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New Scripts!

These scripts are in various stages of pre-publication, and I may be able to send you a free perusal or license them directly to you! Read more about each script below and contact me at for more information!  

Snow White and the Seven Endings

Time: 35-40 minutes, (50-55 minutes with bonus scene)

Cast: 3 F, 1 M, 10+ flexible (10-40+)


Happily-ever-after gets turned on it’s head in this comedic retelling of the classic princess tale, Snow White. When seven forest dwelling friends reminisce about their recent run in with a runaway royal, they each have a different take on how the story ends. But which is the real ending? Using several different theatrical styles, including slapstick comedy (“Snow Alone: Lost In the Woods”,) melodrama (“The Perilous Plight of Miss Snow White”,) Shakespearean (“A Mid-Snow White’s Dream”,) murder-mystery (“And Then There Were Seven”,) interpretive dance (“The Hunt-Cracker”,) and action/adventure (“Spindiana Jones and the Apple of Doom”) as well as the classic storybook ending, this play will delight and enchant audiences of all ages. There’s even a bonus musical theatre ending, as told by Snow White and the Evil Queen (“Step-Mama Mia….Here we Snow Again!”) to further the fairytale fun!

Checking In 
(formerly titled, "A Room With A View)

Time: available as a 45 min one act or a 90-100 min full length

Cast: 6 M, 6 F, 15+ either


At the Regency Arms Hotel, the comfort and well-being of the guests comes first--and no one knows that better than its staff, most notably bellhop Bernard and housekeeper Natasha. And while Bernard keeps busy trying to woo Natasha and managing the guests' luggage, it's the other baggage the guests brought with them that really keeps him on his toes! A Room With a View uses humor and heart to tell a lifetime of stories in its scenes--from a soon-to-be mom unexpectedly going into labor in "Fresh Squeezed" , to a teenager learning to see the world outside of a screen in "In Room Safe", to a couple finding love in "Guest Relations", to the craziness of traveling with kids in "Wake Up Call" and finally, waiting too long to take that dream vacation in "Trip of a Lifetime". These stories, and many more, reflect the theme that "life is a journey--travel it well" and reminds us that as we travel through life, it's the people we chose to journey with that make it special.

***Note that this script has been acquired by Dramatic Publishing and will be available in their catalog in 2023.  I can still email a perusal, but for licensing requests, email me and I will put you in contact with a customer service representative who can assist you.

Night of The Macabre

Running Time: 90 minutes

Cast: 32+


A hunt for horror finds four friends at the Museum of the Macabre…a wax museum displaying scenes from short stories by some of the great authors of Gothic Horror…Poe, Hawthorne, Irving, and more. But as unnerving as the exhibits-and the stories behind them-are…the real terror for the fearless four comes when the exhibits start to come to life!

This easy to stage play celebrates the great short stories from Gothic Horror including “The Birthmark” by Nathaniel Hawthorne, “The Hand” by Guy De Maupassant, “The Monkey’s Paw” by W.W. Jacobs, “The Tell Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe, “The Red Room” by H.G. Wells, “The Velvet Ribbon” by Washington Irving, “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman and “The Shadows on the Wall” by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman. Similar to a vignette style, each scene “comes to life” telling their chilling classic tales, while an underlying story of four friends in a Gothic Horror wax museum ties them all together. Perfect for Halloween, one act competitions, or in collaboration with English Lit teachers, this flexible, large cast play will delight audiences and actors alike.

The Con

Time: available as a  45 min one act or a 75 min full length 

Cast: 30+


In this hilarious heist who-dun-it, a rare first issue comic is up for grabs. Set in a Comic Con, this play consists of a series of vignettes, each with its own stand alone story depicting an aspect of Comic Con, while also furthering the underlying plot of a con in progress. There’s a bat-tactic hero clowning around with his foe in “The LARP Knight Rises”, a Mario Kart menace who loses it in more ways than one in, “A Plumber Cracks,” a D&D newbie who wants to let her inner gnome shine in, “The Ballad of Lena Moonfallen,” some costumed competitors who will stop at nothing to complete their quartet in, “Cosplaying With Fire” and much more! Keep your audience laughing, and guessing with this clever Comic Con caper!

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A Trip To The Moon

Time: about 120 minutes (or can be cut to any length)

Cast: flexible cast of 45+, Optional Doubling


Set in the transformative summer of 1969, A TRIP TO THE MOON tells the story of people reaching for their dreams…dreams of love, dreams of equality, dreams of the stars. Told around time of the moon landing, this vignette style play is comprised of 16 scenes, each named after an iconic song from 1969–from a girl trying to convince her parent to let her go to Woodstock in “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”, to a woman trying to get a job at NASA in “Bad Moon Rising,” to a soldier giving the new guy a reality check in “Fortunate Son” to a group of protestors showing a girl how to fight for what’s right in “Come Together”, to a party clown with her eyes on the horizon in “She Came in Through the Bathroom Window”, these scenes and more use humor and heart to teach us about who we once were, reflect on who we could be, and reminds us that to achieve the impossible, we must reach for the stars.

***Note that this script has been acquired by Dramatic Publishing and will be available in their catalog in 2023.  I can still email a perusal, but for licensing requests, email me and I will put you in contact with a customer service representative who can assist you.

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