Read Rich Rubin’s monologue from his full-length comedy-drama in Smith & Kraus’ upcoming Best Women’s Stage Monologues 2023.
GO PLAY OUTSIDE Playwright Profile:
Josie Seid haunts us with love, loss, and an unforgettable melody in “THE THING ABOUT LIGHTHOUSES.” Read all 25 plays in our anthology, out March 15, 2022, from Applause Books.
We’re here and so is Rubin
Rich Rubin’s monologue COVID’S HERE BUT SO ARE WE will be published in the upcoming anthology Drama in the Time of Covid from FlowerSong Press.
Watch our latest Sequestered Soliloquies
LineStorm teamed with Bag&Baggage Productions for our last edition of Sequestered Soliloquies for now!
Looking for great monologues?
Smith & Kraus will feature pieces by Dan Kitrosser and Sara Jean Accuardi in two publications: The Best Women’s Stage Monologues 2021 and The Best Men’s Stage Monologues 2021.
Rubin reminds us that COVID’S HERE BUT SO ARE WE
Fools Fury Theater is presenting Rich Rubin’s monologue in their annual Celebration Provocation Reading Roulette:
December 6, 2020 @ 5:00 p.m. PT
Send a “Special Delivery” with Bag&Baggage
Tune in for another SEQUESTERED SOLILOQUIES: a new 24-hour monologue festival, Sunday, September 20 @ 7 p.m.
Get ready for some “Spring Cleaning” with LP and B&B!
Josie Seid welcomes you HERE ON THIS BRIDGE: The -Ism Project
See her monologue, one of six from Theatre Diaspora, February 7-10 at PSU’s Lincoln Hall.
And read the excellent press in Oregon ArtsWatch: “But the tale that sticks with me most is the opener, Seid’s Being Me in the Current America. Being safe and being black, it may not come as a surprise, do not easily coexist.”