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A new story I'm working on. I wanted to bring a whole bunch of individuals together in one setting that had some sort of permanence. Enjoy and give feedback! Read More
Episode 1-4 of That's Why They Call It Drama Club, Pilot, The Audition, Hot Woman, and Shue Awakening. Some songs and musicals include Spring Awakening, A Little Fall of Rain, Les Miserables, Collide, and more. Read More Read More
This was a research poem that I wrote for my senior year of high school. Read More
Chapter Six of "Rescue of a Rock and Roll Child" Read More

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At a summer theatre arts camp, Wesley finds himself at home with a group of open and friendly teenagers who share a need to perform and have fun. However, one girl catches his eye -- due to her silence off stage, but a stunning performances on stage. Robin is probably… Read More
In Post-Apartheid South Africa, it's time to talk. It's time to learn, it's time to become a democracy. That's easier said than done, so this script opens up the avenues for conversation on a difficult topic: How different are different races? How similar are they? What wrong ideas do we… Read More
Chapter Four of "Rescue of a Rock and Roll Child", also known as "West of the Fields Long Gone". Read More
A teen drama that takes you through ups and downs of high school. Four friends Samantha Payton, Claire Martin, Evan Cayhill, and Noah Conners run into problems that could jeopardize everything they know. Read More
The most magnificent, non-theatrical stage of all.It had only one character and now many but the curtain hasnt fell...this play is still going on. Read More

Book / Romance

February 10, 2010

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Comments: 60

Shelves: 1

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Hi. I'm Joseph Harris. I'm here to share a story of sex, lust, betrayal, drama, and high school theatre. In theatre, anything goes. Whether it be on stage or otherwise. Where the teenage mind can be so unpredictable, and their motives so menacing and vile, you can't make heads or… Read More

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Comments: 2

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When gorgeous aspiring actress, Marylyn Kensington, is casted for a lead role in a small London theater production titled, “The Differences” written by, Charles Gerald, she soon becomes an obsession by all involved in the production especially between Charles and the opposite lead actor, Vincent Ackerson. Jealously begins to unfold… Read More

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Comments: 105

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It seemed to be just another normal year at Park Lake High School for Gabriel Katz, the intellectual but reserved son of the school's Latin teacher. That is, until he befriends Liliane Swanson, the intuitive star of Park Lake's Drama club. This is a partially true story, told from the… Read More
An actor must take on the burden of a million literary conflicts, and begs of you to be released of them. Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 26, 2009

The amazing resurrection of Spring - always new & pointing to our own inevitable "translation"!!! Read More

Script / Humor

March 20, 2009

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Comments: 1

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I am submitting an extract from a short play I wrote for High School Girls in South Africa. This particular play is one of the 4 different short plays I have written and am trying to market. Race on Race is a typically South African play and is entrenched satirically… Read More
This a children's play That I wrote a while ago based on a story that I read as a child. Hope you enjoy :) Read More
A journal of my experience rehearsing and performing the play 'Tape'. Read More

Script / Travel

December 02, 2008

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Comments: 1

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An ordinary geezer is studying welding in college. This is his monologue where he explores the train ride of thoughts and assumes to know what other commuters are sometimes thinking. This is a 20 minute ride on an ordinary day on any subway in any major city of this planet… Read More

Script / Other

November 26, 2008

Reads: 594

Comments: 8

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An original monologue that takes place from the position of the moon. Read More
Tired of old revivals and remakes of movies on Broadway? Here are 7 reasons why you should give indie theatre a try. Read More

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Comments: 4

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A little play on the famous line "The world is but a stage, and we are all mere players upon it: (Shakespeare). Read More

Tags: poem, theatre, play, mask, stage

Poem / Poetry

February 22, 2008

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Comments: 5

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One more day. Read More
Lillith, an average girl, enters her final seminars in a class of 30. The numbers soon dwindle to 10 after the vanishing of the professor trips a projector driven female to lead the class into a dizzying dance to David Bowie's "Life on Mars". Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 09, 2007

Reads: 491

Comments: 2

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A short poem displaying how time changes all. Read More

Tags: rain, theatre

Poem / Poetry

October 12, 2007

Reads: 691

Comments: 9

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The magical effect that theatre in all its creative genius can have on the heart and soul of one outcast, young boy. Read More
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