Judith Pratt, Writer


(between 20 and 45 minutes)

BELLY LAUGHS: 4 women, any race

The Fat Lady, a.k.a. The Goddess Her Very Large Self, helps Alison stop obsessing about her weight and get a life.

--Production, Kitchen Theatre, Ithaca, NY, April 1998


2 women, 2 men, any race

Created to repair the computer that studies the earth's radiated surface, the Consolidating Informational Functionality Committee envelops every difficulty in a coating of corporate crap. A futuristic comedy that pits admini-speakers against a compulsive truth teller.

--Readings at:

----Last Frontier Theatre Conference

----Great Plains Theatre Conference

CORA'S MOUNTAIN: 3 women, 2 men, 1-2 any gender. Any race.

When the revolution comes to Cora's garden, she uses her unassuming magic to help the cause--and then to deal with the revolution's aftermath.

--Workshopped at the N'orEastern Playwrights' Showcase, Vermont Actors Repertory Theatre, May 2015

OBJECT LESSON (one act form, 2 women, 2 men, any race

with Susan Trausch

Bill of Bill's Antiques and Collectibles oversees the stuff obsessions of the people who come into his shop to buy, or sell, their stuff.

--Rehearsed reading by 3rd Floor Productions.

STUDYING WAR: 3 women. One is African American, one Asian American, one European American.

Three women, three races, three different times. All strangely gathered in a suburban back yard. All struggling with threats to their lives and families. Over hotdogs and beer, they figure out a way to survive.

--The Road Theatre, SPF6, 2015