Margaret Dulaney's plays - and essays - are filled with humor and invention and an abiding concern about the planet and how we and it can survive together. I first came to know Margaret as a neighbor, but have since gotten to know her as a writer. I recommend her in both regards.
Published by Samuel French
Produced by the Lambs Theater, New York
Nominated for Susan Smith Blackburn prize
Workshopped Actors Theatre Louisville
"Brings lovable southern eccentrics to life in a play that moves effortlessly between the . . . flamboyantly funny . . . [and the] profoundly sad." N.Y. Newsday.
Fern, an agoraphobic, struggles with her neurosis, as her neighbors crowd her out the door with their own.
A comedy in two acts (three females, one male)
Reading New Jersey Playwright's Theatre
An American couple, visiting the Alps, accidentally calls down several confused angels.
A comedy in two acts (three females, two males)
Charlotte Rep. New Play Fest. Finalist
Five characters wrestle with mortality in a small Italian pensione.
A dark comedy/drama in two acts (two females and three males)
First reading, Samuel Beckett Thr. '95
with, Frances Sternhagen, Anne Pitoniak
Three siblings entertain St. Peter.
A comedy in two acts (three females, one male, all in their seventies)
Quintero Theater NYC
Prof. Reading, Bay Street Theatre, NY.
Winner of the Berrilla Kerr Award
A famous television actress attempts to run away from Hollywood.
A comedy in two acts (two females, three males)
Professional reading People’s Light and Theater Company
An allegory of the Cuban/American relationship. A love affair.
Comedy in two acts. (Two females, three males)
A family of sour people encounter an opportunity to sweeten.
A comedy in two acts (three females and two males) (three in their seventies)
(Adapted for the stage from the novel by Charles Dickens)