Plays by Stacey Lane

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

"Pet Names" and "Peek" play in Queens

Get in the holiday spirit with Unity Stage Company's production of "Figgy Pudding: Short Play Fest" featuring Pet Names and Peek. In Pet Names, a couple fails to capture that Christmas card-worthy photo of their little darling and a mall Santa. In Peek, a Christmas present tempts a young man to take a peek while his girlfriend is in the other room. The show runs December 1st through 4th at Cafe Marline in Sunnyside, Queens, New York. For more information, please visit To preview these or other scripts by Stacey Lane, go to or contact

Bradford How and Gillian Hurst play in Pet Names. Photographer: Cohlie Brocato.

Leigh Adel-Arnold in Peek. Photographer: Cohlie Brocato.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

"Sleeping Beauty" opens in Michigan

Sleeping Beauty plays at Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn, Michigan from November 4th through 20th. In this twist on the fairytale classic, the evil fairy finally has her say. Go to for production information or Downriver Sunday Times to read an article about the rehearsal process. For performance rights or to order a copy of the script, go to To learn more about the playwright, please visit or contact

"The Old Woman who Lived in a Shoe" opens in Delaware

The Wilmington Drama League presents The Old Woman who Lived in a Shoe as part of their Pillow Plays children series. The show opens November 5th at the theatre and then travels to Delaware libraries and community centers. To learn more about the production, please visit To read this large cast theatre for youth script that interweaves beloved fairy tales and fables, e-mail or go to

"Pulse" plays in New York

The Drama Club of Margaretville Central School performs Pulse as part of "Gym Shorts", an evening of short plays. The show runs November 4th through 5th in Margaretville, New York. In Pulse, a young actress's dramatic monologue is interrupted by a cell phone ringing in the audience. She retaliates by destroying the phone that destroyed her art. To peruse this script or others by Stacey Lane, visit or contact