Script Shenanigans

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RETREAT

a full length play (4m, 3w)

Wrongful incarceration is more than a prison problem. When justice fails us, we all do time. Can we be exonerated from the prison of our minds?

RABBIT SUMMER

a full length play (1m, 2w)

Can the price for freedom ever be paid in full?  A timely exploration of manhood, guns, policing the police and the black American family.

TRIPLE THREATS

a two act musical (5m, 5w & ensemble)

 

Can the misguided lives of a couple of career criminals give meaning to a struggling artist's vision to change the landscape of American Theatre?

STANDING UP:  BATHROOM TALK & OTHER STUFF WE LEARN FROM DAD

a solo

Where death and stand-up converge, hilarity ensues!  Old wounds can't be healed until you pick at the scabs.

POOR POSTURING

a ten (1m, 2 w)

When a well meaning white professor helps a Black student to succeed, the only way to win is to lose.

RETREAT is in development at National Black Theatre as part of their I AM SOUL Playwright Fellowship. After 3 new draft table reads and 2 29 hour workshops RETREAT will receive a fully produced workshop directed by Zhailon Levingston in April 2020.

 

RABBIT SUMMER was a 2018 finalist for the Princess Grace Award and will receive its Chicago premiere at award winning Redtwist Theatre, directed by Christopher Burris, in Feb/Mar 2020. 

 

TRIPLE THREATS, a new musical in development with book & lyrics by Tracey Conyer Lee and music by Nehemiah Luckett, was a 2018 finalist for Live & In Color's Bingham Theatre Camp Retreat. Our ten song submission demo has been produced, voiced by powerhouses working on and off Broadway, Stay tuned for upcoming development news. 

Member:  DGA, NNPN/NPX

POTLUCK (pilot)

a one hour tv drama series

Being different is cool...unless different's at your dinner table calling you "Mom".

DANGLING PROPOSITIONS

a full length play (2m, 3w)

In the age of marching in pink vagina hats can a rabid feminist honor both her femaleness and her womanhood before #TimesUp?

ACTOR  SINGER  PLAYWRIGHT

TRACEY CONYER LEE

TRACEY CONYER LEE