Plays by Stacey Lane

Friday, March 29, 2013

"Pet Names", "Alien to Antiquity" and "Cold" are part of a celebration of women artists in Dayton, Ohio

SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day Dayton’s March 30th performance will include Pet Names, Alien to Antiquity and Cold.  In Pet Names, an eager wife and an eager-to-leave husband fail to capture the perfect photograph of their little darling with the Easter Bunny. In Alien to Antiquity, corporate bosses set out to fire Lady Justice. In Cold, a sickly woman catches her boyfriend licking her phone. For show information and to learn more about SWAN Day, visit or  Go to or e-mail to preview these or other available scripts.

Whitney Davis and Dan Foley in Pet Names.
Jocelyn Tanis and Jacob Wright in Cold.


Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Celebrate World Theatre Day with a NYC performance of "Tummy Tirade"

New York City's Mind the Gap Theatre presents Tummy Tirade and other short plays in recognition of World Theatre Day on March 27th.  In Tummy Tirade, a woman on a diet does battle with her talkative tummy. For more information about the show, visit or Mind the Gap's Facebook Page. To learn more about World Theatre Day, go to Contact Stacey Lane at or visit


Friday, March 1, 2013

Pioneer Drama Service publishes "The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg" and "The Boy who Cried Wolf"

Pioneer Drama Service, a leading publisher of children's plays, has just released The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg and The Boy who Cried Wolf. Both of these one-act comedies have large casts, simple sets and fun roles for young performers. To buy a copy of The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg, for production rights or for more information, visit  Pioneer Goose. For The Boy who Cried Wolf, go to Pioneer Boy. For more on the playwright and her other available works for children and adults, e-mail or visit