwrights  ONSTAGE Project (AZ) July, 2012


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Buying a House is a dark comedy about money, women and place, in that order. A single woman sits at a bar, single-malt in hand, waiting to take a monumental, life-altering step: she is buying a house. But it’s a man’s world. And that last cocktail may be one too many.

Green Light Productions GLO Fest November, 2014 (Jen Bloom, Director); workshop  production, 2003 (Miguel Montalvo, Director)


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At the heart of Color Separation is a couple contemplating an important decision… at a time when the world is connected in very revealing ways and the meaning of “choice” takes on heavier and heavier implications. The dark comedy is a somewhat surreal look at what happens when we let people into our lives, time runs out, and we take what’s been given to us for granted.

The Disreputables SLUT Festival Reading (VA) October, 2012; Little Black Dress INK Female Playwrights ONSTAGE Project (AZ) July, 2011


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About What Matters is a short, pointed play about, among other things, priorities, boundaries, certainties and letting life get to you. Waiting together for an acknowledgement that may never come, two friends find themselves caught up in a dangerously circular game of logic and loyalties, as they realize they’ve probably missed lunch.

Theatricum Botanicum SeedlingsFest Reading November, 2011 (Jen Bloom, Director)

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