The Best Ten-Minute Plays 2018
(Smith and Kraus)
Three co-workers unmask and deal with a fellow employee who has been stealing other people's food from the company lunchroom.
A man comes to the realization that there isn't a single thing in the world that he really cares about, and his wife is able to explain this phenomenon to him as they enjoy
delicious cups of coffee.
The best husband in the world gives his wife the ultimate birthday present.
An epic battle for the future of humanity takes place in a brewpub between a woman who values knowing things and man who does not.
A chance encounter with a plate of blue cheese changes Aaron's life forever.
Thanks to a kind deed that he once performed, Judas Iscariot is allowed out of hell for one day every thousand years...and today is that day.
The Best New Ten-Minute Plays 2019 (Applause)
At a Fourth of July family gathering, brother and sister Paul and Tara stumble upon the truth regarding the internecine warfare between human beings thanks to the way
their Aunt Dorothy eats from a bowl of assorted nuts.
Three friends gather to memorialize a recently deceased friend, who died in somewhat
On a precarious ledge high above San Francisco Bay, a befuddled young man tries to understand what has happened to his life, then is joined by two passersby similarly confused about their lives.
The Best New Ten-Minute Plays 2020 (Applause)
A plumber making an emergency call at three in the morning gets into a dispute with his client over the true nature of heroism.
A lifelong factory rat decides to spend his last hour not on the line, but in the bar across the street.
A mother and daughter plan their annual Black Friday shopping excursion in a diner at four in the morning while being served by a waitress who is beyond tired.
The best wife in the world prepares to give her husband the greatest birthday present ever.
On his first day of work, a new cashier in a dollar store discovers the dark side of his job.
A man and a woman meet in a bar and get to know one another extremely well, extremely quickly.
A gay woman and a working-class man find themselves in the same hospital waiting room while their respective partners give birth elsewhere in the hospital.
To the consternation of his father, a young man receives a credit card application in the mail.
Two lonely co-workers are perfect for one another...if they can only change one thing about themselves.
Marie Chartier, Female (late 20s-30s)
The Best Women's Monologues from New Plays 2019
Dr. Watson, Male (30s-50s)
The Best Men's Monologues from New Plays 2019 Applause (2020)