Plays by Stacey Lane

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Indian Ink publishes "Tummy Tirade"

Tummy Tirade appears in the latest issue of Indian Ink. In this short play, a woman on a diet engages in a battle of willpower with her talkative stomach. To get your copy, contact To preview this play, gain performance rights, or find other available scripts, visit or e-mail

Sunday, October 28, 2012

JAC publishes "The Hundred Dollar Hug" and "Pulse"

Hot off the press! Get your copy of InterJACtions Monolgues at the Heart of Human Nature Volume II featuring Stacey Lane's The Hundred Dollar Hug and Pulse. To learn more about this monologue collection or to buy the book directly from JAC Publishing, visit This anthology is also available in paperback and Kindle edition from For production rights and other available scripts, go to or contact

Thursday, October 25, 2012

"Sleeping Beauty" opens in Lousiana

Thibodaux High School presents Sleeping Beauty October 25th and 26th in Thibodaux, Lousiana. In this audience participation comedy for all ages, Griselda, the evil fairy that started it all finally gets to have her say. To preview the script online, buy a copy of the book, or get production rights, please go to For information about other available plays for children, teens, and adults, visit or e-mail

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

"Great Bellied Women" wins Radburn's Orginal Works Competiton

The Radburn Players present Great Bellied Women  in Fair Lawn, New Jersey on October 20th. In Great Bellied Women, widow Agnes Moulsworth, a respected midwife, and her high-spirited daughter Margery return from a successful delivery to interview a prospective apprentice, the pious Mistress Jane Cobbe, and the riotous laughs ensue! This thirty-minute comedic period piece illuminates the peculiar practices of Renaissance childbirth, while celebrating the bond of women rising above their oppression in this sacred exclusively female arena, the Elizabethan birthing chamber. The Radburn Players have been continually producing shows for over eighty years! To learn more about this historic company, visit To preview this script, contact or go to

"Sleeping Beauty" plays in Kentucky

The Playground Theatre in London, Kentucky presents Sleeping Beauty October 19th and 20th. This comedic version of the classic love story is presented through the eyes of a fiesty and funny villian and includes audience participation. For production information, go to To preview this script online or obtain production rights for your theater or school, visit To learn more about the author and her other available children's plays, go to or contact

Thursday, October 4, 2012

"My Dog Ate the Constitution" tours Tennessee schools

In honor of the 2012 presidential election, Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga presents My Dog Ate the Constitution, a quirky tale of a young girl struggling to prepare for a test on the US Constitution. She is about to give up when some unexpected visitors arrive. George Washington, Ben Franklin, and James Madison (who looks suspiciously like her dog in a powdered wig) take her on an exciting journey into history, just in time for the constitutional convention.  Kids and adults alike will love this hilarious tale, and even learn some important lessons from history.  To bring this interactive educational show to your school or organization, please visit To preview this script or others by Stacey Lane, go to or contact