Category Archives: Full Length Plays

Image and Likeness

Los Angeles newspaper journalist Charlie Doth sets out to prove that an apparent suicide was actually murder. He hunts for the killer while continuing to interview religious leaders for a story that has personal resonance for him. Charlie uses his … Continue reading

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Manifesto of Silence

Famous film actor Dane Stafford is known for never granting interviews. Dissatisfied with his life and wanting to get back to his creative roots, he decides to do a play, something he hasn’t done in ten years. Dane goes to … Continue reading

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The Norma Conquests

After being in prison for 16 years, Norma Desmond is accepted into the work-release program. The Norma Conquests is a trio of related one-act plays: The Three Faces of Norma, My Fair Norma, and The Importance of Being Norma. Each … Continue reading

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Pickle Juice

Pickle Juice combines scatological screwball comedy with environmental issues. Dottie Mae MacKnots invites her domineering boss to dinner for the express purpose of convincing him to halt development of a project on toxic land. When her other dinner guest isn’t … Continue reading

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Pinocchio in the Bronx

“I’m a marionette. You got a problem with that?” Cast: 4 males, 1 female, playing 9 roles. Also needed: 1 – 7 puppets. Set: Numerous locations on a unit set. 92 pages

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