NEW SHOWS ALSO IN DEVELOPMENT AND BEING CONVERTED TO DIGITAL FORMAT
If you are interested in a title please email ericstedman @ aol.com for further information. Some of the titles below have not yet been workshopped and we would be happy to consider your proposal for working with us on these new scripts.
Voices of the Great War
A moving 90-minute musical revue composed entirely of songs and poetry from the most-musicalized and mythologized war ever, which alas was not the “war to end all wars” that people hoped for but instead the war that defined all future ones. Also includes authentic excerpts from literature soldiers were expected to read and letters from the front in the Argonne Forest by a soldier who was present. Features a cast of three American soldiers, who are followed from home to Europe and all the way to the battlefield, two British soldiers, their wives, fiancees, and family members, an African soldier in the French army, and a mysteriously seductive French tavern girl named Marie. Produced at the Chandler Hall Stage.
By Eric Stedman
Performed in New Hope, Pa. and Fall River, Massachusetts to sellout crowds, this full-length two act VERY dark and grim “docu-mystery” reveals the truth about what happened at 92 Second Street in Fall River in 1892 through use of actual inquest testimony and accurate re-creations of the settings of one of the most legendary “unsolved” murders in American history.
Straight play which follows the story of Mary Shelley’s original novel and sticks to its original prominent themes of abandonment and revenge and ends up in a duel to the death between “master” and his abandoned “child” unborn of woman. Yes, William, Ernest and Justine are all in the cast! Includes one elaborate special effects scene with electrical sparking and fire effects.