|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|Audubon's Rifle - John James Audubon||Elizabeth Gordon||
For John James Audubon, his greatest joy and ambition is painting beautiful pictures of birds, but to do so he must, literally, destroy the very creatures he loves.
|LET ME COUNT THE WAYS - Aretino||Martín Zimmerman||
Pietro Aretino, a 16th Century libertine poet, explains how a bastard can bring Rome’s nobles to their knees.
|ODOR OF SANCTITY Full Length Play||Christopher Grosso||
Father Simms is a young, good looking priest, living in Philadelphia. He’s also a liar.
|THE FRENCHY BERNADONE SHOW - Lepers - Frenchy||John L. Gronbeck-Tedesco||
Frenchy, also known as Saint Francis, speaks of the lessons he learned from lepers.
|THE FRENCHY BERNADONE SHOW - Love Is... - Frenchy||John L. Gronbeck-Tedesco||
Frenchy, also known as Saint Francis, speaks of the true nature of love.
|THE UNREQUITING - A Penance - Man||James McLindon||
What if the only person who can absolve you is gone?
|THE UNREQUITING - In Memoriam - Man||James McLindon||
A man seeks forgiveness from the girl he hurt so long ago.
|THE UNREQUITING (Extended Version)||James McLindon||
Every unrequited-love story has its unrequiting villain ... but what if he wanted forgiveness?
|THE WEDDING SERMON - Clarity - Father Gallagher||James McLindon||
During a wedding sermon, weary Father Gallagher shares the not-so-comforting dream he had while on a recent flight.
|THE WEDDING SERMON - Father Gallagher||James McLindon||
Dispirited Father Gallagher offers up a rather bleak blessing for the young wedding couple standing in front of him.
|THE WEDDING SERMON - I've Crafted a New One - Father Gallagher||James McLindon||
Father Gallagher goes rogue in his new wedding sermon.
|THE WEDDING SERMON (Extended Version)||James McLindon||
Father Gallagher, who is suffering from a crisis of faith, gives an irreverent wedding sermon.