Plays by Stacey Lane

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Seraphemera Books publishes "The Author’s Autopsy"

Released today! Garbanzo Literary Journal, a publication of Seraphemera Books, features its first play- Stacey Lane’s The Author’s Autopsy - along with an eclectic collection of works from forty other authors. In The Author’s Autopsy, experts weigh in on what caused a struggling writer’s untimely demise. Garbanzo Literary Journal is truly unique, as each limited edition book is hand-made and individually numbered. Not only are the pages of the book chocked full of literary artistic achievements, but the book itself is a piece of artwork. To learn more about this innovative publisher or to get your hand-crafted book, visit or Garbanzo's Facebook Page. For production rights for The Author’s Autopsy or for more information about Stacey Lane’s other available scripts, go to or contact the playwright directly at

Sunday, October 13, 2013

"Rainbow Sprinkles" plays in the Catskills

Open Eye Theater reprises Rainbow Sprinkles for the Catskill Women's Network on October 14th in Margaretsville, New York. In this one-act comedy, an  overly sensitive lawyer interviews a compassionate birthday party clown. Go to to learn more about the theatre company. Visit or e-mail for a perusal copy of Rainbow Sprinkles or other available scripts.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

"Rainbow Sprinkles" plays in Mt. Tremper, NY

A Columbus Weekend Celebration at Emerson Resort in Mt. Tremper, New York will include performances of the one-act comedy Rainbow Sprinkles along with musical acts, book signings, crafts, food tastings and other outdoor family activities on October 12th and 13th. In Rainbow Sprinkles, an uptight mother tries to find a suitable clown for her son's upcoming birthday party. For more information about the festival, visit Go to or to get a copy of this script or find out more about Stacey Lane's available plays for family, children or adult audiences.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

"Pet Names" featured on The Other Otter

Stacey Lane's short play Pet Names can now be read on humor website The Other Otter. In this one-minute comedy for one male and one female actor, a couple attempts to take the perfect photograph of their beloved, but misbehaving baby with the mall Easter Bunny.  To view the complete script, visit For production rights, please go to or contact the playwright at