Plays by Stacey Lane

Friday, July 31, 2015

“Storms, Sheets, and Show Tunes” opens in Maryland

Storms, Sheets, and Show Tunes opens July 31 and runs until August 9 at Open Space Arts in Reisterstown, Maryland as part of their Heroes and Legends Summer Playwright's Festival. In this fifteen-minute play with a cast of six, ghosts gather to audition a new haunt for an old theater. To learn more about Open Space Arts, go to or Please visit or contact for more about this script and other new works by Stacey Lane.

The cast of Storms, Sheets, and Show Tunes. Directed by Laney Davis. Photography by Elora Maisenhelder.

“The Turtle and the Bunny” plays in New York

Town of Hyde Park Recreation’s Introduction to Theater Arts Summer Camp performs The Turtle and the Bunny on July 31 in Hyde Park, New York. In this comedic take on the classic Tortoise and the Hare fable, the end of the school year festivities pit the smart and compassionate turtle against the bad bunny who wants all the glory without all the hardwork. To preview this twenty-minute children’s play or other scripts for youth and adults, go to or e-mail

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

“The Hundred Dollar Hug” plays in Utah

Lyric Rep in Logan, Utah presents The Hundred Dollar Hug as part of their Apprentice Showcase on July 27 and 28. In The Hundred Dollar Hug, a monologue for a man of any age and ethnicity, a despairing loner offers payment for a simple hug. To learn more about Lyric Rep and their apprentice program, go to To preview this monologue or other new scripts, visit or contact

Monday, July 27, 2015

“I Know Why the Imprisoned Parrot Squawks” and “The Unwelcome Mat” play in Ohio

Actors’ Theatre of Columbus presents I Know Why the Imprisoned Parrot Squawks and The Unwelcome Mat at Schiller Park Amphitheatre in Columbus, Ohio on July 26. In I Know Why the Imprisoned Parrot Squawks, a short comedy with two gender-neutral roles, a guilt-ridden pet owner and a bird have a one-sided heart to heart talk. In The Unwelcome Mat, a short comedy for one man and one woman, a young lady shows up at her boyfriend’s house and is accosted by his unfriendly welcome mat. Go to for information about Actors’ Theatre of Columbus’ shows and classes. Please visit or e-mail for more about the playwright and her available scripts.

Chloe Beck and Matt Barach in I Know Why the Imprisoned Parrot Squawks. Directed by Andy Falter.