High school actor Charles Cicchino competes at New Jersey State Thespian Festival with Stacey Lane’s comedic monologue, Pulse, on March 28 and 29. In Pulse, an actor gets revenge when an emotional performance is interrupted by an audience member who refuses to answer a ringing cellphone. To read this short script, get performance rights, or learn more about other available plays for high school students, children, and adults, go to StaceyLaneInk.com or contact StaceyLaneInk.com.
Thursday, March 19, 2015
Boiling Point Players present Scratched as part of “Get Lucky” on March 19 in Houston, Texas. In this short play for two actors of any age and gender, a scratched off lottery ticket dreams of having the limitless potential of its yet-to-be scratched off companion. For more information about the cabaret-style production by this new women-centered theatre company, go to boilingpointplayers.com. Visit www.StaceyLaneInk.com or e-mail StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com to learn more about Scratched or other new plays by Stacey Lane.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
The LITE (Laugh Inspire Think Encourage) Project presents A Poodle More Beautiful running March 5 through 15 at Hope Community Church in Morriseville, Searstone Retirement Community in Cary, and Carolina Preserve in Cary, North Carolina. In A Poodle More Beautiful, a family-friendly ten-minute comedy for two actors of any age and gender, a purebred poodle puppy thinks it is better than the mutts at the shelter. To preview this script or others for adults and youth, go to www.StaceyLaneInk.com or contact StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com.
Jim Cox and Elaine Quagliata in A Poodle More Beautiful. Directed by Jack Berry.
Saturday, March 14, 2015
Pulse will be performed as part of the Peace River Festival of the Arts in Peace River Alberta, Canada running March 14 through 29. In Pulse, a monologue for a female of any age, a performer’s soul-crushing dramatic performance is interrupted when a cell phone begins to ring and will not be silenced. To preview this monologue, visit www.StaceyLaneInk.com or contact StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com.
Friday, March 13, 2015
Queer Theatre Kalamazoo and Fancy Pants Theater join forces for “#Ladyfest” featuring Stacey Lane’s short plays, Bitches on Good Behavior, Kissing Boo Boos, and Modest Goddess. “#Ladyfest” runs March 13 through 21 at Fire Historical Arts Collaborative in Kalamazoo, Michigan. In Bitches on Good Behavior, a man at a bar calls a woman a bitch when she turns down his offer to buy her a drink. In Kissing Boo Boos, a child gets injured on a public playground. A man rushes over to offer the child comfort. The mother is outraged. The same scene plays out again, but this time a woman comforts the crying child. The child’s mother is grateful. In Modest Goddess, an artist draws a provocative portrait. Her subject requests some slight body modifications. For more information about this empowering production, visit www.qtkalamazoo.com or www.fancypantstheater.webs.com . For perusal copies or production rights for these plays or others by Stacey Lane, short or long, adult or youth-oriented, go to www.StaceyLaneInk.com or e-mail StaceyLaneInk.com.
Amber Rhodes and Kelsey Foster Goodrich in Modest Goddess. Directed by Laura K Henderson. Photographer: She Films.