United Solo 2014
CHILDREN ARE FOREVER (ALL SALES ARE FINAL!) by Julia Jackson
A mixed-race lesbian couple wants to adopt a baby. The one saving grace is that the waiting time for adopting a black child is six months instead of the two years it takes for a white baby. Until...
GOOD ENOUGH by Matthew LaBanca
In an attempt to avoid the judgment of others, Matthew strives only to be good, successful, and perfect, but living this "right" life creates a high level of anxiety and an ache for true authenticity.
HEALTH INSURANCE by Kris Kling
Faced with an audience looking for a show, an actor forced onstage initially stalls then gives way to a comic downward spiral of identity crisis, loss, and human connection.
LOST IN LVOV by Sandy Simona
The play brings to life several generations of an educated Jewish family as it transitions from the former Soviet Union to a new life in America, which is often overwhelming, often hilarious, always meaningful.
SALVE REGINA: A COMING OF GAY STORY by Javier Rivera
Born in Puerto Rico to an ultra-religious mother and a domineering father is not easy, especially when it’s likely you are a big Queen...thank God for Madonna.
SILENT WITNESSES by Stephanie Satie
How do cataclysmic events affect personal lives? Based on interviews and conversations with child survivors of the Holocaust, Silent Witnesses paints an uplifting portrait of human resilience shaped through the eyes of children and infused with the wisdom of the adults they’ve become.
STEALING SAM by Steven Gallagher
Sam and Jimmy have been best friends for more than twenty five years and they are supposed to be facing “gay middle age” together. When Sam dies, it’s up to Jimmy to plan their final picnic together.
THAT'S ALL I GOT by Addie Walsh
Addie lets it all hang out as she offers up her wacky journey to be creative and start anew as a divorced baby boomer and retired soap opera writer with an empty nest, too much time on her hands and too many poodles…still haunted by her twilighty-zoned-out dysfunctional family.
VOICES FROM THE RESISTANCE by Pippa White
Stories of ordinary people who fought the underground war against Hitler, leading Jews to freedom, rescuing Allied soldiers, printing newspapers, risking their lives every day to do what they could to cripple the Third Reich.
WOODY'S ORDER! by Ann Talman
How do you live your own life and destiny as a Broadway actress when you are Woody's Order, "conjured" by your beloved nonverbal, cerebral palsied brother Woody and told often by your parents that: "You have a destiny, Miss Ann, to be thy brother's keeper in case anything ever happens to mommy or daddy..."
Outstanding scripts from the 5th annual edition of the largest festival of solo performance in the world