Plays by Stacey Lane

Friday, June 17, 2011

"Storms, Sheets, and Show Tunes" performed in Washington

The Sage Players of Spokane, Washington presented Storms, Sheets, and Show Tunes on June 4th and 5th. In this short comedy, spirited theatre ghosts hold late night auditions to recast the infamous Dr. Samuel J. Hartman who haunts the historic Hartman Theatre in Columbus, Ohio. To read the script, contact or go to To learn more about the Sage Players and their charitable events, visit

Friday, June 10, 2011

"Checkered Past" plays in New York

Checkered Past is part of Gi60 US Live 2011 playing June 10th and 11th at the New Workshop Theater at Brooklyn College in New York. In this short comedy, ants at a picnic debate the risks and rewards of pursuing their delicious desires. To learn more about this innovative production, go to or To read Checkered Past or other scripts by the playwright, contact or visit

 Cristina Pitter, Vera Khodasevich, and Mike Pierre Louis in Checkered Past. Directed by Anthony Ponzio.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

"The Hundred Dollar Hug" and "Cold" open in Kalamazoo, Michigan

As part of the "Second Ever Fancy Pants Gay-la", The Hundred Dollar Hug and Cold will be performed June 8th through 12th in Kalamazoo, Michigan. In The Hundred Dollar Hug, a lonely man taunts the crowd, claiming he will give a hundred dollar bill to the first audience member who hugs him. In Cold, a sickly woman catches her better half licking her phone. For more information about the production, go to To learn more about these scripts and other works by Stacey Lane, visit or contact

Friday, June 3, 2011

"Words that Rhyme with Orange" plays in Canada

Words that Rhyme with Orange will be performed by the Capitol School of Performing Arts in New Brunswick, Canada. The show opens at the Capitol Theatre on June 4th and then will go on to tour schools and community centers. In Words that Rhyme with Orange,  a one-of-a-kind creature crashes onto an island populated by identical spiders. This comedy for young audiences celebrates diversity and will be performed in both English and French. Visit to learn more. To purchase tickets, call the Capitol Theatre Box Office at 1-800-567-1922 or 856-4379. To read an article about this unique bilingual production, visit  Times and Transcript. For a perusal copy of this script or others by Stacey Lane, go to or contact

Mary Ann Sims, Emily Sims, Emma Parlee, Lucy Higgins and Alexa Landry in Words That Rhyme with Orange. Directed by Alicia Verona Potter. Photograph by Greg Agnew of Times and Transcript.