Where individuality comes to play
GOLIATH by Chad Chenail
Goliath is a modern adaptation of a Norwegian folktale entitled "The Boy Who Found Fear At Last". After his grandmother refuses to let him go to public school because she is afraid of what the outside world will do to him, 9 year old David decides to sneak out after his grandmother goes to bed to find what fear looks like. Along the way he solves the problems of four New York City adults who have unknowingly let fear control their lives.
THE REAL LIFE by Phillip Mutz
The lines between TV and reality are blurred when former reality TV star Andrew finds himself
hearing the voice of a TV producer directing his life. Adopting a fast-paced, quick-witted,
dialogue-driven tone, The Real Life is a comedy for the tech-savvy, Facebook-loving audience of
today. The piece is directed by Phillip Fazio.
MANCHILD by Andre Jermaine Ford
MANChild is a play about choice. The ability to make decisions when you feel empowered to or not and what you are willing to use in order to get what you want. The story begins when Admirer comes upon a potential lover on an inner city street corner. As he glances upon this male Adonis of color, he begins to contemplate the current life story of the man he admires. He lyrically investigates the rumors of how MANChild is a lover of both men and women. But is the love that MANChild gives, a love that is given freely or one that he sells in order to survive the only way he knows how?
BAD ROMANCE: THE MUSICAL by Brett Temple
Bad Romance: The Musical is based on the music of Lady Gaga. When Phonoi the spirit of murder
and death is ordered to kill all of the mortals in bad romances, trouble starts. Philophrosyne, the
spirit of friendliness and welcome, comes upon Phonoi killing mortals she questions his actions.
He explains to her that Aphrodite made the world balanced so every woman has her own man.
And that he must kill the people who are in "bad romances". Once the spirits are turned mortal,
the fun really begins.
WHAT WE BURY by Shannon Deep*
Jake and Vince carry on a tenuous and secretive romantic relationship in college. After Vince
meets and marries Jake’s childhood best friend Darcy, both men are forced to pretend nothing
ever happened—that is, until Darcy and Vince contact him out of the blue several years later
to ask for his help.
*Play selected to be developed and mentored by Identity Theater Co. and presented again.
BORN THIS WAY by Nicholas Linnehan
Born This Way is a one act play inspired by the painting of Dumbo Squid by Robert Claude
Fundis. This play channels the struggle of an all American football star who is hiding a
secret. Through laughter and Tears those who love him the most battle their own feelings
to try to find acceptance and love. Born This Way asks; How far would you go to find your
THE COST OF EDUCATION by Mathew Nicholson
Summit Matthews and Hayden Daniels explore the complexities of the student/professor
relationship as they assess the true cost of their education in one final mind-bending
DOWN THIS ROAD by Rori Nogee
Jett, once an "almost" rockstar, now finds herself settled into an unsettling suburban life
with her strait-laced husband, Greg, and one year old daughter. Her world is shaken up
by her biggest fan, Chloe, who is now herself a commercially successful singer. Chloe
arrives at Jett's house under the guise of working with Greg on her touring campaign.
However, Chloe has hidden motives that threaten to tear apart Jett's family, while Jett
has some secrets of her own. When the truth surfaces, Jett must decide whether she
believes in responsibility or freedom, fate or free will.
50 THINGS I LOVE ABOUT FRANK by Gaspare DiBlase
The Stampoli's are your typical Italian American family living in Brooklyn New York in
the year 2009. We meet Frank, the son of John and Josephine Stampoli, a twenty-year-old
young man strugglingto find himself, due to the complexities of being gay in a not so
contemporary family. Frank searches for himself through his first encounter with love and
heartbreak while dealing with his over-protective mother, a father straight from Sicily with
religious and political beliefs so different from his own, while still trying to maintain a friendship with Nadine, a high school friend. Frank is ultimately put to the test when he has to succumb to letting go of Anthony, his first love. Here we see a family, a friend, and lovers evolve through laughter, love and many heart wrenching moments, while coming to terms with their own truths.
MIXED MESSAGES by Anton Spivack
RED SKY/YELLOW SUN by Monica Trausch
DARLING by Erika Jenko
PERFECT by Sheila Griffin
INHERITANCE by Regina Robbins
THE SPOT by Michael Griffo
MARGOT by Chad Riley
H... by Megan Minutillo
A SONG I FORGOT TO SING by Rob Rosiello
THE JOYS OF PREGNANCY by Laura McKellar
CONSENT by Frank J. Avella
ANGELS IN AMERICA by Tony Kushner*
*Benefit performance for artists going to teach theater to 3rd world nation children
THE STARS OF LUBOVNA by Nicholas Linnehan
QUICK CHANGE by Ali Viterbi
ARCHAEOLOGY by Sam Hood Adrain
IMAGINE LAUGHTER by Tobi Lee Sigon
JOANIE by Hannah D. Scott
IT'S NOT MY DECISION by Wolf C.R
HOLY NAME by Michael Eichler
WHEN OCTOBER GOES by Ross Hewitt
L.A. UNIFIED by David Newer
MAKING A SCENE by Jack G Hyman
BOYMAN VS. THE GREEN VEIL by Wes Seals
AGAINST THE GRAIN by Leodis Smith
IDENTITY by Nicholas Linnehan
TRIO OF PLAYS by Melissa Maney
FACE IT by Jonathan Galvez
WHACKED by Kalen Feeney
THE TAMPON PLAY by Hope Weiner
JOSEPHINE by Nick DeSimone
DICKENS AND TREEN by Nick DeSimone
CHARETTE by Steve Fogelman
OCCUPY ME TOO by Nicholas Linnehan
FACTORY TREASURE by Amy Oesteicher