Plays by Stacey Lane

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

“The Hundred Dollar Hug” plays in Indonesia

On November 23rd, Sanata Dharma University in Societet, Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta, Indonesia performs The Hundred Dollar Hug. In this monologue, a desperate man informs his theatre audience that he will give a one-hundred-dollar bill to the first person to come onstage and hug him. To learn more about this Monologue Marathon, visit  Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris. For a perusal copy of the monologue for audition or performance use or for information about the playwright and her other available plays, go to or e-mail

Ginong P performs The Hundred Dollar Hug


Friday, November 8, 2013

“Great Bellied Women” plays in NYC

On November 8th, Manhattan Theatre Source presents EstroGenius 2013 Xtended at Theaterlab on West 36th Street in New York City. The evening of one-acts begins with Stacey Lane’s Great Bellied Women and concludes with Lezlie Revelle’s Match. In period piece Great Bellied Women, a midwife tests and trains an apprentice-to-be in the delicate, disgusting, empowering and amusing art of delivering a baby in Elizabethan England. To learn more about this celebration of female voices, visit For a perusal copy of Great Bellied Women, a thirty-minute three-actor comedy well-suited for Renaissance Festival entertainment, women’s studies discussion, feminist events and theatrical performance, go to or e-mail

Monday, November 4, 2013

"Rainbow Sprinkles" presented in Minnesota

Laura Grieme, a senior at the University of Minnesota – Duluth presents Rainbow Sprinkles on November 4th for her college directing project. In addition to directing the play, Miss Grieme has written a paper extensively analyzing the script and the playwright’s background. In Rainbow Sprinkles, an untrusting, easily offended mother interviews a clown for her son’s birthday party. To preview this one-act comedy, visit or contact