Upcoming and Recent Events


November 3, 2018


Sonoma Country Day School

Santa Rosa, CA


August 28 - September 1, 2018

Jack Studio Theatre

London, UK

(British Theatre Challenge)

Psych Nick

May 18-19, 2018

Mendocino College Festival of New Plays

Ukiah, CA


March 2-11, 2018

6th Street Playhouse

Santa Rosa, CA


October 20 & 21, 2017

Stockwell Playhouse

London, UK

(British Theatre Challenge)

Crisis of Character

October 13 - 15, 2017

Durango Arts Center

Durango, CA

Thank You!

Thanks to those of you who came out to see”2045” as part of It’s All Relative – it was great seeing a sold-out theater on some of those nights (but we learned, never compete against the Oscars). I was blessed with a talented and curious cast, an insightful and fearless director, and three fellow writers who selflessly helped in the development process. It’s been the highlight of my writing career thus far, and I’m now working on extending it to a full-length version. 

I’ve been lucky to have had over 30 professionally produced productions of my plays. Most of those have gone through a submission process in which my script sits alongside as many as 1000 others, and competes for perhaps seven slots in a festival. I’m grateful to the theaters that have staged my work, and others have been gracious in understandably opining that there were other plays that they felt were a better fit. But, increasingly, more theaters are becoming rude and obnoxious, refusing to even acknowledge the submission, and providing no information about the status of the process (pssst – a group email to all the playwrights would take 15 minutes). Hence, for the past six months, I’ve been only sending my work to theaters who’ve been supportive in the past, and investing more time in creating new plays. You’ll see fewer new productions listed here, but my hope is I’ll raise the level of engagement in my writing.

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Scott Lummer