LINDA KAMPLEY

– Linda Kampley

MEMBER:

  • Dramatists GuildDramatists Guild
  • SAG-AFTRA
  • Actors Equity Association
  • ARTC (American Renaissance Theater Company)
  • Poets and Writers

EMAIL:

lindaplusjz@gmail.com

PLAYS WRITTEN:

FULL LENGTHS

  • VISITORS’DAY
  • FASTENED TO THE MOON
  • ALMOST OPHELIA
  • WHICH WAY DID THEY GO or MARGART’S DAYDREAM
  • SOMETIMES MY FEARS

 One-Acts and short plays

  • COLOR OF THE EVENING SKY
  • SMALL TALK (with YouthPLAYS.com)
  • IT’S GOOD TO SEE YOU
  • GIRLS (with YouthPLAYS.com)
  • WE’RE SAFE HERE
  • THE CONFESSION
  • SLEEPWALKER TIME (Performed at ARTC)
  • ALL IN A DAY’S WORK
  • A LITTLE TIME IN THE MORNING
  • A NICE VISIT
  • TROMBONE or MODERN ROMANCE
  • THE LAMP  (Performed at ARTC and Equity Library Theater Summer Festival 2017)
  • THE WRONG CARD (Performed in NYShorts Festival 2017 in New York City)

COLLECTION OF MONOLOGUES

  • BEAUTIFUL IN HATS

PRODUCTIONS:

SLEEPWALKER TIME 

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Kam Metcalf and Nick Garr in SLEEPWALKER TIME a one-act play by LINDA KAMPLEY; presented as part of American Renaissance Theater Company’s WinterWorks 2016 festival of New One Act Plays. Photos by Michele Becker

PRODUCTIONS (Continued)

West Coast Ensemble: “The Color of the Evening Sky” in Los Angeles, CA; St Clements Church: “The Color of the Evening Sky”, Soupstone Productions in New York City; St. James Playhouse, “The Color of the Evening Sky” in New York City; St. Clements Church, “Small Talk”, Soupstone Productions, New York City; “The Lamp” at ARTC Winter Series 2017 and EQUITY LIBRARY THEATER Summer Festival 2017; “The Wrong Card” Performed in NYShorts Summer Festival 2017  

READINGS

WHICH WAY DID THEY GO or MARGARET’S DAYDREAM, Part of Friday Night Footlights at the Frederick Loewe Room,  in New York City, with Zach Grenier, Kate Kearney-Patch, Richmond Hoxie and Bonnie Black; VISITORS’ DAY, Part of UP Theater Company’s Dead of Winter Reading Series.

PUBLISHED

BEAUTIFUL in HATS: A Collection of Monologues for Women (ages 20-85); Available on Amazon.com

POETRY PUBLISHED IN: Aileron; Ally; Bristlecone; Connecticut River Review; Cream City Review; DeKalb Library Arts Journal; Galley Sail; Images Inlet; Loughouse; NRG; Onthebus; Panhandler; Pembroke Magazine; Poet & Critic; Proof Rock; Ripples; Soundings East; Three Mile Harbor Review; Voices International; Waterway; Whiskey Island; Widner Review; Windfall; Without Halos; Rooster Review; Xanadu; Yellow Butterfly; Z Miscellaneous