Plays by Stacey Lane

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

"Story Stew: A Fairy Tale Revue" plays in Missouri

Tiger Troupe at Remington Traditional School presents Story Stew: A Fairy Tale Revue on May 28th in Maryland Heights, Missouri.  In this comedic fairytale mash-up for a large cast of children, Old Mother Hubbard has  so many children, she does not no what to do. On top of that she has no food for her family thanks to a mysterious spell involving Mary, her little lamb and a witch with a sweet tooth. She also has no home thanks to a mix up with a big bad wolf. Fortunately, she has a lot of resourceful kids who are ready for an adventure through the woods. Story Stew: A Fairy Tale Revue is published by renowned children's theatre publisher, Dramatic Publishing. To preview the play, buy a copy of the script or get rights to perform the show, call 1-800-448-7469 or go to For information about Stacey Lane's other plays for children, teens and adults, contact or visit

Monday, May 19, 2014

Read "The Hundred Dollar Hug" in the Monologue Database

In The Hundred Dollar Hug, a dramatic monologue for a male or any age and ethnicity, a frustrated man offers one hundred dollars to the first person who will come up on stage and give him a hug. Read this five minute monologue in its entirety at Please contact the author at or go to for performance rights and information about other available plays for adults, teens and children.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

"Pulse" plays in Canada

Pulse will be performed at Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada on May 13th. In this short comedic monologue for a female actor of any age, the distraction of a cell phone ringing in the theatre destroys an actress's concentration. To read this monologue or get information on Stacey Lane's other plays for adults, students and children, go to or contact

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Read the monologue "Pulse" now at Actorama

Visit Actorama, a hub of information for the emerging and working actor at to read Pulse. In Stacey Lane's monologue for a female of any age, a temperamental actress's mournful monologue about the death of her best friend is interrupted by a cell phone ringing in the theatre. She locates the source of the disturbance and destroys it. This comedic monologue is well-suited for an introduction to an evening of short plays, auditions, talent shows and classroom use. Contact the author at or visit to obtain performance rights or learn more about other available scripts.