Plays by Stacey Lane

Monday, December 22, 2014

Canyon Voices publishes "The Author's Autopsy"

Read the complete script of the two-person short The Author's Autopsy in Issue 10 of Arizona State University's journal Canyon Voices. In The Author's Autopsy, a dark comedy, doctors work to determine the cause of a failing writer's demise. Go to https://canyonvoices.asu.edu. For production rights or to read other works, short and long, for young and old, visit www.StaceyLaneInk.com or contact the playwright at StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com.




Sunday, December 7, 2014

“Rainbow Sprinkles” plays in Missouri



The University of Central Missouri’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents four one-act plays December 4 through 6 at Nickerson Hall’s Black Box Theatre in Warrensburg, Missouri. Stacey Lane’s two-hander comedy Rainbow Sprinkles plays alongside Christopher Durang’s Canker Sores and Other Distractions, O. Henry’s  While the Auto Waits (adapted for the stage by Walter Wykes), and L.B. Hamilton’s Buyer$ Market. In Rainbow Sprinkles, a well-meaning children’s entertainer tries to convince a conservative businesswoman that his birthday party clown act will not offend her politically-correct friends. To learn more about the college’s theatre department, go to www.ucmo.edu/theatre. Rainbow Sprinkles can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or Smith and Kraus in “2010 The Best Ten-Minute Plays", an anthology published by Smith and Kraus. To preview this script, get production rights, or find out about Stacey Lane’s other available plays, please visit  www.StaceyLaneInk.com or contact her directly at StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com


Friday, December 5, 2014

“Snow Queen” opens in Michigan

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre’s Junior Theatre presents Snow Queen from December 5 to 7 at the Children's Creative Center Theater in Ann Arbor, Michigan. In this one-act large-cast family comedy, young heroine Gerda sets out to rescue her best friend Kay after the cursed magic mirror of the Snow Queen and her flurries brings out the worst in the usually compassionate little boy. Along the way, Gerda encounters good, evil, and a host of funny talking animals and flowers. Please visit www.a2ct.org for production information. Leading youth theatre publisher Pioneer Drama Service publishes this script and holds the production rights for Snow Queen. Go to www.pioneerdrama.com or call 1-800-333-7262 to learn more, read part of the play for free, buy the book, or pay royalties to perform the show. For Stacey Lane’s other plays for actors and audiences young and old, please visit www.StaceyLaneInk.com or contact the playwright at StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com




Snow Queen at Ann Arbor Civic Theatre. Directed by Katherine Altman. Assistant directed by Cierra Wollack. Photo by Tom Steppe.  Produced by Laura Puchalski.

Monday, December 1, 2014

“Pet Names” opens in London



Blaggards at Fractured Lines Theatre will perform Pet Names December 1 to 22 in London. In this short holiday comedy, a man and woman try to get their unruly precious baby to sit on Santa’s lap. For more information about this Christmas show, go to http://fracturedlines.com. Contact the playwright at StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com or visit www.StaceyLaneInk.com to preview this two-actor script.


Sunday, November 23, 2014

"Snow Queen" plays in Michigan



Arthurs Middle School presented Snow Queen in Trenton, Michigan on November 19. In Snow Queen, a delightful winter’s tale for young and old, the Snow Queen’s cursed mirror makes people see only the bad around them and blinds them to all that is beautiful. Brave children, talking animals and flowers, a forgetful princess, and even silly robbers work together to undo the spell. To learn more about the play, read a portion of the script for free online, order your copy, or get permission to perform the show at your school, theatre, or camp, contact Pioneer Drama Service at www.pioneerdrama.com or call 1-800-333-7262. Go to www.StaceyLaneInk.com or e-mail StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com for more plays by Stacey Lane.


Snow Queen at Arthurs Middle School. Directed by Jennifer Blackledge Moberly.