Brendan Bourque-Sheil

BIOGRAPHY

Brendan Bourque-Sheil is a writer of plays and prose based in Houston, Texas where he serves as a Literary Associate and Playwright-in-Residence for The Landing Theatre Company. His plays have been produced by The Landing, Stages Repertory Theatre, and Death and Pretzels Theatre Company in Chicago. He's a frequent contributor to Houston's live storytelling show Grown-Up Storytime, and KPFT's So What's Your Story?  When he's not writing, he teaches playwriting for the Alley Theatre's Education Department, and for the Kinder High School of Performing and Visual Arts.

 

NOTE FROM PLAYWRIGHT

My plays usually live somewhere near the intersection of comedy and philosophy.

 

WEBSITE

https://brendanbourquesheil.wordpress.com

 

CONTACT

BBourqueSheil@gmail.com

 

LIST OF PLAYS

THE BOOK OF MAGGIE

BETWEEN TWO CAVES

UNCHARTED

 

NOTE FROM MonologueBank

Material purchased on this website may be utilized for personal, non-commercial use for auditions or educational purposes.  For all other inquiries concerning production, publication, reprinting or other types of use, contact the Writer directly at BBourqueSheil@gmail.com.

 

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A conspiracy theorist explains why he believes Hurricane Harvey was a lie.

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A podcast host recounts the story of a bizarre interview that has gotten her in a lot of trouble.

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Parker tries to convince podcast host (and old friend) Alex to feature his elaborate conspiracy theory about Hurricane Harvey on her show.

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St. Peter reprimands Judas for criticizing God without looking at the big picture.

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One famous biblical figure makes another famous biblical figure question the afterlife as he knows it.

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Pontius Pilate explains what Hell really is.

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A young woman delivers her suicide note to God.

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As a young woman recovers from a recent miscarriage, she has an epiphany while watching TV.

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Judas Iscariot and Pontius Pilate, afterlife frenemies in the eternal Inferno, are offered redemption if they can teach a suicidal woman the value of life—before the whole world goes to Hell.