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A quirky, wry, ribald collection of short plays and sketches, many farcical, perfect for college, community or professional theater and actors of all shapes and sizes. Includes The Lady Gentian Violet; Hot Women, High Explosives; International Supreme Con Artists Group and more -- in all, 30 plays, many of them… Read More
This is a series of plays I have been writing since my senior year in High School fourteen years ago. Read More
Simon lives in a parallel world where movies haven't been invented. He and his uni mates go out to see the play 'Scream' where he meets Neve Campbell, the star of the play, and they fall in love. Read More
story about two strangers meeting on a mountain track , becoming friends and then becoming strangers again... Read More
It is a 10 minute play that is a commentary on the Trump presidency where he is portrayed as a king. The name Drumpf is used because that is actually his original family name before an ancestor changed it. Might I say a much more fitting name considering the man… Read More
A 4 act play of a life enacted from death... Read More
This book gives info and reviews. Any request can be made in the comments. In some chapters will have Music playing, photos, and cussing. Book is in progress. Spellchecker glitched on me, so my co-writer and I have to manually edit each chapter. Read More

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Essay I submitted to Cambridge University's 2012 Essay Prize, which I rather pleasantly won £200 for. Read More
Audrey Ever grew up with dreams, as most New Yorkers tend to have. But when her first written play gets approved for Broadway, Audry gets thrown from make-up artist to playwright and her dreams spark to life. Naturally, her best friend Claire is her female lead, but when the directer… Read More
A very bizarre and comical take on The Roswell Incident of 1947. This play provides lots of good belly laughs. Read More
Roswell 1947 is a play I wrote inspired by the Roswell Incident of 1947. For some reason it quickly turned into comedy. Read More
Although our society is constantly moving forward, some of the old words are stuck in the past, longing to be used. I always feel sad that such astounding and sophisticated words are never used in common speech like they used to be so many years ago. I hope my fellow… Read More
"Do you love her?" The question should have been easy, but it caught me off guard. "I do." I said slowly, but I didn't look at her when I said it. "I used to." I finally added. "Do you think she loves you?" She asked honestly, a little sympathy lining… Read More
Scarlet has never had the easiest life and she's in love with someone she hasn't seen in 6 months. She has a true love for anything in the arts type and lands the lead role in one of her favorite plays and ends up having the night of her life… Read More
Maisie's problems began when she joined the cast of a play at her school. The "director" shakes her hand on the last day, and soon, she likes him. But sadly, his time at their school is running out-He'll be graduating in about a week. So she has to make the… Read More
In the Town of Grover's Corners a young woman, Emily Webb, has just died from child birth. She is reunited with her mother-in-law, a family friend, and the town drunk. After having a argument she decides to return to her past. A favor from Death is not always worth it.… Read More
Hear the Cries of Our Children before it's too late... I see you passing me by, you're just like all the rest... I know your type. No wonder so many of us die... You won't make a difference... T.G.? Read More

Book / Romance

September 01, 2010

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The Booksie Classic House

Grace - a born actress, doesn't think love is true, and had a fling with Mr. social. James - has some acting skills but is so easy to read in real life. Is pressurized into a relationship with Heidi,Miss bitch u.s.a. when James brakes off the pressured relationship and tells… Read More
My latest assignment in English was to write an insult email to my English teacher in a Elizabethan tone. We're studying Shakespeare (A Midsummer Night's Dream), my favorite part of the semester. Anyways, this is mine. It's not the greatest thing, and she'll probably give me a not-so great grade… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

I wrote this for my cast after directing my first play. Read More
Fate is not great, This I firmly state, Before it is too late, Check-mate fate, Prayer will surely compensate. Read More

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Brian is in love with Juliet, a girl who never gives him the time of day. When she is cast as Juliet in the school's play Romeo and Juliet he will do everything in his power to win the role of Romeo and her heart. Read More
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