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Plays, Monologues & Scenes

Play: "Pages: A Library Tale"

Libraries and the books they hold play a vital role in our world. This one-act play explores a possible future where communities stop supporting libraries.

What would you do?

What can you do?


Performed at Springdale Free Public Library, Springdale, PA
July 28, 2015


Covered by local press:
Springdale library play 'Pages' envisions world without libraries.

Play: "Traffic Stop"

"Traffic Stop" is a short play which briefly examines various meanings of traffic. You can't always believe what your eyes tell you. It was published in the 2010 edition of Scrawl

Play: "Inquire Within"

Shopping for a new pet? You may want to avoid this particular pet shop. Why? To find out, you'll have to "Inquire Within." This one-act play was performed at the Westminster College One-Act Festival, April 9, 2010.

Scenes & Monologues
Foundation Theatre Camp

A variety of scenes and monologues were performed by high school students attending the Foundation Theater Camp at Westminster College in 2008. Among the titles were:

  • "Kid Free Me"

  • "Time Travel Computer"

  • "Principal"

  • In addition to these, "Wanting to Believe" was originally slated to be performed, but was removed from the program at the last minute due to parental censoring.

Monologue "Wanting to Believe"

Performed at a high school forensics competition in the "Serious Prose" division. Student was awarded 5/5 points and the judges commented "Wonderful Selection" in October 2008. 

Play "Why the Angels Sang"

A Christmas play performed by the youth of Neshannock Presbyterian Church 2002 in New Wilmington, PA

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