FLAG GIRLS

Boston Theatre Marathon, 2000-2007
Kate Snodgrass, artistic director
Boston University Playwrights Theatre

Synopsis: Waiting back stage to go on for the Memorial Day ceremony at the turn of the century, 6 teenage girls, wrapped and trapped in the American flag, fight their own Civil War. Published by Baker's Plays.

DRESS RIGHT

Boston Theatre Marathon, 2000-2007
Kate Snodgrass, artistic director
Boston University Playwrights Theatre

Synopsis: A comic look at Civil War re-enactors and the unexpected power of dressing up and the imagination. Published by Baker's Plays and COMPOST Magazine.

THE HEART OF AN EMPEROR

Boston Theatre Marathon, 2000-2007
Kate Snodgrass, artistic director
Boston University Playwrights Theatre

Synopsis: A farcical autopsy of the Emperor Napoleon.

UNIVERSAL SOLDIER

Boston Theatre Marathon, 2000-2007
Kate Snodgrass, artistic director
Boston University Playwrights Theatre

Synopsis: Somewhere in the Middle East, 2 young boys try to cross a minefield.


LOST AT SEA

Performed as part of Fifteen Minutes at Midway at Tulane University, New Orleans, 2005

Synopsis: June 4, 1942: Torpedo Squadron 8, off the USS HORNET, attacked the Japanese carriers off Midway. Flying old, slow aircraft armed with defective torpedoes and lacking fighter cover, they were all shot down without inflicting any damage on the enemy. But by attracting the attention of the Japanese combat air patrol, their sacrifice made possible the success of the American dive bombers that arrived overhead minutes later, to devastate the Japanese carriers Akagi, Kaga, and Soryu, bringing victory at the famous battle at Midway.

THE LIFE YOU SAVE

Boston Theatre Marathon, 2000-2007
Kate Snodgrass, artistic director
Boston University Playwrights Theatre

Synopsis: A monologue about a girl trying to save her mother's life.

EINSTEIN + THE ANGELS

Boston Theatre Marathon, 2000-2007
Kate Snodgrass, artistic director
Boston University Playwrights Theatre

Synopsis: In a post-apocalyptic world, 2 teenagers search for love, connection, and something to believe in.

Published in "2008: The Best 10 Minute Plays for 2 Actors," Smith and Kraus, L.R. Harbison, editor