Plays by Stacey Lane

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

"Lucy Dreaming" plays in Jackson, Mississippi

Belhaven University's 5th Annual One Act Festival includes Lucy Dreaming, an experimental piece about an insomniac transitioning between the world of awake and the world of her nightmares. To learn more about the production that runs November 30th and December 1st in Jackson, Mississippi, go to or To obtain a perusal copy of this two-woman play or learn more about Lane's other works, please visit or e-mail

Sarah Renick and Melissa Falardeau in Lucy Dreaming  

Friday, November 19, 2010

"Peek" opens in NYC

Spare Change Theatre brings another installment of their high-energy, audience-participation production of one-minute plays, "In A New York Minute". This one is holiday-themed and includes Peek, a comedy about a Christmas present tempting a man to take a look while his girlfriend is in the other room. The show runs November 19th and 20th at the Arena in the SLC Center on 7th Avenue in New York City. To learn more about the theatre company and the prodcution, visit To learn more about the playwright and the script, visit

"The Hundred Dollar Hug" plays in Australia

The Hundred Dollar Hug is playing at Theatre Onset at Theatre Thimble in Bega New South Wales, Australia. The show runs until November 28th.  Call 6492 2619 to book your tickets! In The Hundred Dollar Hug, a lonely man claims that he will give a hundred dollar bill to the first audience member who comes on stage and hugs him. To learn more about the playwright and her works, please visit or e-mail

Jamie Forbes in The Hundred Dollar Hug.  Directed by Jack Berry.  Photograph by Alex Nicol. (2010)

Thursday, November 18, 2010

"Itch This" premieres in Newcastle, UK

Itch This receives its world premiere tonight at the Royal British Legion in Newcastle, United Kingdom as part of the "Ink Festival". The production runs November 18th and 19th. To learn more, please visit Ink Festival. In Itch This, a short play for one man and one woman, a man asks a stranger for assistance when he cannot reach the itch on his back. To preview this comedic script or learn more about Stacey Lane's work, go to or e-mail

Beth Carr and Ben Jewell in "Itch This" at the Ink Festival. Photographer: James Booth

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Stacey Lane is the recipient of a Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District 2010-2011 Artist Fellowship

I am honored to be selected for a Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District Artist Fellowship. Montgomery County, Ohio recognizes the importance of funding its literary artists and  I am grateful that they have chosen to support my passion for playwriting.

Friday, November 12, 2010

"The Naked People Play" opens in LA

The Naked People Play opens tonight as part of  "Shorts and Sweets". The show runs late nights through December 4th at the Rogue Machine Theatre in Los Angeles. In The Naked People Play, a nervous young man arrives at his girlfriend's apartment to confront her about their recent break-up. He finds that she is not alone, but has a naked man and woman with her. She provides a perfectly innocent explanation. For details and tickets to this production intended for mature audiences only, visit To learn more about  this script, the playwright, and her other works, go to or e-mail
Reve Brander, Amanda Mauer, Tania Verafield, and David Mauer

"Rainbow Sprinkles" plays in Bemidji, Minnesota

Rainbow Sprinkles plays this weekend in Saarens Productions' "Shortly Thereafter: An Evening of Short Plays". The production is at 7:30 pm on Friday November 12th and Saturday November 13th at the Wild Rose Theater  in Bemidji, Minnesota.  For more information about the show, please go to Saarens Productions. To learn more about Rainbow Sprinkles, a one-act comedy about a politically correct lawyer interviewing a clown for her son's birthday party, visit or e-mail

Sunday, November 7, 2010

"Sleeping Beauty" plays in Aurora, New York this weekend

Sleeping Beauty plays this weekend at Southern Cayuga Central School in Aurora, New York.  In this twist on the beloved classic, the traditional storyteller reading from his all too well-known book of "Sleeping Beauty" is quickly usurped by  the play's feisty and funny villain.  With a magic spell, this evil fairy turns back the hands of time to let the audience in on what really happened when the loss of her prized frog sent her down the path of revenge. This hour-long audience-participation comedy has a flexible cast of four to nine. Sleeping Beauty has enjoyed successful runs with professional adult companies, puppet theatres, community theatres, children's theatres, colleges, high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools. To read a large sample of the script online, purchase the book, or obtain production rights, go to To learn more about Stacey Lane and her other plays for children and adults, please visit To contact the playwright directly, write to