James McLindon

BIOGRAPHY

James is a member of the Nylon Fusion Theatre Company in New York. His plays have been produced or developed at theaters across America including the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, Lark, PlayPenn, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, hotINK Festival, Irish Repertory, CAP21, Samuel French Festival, Victory Gardens, Hudson Stage Company, Abingdon, New Repertory, Lyric Stage, Detroit Rep, Great Plains Theatre Conference, Seven Devils, Telluride Playwrights Festival, Ashland New Plays Festival, Boston Playwrights Theatre, Colony Theatre, Theatricum Botanicum, Circus Theatricals, and Arkansas Rep. They have been published by Dramatic Publishing, Smith & Kraus and Original Works Publishing. 

In addition to plays, James has published numerous, humorous short pieces in, for example, Yankee Magazine and the Boston Phoenix, as well as lengthy, exceedingly non-humorous pieces in the Harvard Law Review and other legal journals.  He has also worked as a speechwriter for Presidents of the American Bar Association.

  

WEBSITE

jamesmclindon.com

 

CONTACT

jmclindon@gmail.com

 

LIST OF PLAYS

MAKING IT

PEOPLE II

DISTANT MUSICDramatic Publishing

DUSK (formerly, THE GARDEN OF DROMORE) – Original Works Publishing

A BRIEF HISTORY OF PENGUINS AND PROMISCUITY

HANDICAPPING

SALVATION (formerly, SAVING GRACE) – Sangam House

FAITH – Excerpt published by Smith and Kraus

FOR UNTO US

DEIRDRE OF THE SORROWS

CLOSURE - https://newplayexchange.org/plays/39438/closure

DEAD AND BURIED – Dramatic Publishing, Excerpt published by Smith and Kraus Best Women’s Stage Monologues in 2014

COMES A FAERY - https://newplayexchange.org/plays/53624/comes-faery

NOW

GOOD - https://newplayexchange.org/plays/39410/good

STORY OF MY LIFE. 



POOKA - Published: “Monologues for Kids” 2016.
 Ebenezer Creek and https://newplayexchange.org/plays/128981/pooka

WHEN HEROD CAME TO GEORGIA - https://newplayexchange.org/plays/128971/when-herod-came-georgia

Contact Writer for complete list of additional One-Act Plays and Monologues

 

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 jmclindon@gmail.com

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James McLindon

What if the only person who can absolve you is gone?

James McLindon

A man seeks forgiveness from the girl he hurt so long ago.

James McLindon

Every unrequited-love story has its unrequiting villain ... but what if he wanted forgiveness?

James McLindon

During a wedding sermon, weary Father Gallagher shares the not-so-comforting dream he had while on a recent flight.

James McLindon

Dispirited Father Gallagher offers up a rather bleak blessing for the young wedding couple standing in front of him.

James McLindon

Father Gallagher goes rogue in his new wedding sermon.

James McLindon

Father Gallagher, who is suffering from a crisis of faith, gives an irreverent wedding sermon.