Original Plays by Lara E. Morton
America's Daughters, an explosive and unflinching theatrical exploration of the issue of M.S.T. in the United States Armed Forces. (c) 2011, 2013
For perusal copy and production requests, please contact Lara Morton at .
The Awakening, a full-length stage adaptation of Kate Chopin's classic American feminist novel (1899)
(c) 1993, 2011
Licensing available directly through playwright for $150 per performance, $75 for a staged reading. For a perusal copy of the script for staged reading or full production consideration, please contact Lara Morton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Plays for Young Audiences
PRUDENCE CRANDALL, WOMAN OF COURAGE (c) 1998 Co-written with William H. Foster for a grant-funded collaboration between Young Audiences of Connecticut and The Anti-Defamation League of New Haven, CT, this solo piece about Connecticut's Official State Heroine Prudence Crandall toured CT secondary schools from 1998-2011 and spurred hundreds of exciting and productive discussions about diversity and the history of race relations in our state. Unfortunately, due to circumstances, it is not available for licensing.
BUZZ OFF! (c) 1995, 2011 Originally a puppet musical written in partnership with Robert Deluca (Music & Lyrics) for an anti-bullying and violence prevention project of the Peacetown Puppet Players in Binghamton, New York, Lara Morton revised this play for human actors ages 9-14 in 2011. 'Buzz Off!' is a touching story about a young boy named Artie who is having some trouble with a nasty bully by the name of Buzz. He gets advice on how to deal with the problem from some unlikely sources. Licensing of this play is available directly from the playwright for $100 per performance. For a perusal copy of the script for production consideration, please contact Lara Morton at email@example.com
Plays for Church Audiences
MY NAME IS JOB (c) 1995
My Name Is Job, a full-length modernized gospel play based upon The Bible's Book of Job.
Licensing available directly through playwright. $150 per performance. For a perusal copy of the script for staged reading or full production consideration, please contact Lara Morton at