Submit a Script

To submit a play:

Along with your script, your email submission should include the following information:

  • Name of Playwright submitting the play
  • Title of the One Act Play
  • Playwright’s Email address 
  • Playwright’s phone number
  • Playwright’s home address
  • Include a brief (2-4 sentences) description of the play
  • The number of actors needed (Indicate if there are specific casting requirements)
  • Solo Plays are accepted 
  • Plays must be no more than 45 minutes in length
  • List any props special to your play
  • Indicate if your play has been published and where
  • Indicate is this will be a World Premiere (First time performed on stage)
  • Include any royalty costs for one performance 

 

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2021 Plays

Jim Geoghan

Room for Cream

The further adventures of Carl and Ida in the Subway Sandwich shop on Hollywood Boulevard where they meet once a week. Carl shows up late,

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Renee Baillargeon

The book club thief

It is book club night and everyone is supposed to read “The Book Thief”. However, only three of the married wives can make it. It

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Cary Pepper

Mark My Worms

Mason has been cast in a newly-discovered, never-before-seen play by the world-class absurdist LaSalle Montclare. But the play must be performed exactly as written. And

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Adam Szudrich

Rosa and Leo

Five decades after secretly falling in love in a Nazi concentration camp, Rosa and Leo rediscover each other on opposite sides of the world. Characters

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Rod Urquhart

Gilda

Nature-lover, young and beautiful, but poor, Gilda, who is watched over by Forest Elves, is given the chance to live like a Princess, which she accepts. Taken in by the King and Queen, it’s the King’s evil brother’s son, Denny, who has eyes for Gilda and kidnaps her. Thanks to the Forest Elves and visiting Prince, Poul, will Gilda be rescued in time and returned to her life in the palace?

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Rich Orloff

Mourning Glory

Mourning Glory by Rich Orloff Explores the question: What is the appropriate waiting period before a guy can hit on his dead friend’s spouse?  And

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