Tell Us What You’re Doing We Want to Know How You’re Coping with the Pandemic: a play in one act, 2020.
Tell Us is a play for three performers that can be performed in a wide variety of settings and using numerous approaches to staging. The play is licensed under an Attribution 4.0 International license.
Moon-Crossed: a play in play with All’s Well That Ends Well, 2019.
Moon-Crossed reimagines the central plot of Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well as a means to examining the female monstrous in early modern drama, literature, and though. Why doesn’t Bertram like Helena? Because she’s a werewolf. But as he learns, she’s of a very noble line of werewolves. She saves the King of France, he learns a bit more about werewolves, and they both come to a new understanding of each other. Read more about the play here. Moon-Crossed is available under a Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 International license. Anyone can perform the work for free without my permission; if you want to stage a commercial performance, please contact me for a standard contract at kendraleonard at pm dot me. If you or your class decide to put it on, in whole or in part, please let me know.