Lucas Dreaming, a ten-minute play for two male actors of any age, has just been published by Brooklyn Publishers. Set inside the troubled mind of an insomniac, this experimental script explores the psychological landscape of that unsettling place between awake and asleep. A tired, but restless Lucas tries to lull himself to dreamland with relaxation exercises. The personification of Lucas’s racing thoughts appears. He desperately pleads for Lucas to stay awake to avoid the beasts that feast that are waiting in his dreams. Succumbing to exhaustion, Lucas leaves his subconscious self to do battle alone in his nightmare world. This surreal play allows for maximal creative interpretation and has no technical requirements, making it well-suited for Forensic Competitions and Speech and Debate. Brooklyn had previously published a version of this play with a cast of two female actors titled Lucy Dreaming. To order your copy and get production rights, visit www.brookpub.com or call 1-888-473-8521. For other works by Stacey Lane, go to www.StaceyLaneInk.com or contact the playwright directly at Stacey@StaceyLaneInk.com.
Friday, September 2, 2016
Thursday, September 1, 2016
Dark Horse Theatre presents Pulse as part of their showcase at the International Bar in Dublin, Ireland on September 1. In Pulse, an actor must do battle with a ringing phone for the audience’s attention. For more about the performance, visit Dark Horse's Facebook Page. Go to www.StaceyLaneInk.com or e-mail Stacey@StaceyLaneInk.com for a copy of this monologue for a male or female or for other plays by Stacey Lane.
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
On August 18 through 28, Open Eye Theater is performing A Poodle More Beautiful as part of Summer Shortcuts in Margaretville, New York. In this ten-minute comedy for two performers of any age and gender, a snobby poodle puppy has its assumptions and purebred prejudices put to the test when it gets thrown in the pound with a quick-witted mutt. For more information about this production, go to www.theopeneyetheater.org. A Poodle More Beautiful is published by YouthPLAYS. Please visit www.youthplays.com or call 424-703-5315 to order a copy of the play and obtain production rights. Go to www.StaceyLaneInk.com or contact StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com for new works by Stacey Lane.
Maritsa Stamos and Saira Pereira in A Poodle More Beautiful. Director: Joyce St. George. Producing Artistic Director: Amie Brockway Henson. Photographer: Jill Ribich of Catskill Images.
Monday, August 15, 2016
The Nantucket Dreamland Foundation of Nantucket, Massachusetts is performing The Boy Who Cried Wolf on August 15. In this one-act children’s comedy, a listless boy with a crush on a trouble-making girl doesn’t realize the importance of his job until it is too late. To learn more about this short easy-to-produce play, to preview the play online, buy a hardcopy of the script, or to apply for the rights to perform The Boy Who Cried Wolf at your theatre, school, or drama class, go to Pioneer Drama Service’s website at www.pioneerdrama.com or call 1-800-333-7262. For other youth plays by Stacey Lane, please visit www.StaceyLaneInk.com or e-mail StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com.
Friday, August 12, 2016
Off the Leash Theatre Theatre with Teeth presents The Hundred Dollar Hug as part of Short and Curlies in Warragul, Australia on August 12 and 13. In this male monologue, a man turns a simple act of affection into a business transaction. For more about the show, go to www.offtheleashtheatre.com.au or www.facebook.com/OffTheLeashTheatre. To get a copy of this monologue for performance, competition, or auditions or other monologues and plays by Stacey Lane, visit www.StaceyLaneInk.com or e-mail StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com.
Daniel Warenycia in The Hundred Dollar Hug.