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Knockout Mouse

By Gabriel Neustadt

A lab assistant discovers that the prominent neurobiologist he works for has fudged data on a major scientific paper. As Peter contemplates his next move, he seeks the advice of...

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Naming True

By Natalie Symons

Amy, a transgender teenage girl, shows up unannounced in the Florida motel room of Nell, a dying woman who’s lived much of her life on the streets of Detroit and...

Pankhurst: Freedom or Death

By Jeannine Grizzard

British suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst championed the fight for women’s right to vote as the most important of all causes, declaring: “We are on the greatest mission the world has ever...

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Science Night

By Stephanie Neuerburg

While serving detention for something she may or may not have done, Lauren and her science teacher realize they might be more similar than they think. Playwright Perspective I wrote...

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Silueta

By Chris Shelton, Diana Burbano, and Tom Shelton

Silueta is a two-person play inspired by the true story of Ana Mendieta, a Cuban-American performance artist and sculptor, whose life ended in a harrowing 34-story fall from the SoHo apartment...

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Tail of the Bell

By Gabriel Neustadt

Eric is a recent college graduate working as an SAT tutor to pay the bills. Tonight he arrives at the Tarzana home of one of his wealthy students but finds...

The Exceptionals

By Bob Clyman

For the past five years, a team of highly regarded scientists has been studying the development of “exceptional” children. To create these children, the team selected a small group of...

The Good Bet

By Bob Clyman

Mark, a respected moral philosopher, is convinced that people are fundamentally good. Ben, who investigates intellectual property theft, is equally convinced that every seeming act of kindness is simply a...

The Harder Courage

By Leslie Slape

Sheriff Ben Holmes arrests and ultimately hangs Robert Day for first-degree murder in this drama based on actual events of 1891-92. During eight months in jail, the talkative, emotional prisoner...

The Screenwriter Dies of His Own Free Will

By Jim Shankman

Willy Shotz is a brilliant and successful Hollywood screenwriter. Producers kill for his stylish violence and ironic sci-fi. But late-stage cancer has graced him with a new vision of art...

The Second Coming of Klaus Kinski

By Andrew Perez

Klaus Kinski is one of the most celebrated and controversial actors in the history of world cinema. The reckless abandon with which he approached both life and art left him...

The Worst Mother in the World

By Kari Bentley-Quinn

New mom Nina has a healthy baby boy, a loving husband…and is struggling with terrifying nightmares and anxiety attacks. Her therapist, Bonnie, is trying to help her discover how she...