Judith Pratt, Writer

ONE ACT PLAYS

(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


CONSOLIDATING INFORMATIONAL FUNCTIONALITY (or CIF):

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