Plays and playwrights of BTM XXI

in Blog, Boston Theater Marathon XXI, new plays, short plays
March 12th, 2019

Here is the official list of playwrights and plays selected for Boston Theater Marathon XXI—mark your calendar for Sunday, May 19!

Sorry Ass Block Party by Cynthia Faith Arsenault and Jeni Mahoney

To Talk Turkey by Daniel Blanda

The Men’s Room by Steven Bogart

Everything Goes Awry by John Bowker

Diagnosis by Charles Bradley

The Premature Burial by Danyele Brickner

The Interview by Alan Brody

One-on-One by Elaine Brousseau

The Trumpiad by Robert Brustein

Game Changer by Kay Ellen Bullard

Wordplay by Kevin Cirone

Closet by Patrick Cleary

Bubble, Bubble by Tom Coash

The Kitty Bomb by Kevin Daly

Aether by William Donnelly

Meeting with Management by Stephanie Eisemann

For Whom the Yell Tolls by James C. Ferguson

Fake News by L.H. Finigan

Payday by Chris Flaherty

The Door by Peter M. Floyd

Hot Love in the Moonlight by Patrick Gabridge

Sobbing, Weeping, Wailing—A Love Story by Gary Garrison

The Campaign by Ken Green

Gagtime! by Richard Grossman

Whoa Means No by Erik Christian Hanson

Sour Diesel by Charles Hertz

School by Greg Hovanesian

Locker Room Talk by John J King

Just Give Me a Minute by Susan Kosoff

The Trouble with Maisie by Greg Lam and Walt McGough

Remember Me by Christopher Lockheardt

A Departure by Grant MacDermott

Lock Down by Christine Marglin

Stew by K. Alexa Mavromatis

Put Asunder by James McLindon

Banana Gun by Mary McNulty

Closing Doors by John Minigan

The Dual by Jack Neary

The Lesson by Ronan Noone

A Garnet in the Rough by Cliff Odle

Stiletto Envy by Eliana Pipes

Catching Lemons by Michael Pisaturo

Siriusly by Tyler Prendergast

Nematodes by Ron Radice

Nine Minutes Twenty-Two Seconds by Eric Henry Sanders

Visions of an Eagle atop a Cactus Eating a Snake by Andrew Sianez-De La O

Think Like a Man by Marisa Smith

No One Talks About It: A Lactation Play by Cassie M. Seinuk

You Didn’t Say That by Ellen Davis Sullivan

The Stand by Caity-Shea Violette