Wesley Sondheim and Lee Waldhart in Broom Street Theatre's production of A CONTEST OF WILLS, 2018
Plays by Coleman
Coleman's plays are available for reading at https://newplayexchange.org/users/17426/coleman
Two acts, four men, four women
A random discovery engulfs the world in a new religion.
A brother disrupts his sister's creation.
A high-speed riff on religion, gullibility, ambition and family.
Two acts, six female actors (5 black, 1 white)
Premiered October, 2018 at Madison's Bartell Theatre, produced by Strollers Theatre
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A CONTEST OF WILLS
Two acts, 3 women, 2 men, race neutral
Premiered in June, 2018 at Madison's Broom Street Theatre
Coleman's answer to the decay in civil society.
A son and a mother betray a father who betrayed them both first.
A dark comedy of greed, lust and murder
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Produced by Forward Theatre at Madison's Overture Center, 2019
Produced by Buffalo United Artists, 2019
ENOUGH TROUBLE IN THE WORLD
Produced by Forward Theatre at Madison's Overture Center, 2016-2017
Produced by Iowa State University, 2017
Produced by Dog Story Theater, 2019
Produced by Forward Theatre at Madison's Overture Center, 2014-2019
Published by Vassar Review, 2020
Produced by Arcitext Theatre, Chicago- 2018
THE KUSH REPORT
Produced by Arcitext Theatre, Chicago- 2019
Produced by Next Day Theater, New York - 2020
THE SUN GOES DOWN
Produced by Quaranstream Theatre (Normal Ave), NYC- 2020
Produced by Fablework Theater, London - 2020
Published by Joseph Weinberger Plays, London - 2020
Published by Bracken Magazine, Seattle, 2020
14 short plays that answer the question, if E.A. Poe were alive today, what would he write?
Produced by Alley Stage in 2010 and 2011.
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Two Acts, 4 actors (Race neutral, gender neutral)
Inspired by the true story of Iowa teacher, Jane Elliot, Class is a disturbing and comic exploration of the dark side of being human.
Produced by Alley Stage in 2008
Produced by Broom Street Theatre in 2012.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
Coleman's one-actor adaptation of Charles Dickens' famous classic.
Produced by University of Wisconsin / Platteville 2004
Produced by Orchard Lawn, 2004, 2006
Produced by Alley Stage, 2007, 2010
THE DIARY OF WILLIAM STEPHENS
One Act - 60 minutes
For one actor and musicians
Produced by the Cornish Festival, 2006
Produced by the Heritage Players, 2009
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