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Laurie’s short plays include B Movie, The Building, At the Hotel Texas, Better than Steve & Eydie, The Brine, The Incredible Egg, The Right Side of Love, All My Problems, Telephone Call for Francine Stein, Love in the Time of Recession, The Shiksa Syndrome and Charlie & Flo. She and her collaborator are currently seeking a home for The Pet Project, a musical about pet loss, with Music/Lyrics by Nancy Shayne and Book by Laurie.

The fifty new plays in this volume include Laurie Graff’s, At the Hotel Texas, that follows two sisters on the morning of November 23, 1963, working and scheming at their jobs at the Hotel Texas in Fort Worth.


This volume of ten-minute plays produced during the 2015-2016 theatrical season includes the 2-character piece, 
The Incredible Egg by Laurie Graff about a Manhattan couple trying to conceive by using egg whites.


Culled from several hundred, this volume of terrific ten-minute plays includes the
4-character, All My Problems by Laurie Graff, a soapy-send up of when All My Children went off the air.

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These sixty-one new monologues of original material speak to all audiences. Told in a woman's authentic voice, Laurie Graff’s A Day in the Death of Sheldon Wasserman, talks of a marriage gone... awry.


This collection includes two monologues from both men in Laurie Graff’s 3-charater one-act, Charlie & Flo, about a widow, her son and his shop teacher that takes place in the Bronx, circa 1965.

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