American Theatre in the Twenty-First Century

American Theatre in the Twenty-First Century

Two of my plays are published in an exciting anthology, “American Theatre in the Twenty-First Century.”

The two short plays are entitled Party Planet and The Piece of Real Estate at the Top of the Tallest Building on Earth.

Theatre artists and playwrights from across the country joined together to assemble noteworthy, short theatrical pieces for an upcoming anthology of drama. Contributors include Baltimore actor Alexander Scally, Chicago writers Emma Rund and John Joseph Enright, and several other living playwrights. Edited by Shaun Vain, writer, actor, and thespian. Plays for this anthology were carefully selected by a review committee of theatre professionals from around the United States. Contributors plan to conduct interviews, virtual readings, and more.

Theatre and short plays represent society’s struggles to redefine itself, so Future Publishing House assembled this first anthology in their new series to meet this order. In Volume 1, a collection of short plays and scenes are presented in easily digestible form. Theatre professionals growing tired of reproducing the same work in the classroom and on stage will delight to find new ideas, insights, and styles of the twenty-first century from living playwrights. Many of the contributors are prepared to talk about their work leading up to the release of American Theatre in the Twenty-First Century. Readers should prepare to dissect themes, genres, and concepts that are crucial to the evolution of theatre in the American culture.