Script Shenanigans

RETREAT  (click for more)

a two act dramedy (4m, 3w)  

Wrongful incarceration is not just a prison problems. It shackles us all. Who gets exonerated? Who serves a life sentence? Insprired by a true story...until Curtis gets free, no one will. 

Dramatist Guild Member

RABBIT SUMMER  (click for more)

a two act tragicomedy (1m, 2w)

A quickfire examination of manhood vs. fatherhood, mass shootings vs. police brutality, Being Black vs. Being blue and love vs. need when a Black Supercouple exhaust their powers.

STANDING UP:  BATHROOM TALK & OTHER

STUFF WE LEARN FROM DAD  (click for more)

a one act solo 

Where death and stand-up converge, hilarity ensues!  A moonlighting waitress's old wounds can't be healed until she picks at the scabs. A comedy that kills.

DRAMATURGY, SCRIPT CONSULTING &             CONTENT CREATION
ADJUDICATOR FOR
Bay Area Playwrights Festival
National Black Theatre I AM SOUL Fellowship
The O'Neill Center Playwrights Conference
Bronx Council For the Arts Playwright Award
Bronx Council For the Arts Screenwriter Award
Urbanworld Film Festival
CONTENT CONSULTANT  -  EDITOR FOR
PopUp Plus (blog series content consultant)
Envision (meeting delivery content editor)
siegel + gale (Award ceremony content,                     meeting content editor)
Resume editing, speech consultant, storytelling
SCRIPT CONSULTATION  -  DRAMTURGY
References available upon request

TRIPLE THREATS  (click for more)

a two act musical (5m, 4w & large, non gender specific ensemble)

 

It's 1981. Can the misguided lives of a couple of career criminals give meaning to a struggling Black artist's vision to change the landscape of the American Theatre?

TEN - TWENTY MINUTE PLAYS

HOUSE OF A NEGRO. FUNNY...

(3 non gender specific actors)

Inspired by a legendary Black play, this commissioned ten positions three townhouse tenants together during the Covid pandemic.

 

POOR POSTURING

(1m, 2 w)

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

SACRIFICE

(2w)

Will we ever be an antiracial society?  Not if we're still expecting someone else to get us there.

 

Thrilled to be an inaugural member of American Theatre Group's PlayLab writers group of BIPOC and LBTGQIA+ voices. 

PERFORMER          PLAYWRIGHT         PERSON

TRACEY CONYER LEE