Plays by Stacey Lane

Friday, March 25, 2011

"Lucy Dreaming" receives staged reading in DC to celebrate SWAN Day

Support Women Artists Now! March is Women's History Month and March 26th is SWAN Day, a world-wide movement to support and recognize female artists. Please visit SWAN Day to learn more about this celebration of creativity. The Georgetown Theatre Company  presents DC Swan Day's Staged Reading Marathon which includes Lucy Dreaming.  Go to for more information about this free event. To preview Lucy Dreaming or other plays by Stacey Lane, e-mail or visit

Sunday, March 20, 2011

"Cold" and "Shoebox" open in NYC

"Cold" and "Shoebox" play on March 20th as part of Adaptive Arts' One Minute Play Festival in New York. In Cold, a sickly woman catches her boyfriend licking her phone. In Shoebox, a woman's journey from cradle to grave is documented in the greeting cards she receives. For more information about the production, go to Adaptive Arts. For perusal copies of these scripts or others by Stacey Lane, e-mail or visit

"Shoebox" at Adaptive Arts. Photographer: Hollie Roseberg

Friday, March 18, 2011

"Lucy Dreaming" plays in Pittsfield, MA

Lucy Dreaming plays as part of "New Works at New Stage" on March 19th and 20th. The show is at the New Stage Performing Arts Center in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. To learn more about the theatre company, please visit Visit or e-mail to contact the playwright.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

"Lucy Dreaming" plays in Kalamazoo

Lucy Dreaming, a short experimental drama about the link between insomnia and nightmares, plays at Fancy Pants Theatre in Kalamazoo, Michigan on March 12th. To learn more about the theatre, visit To preview this script or others by Stacey Lane, please go to or write to
Jacqui Myers and Alaina Whitney in Lucy Dreaming

Saturday, March 5, 2011

"The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg" opens in Wilmington, DE

The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg plays March 5th through 13th with the Chrysalis Players at Wilmington Drama League in Wilmington, Delaware. The show will play at the theatre and then tour local libraries. To learn more about this lively adaptation of Aesop's cautionary tale of greed or other available scripts for children's or adult theatre, please visit or e-mail