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Second Scene Editions (Imprint)

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Seesaw

Charla is the new girl at school, nervous about her shabby clothes and mourning her parents' break-up. Paige, Charla's new friend, is only concerned with fashion, gossip, and her good-looking boyfriend, ...

Chasing the Money

Playwright Dennis Foon spoke widely with teens who gamble. "They told me wild, wonderful adrenaline-pumping tales of their highs," he says. "The lows were another story, not crumpling quietly into themselves, ...

Finger of Fate

By Tom Hendry
Subjects: Rural Settings
Casting: 2 f, 3 m

Farmers Marvin and Alvin are struggling with the idea of cashing in, selling out. and taking off for Florida. Meanwhile, Curly wants a big white wedding, but Janine isn't so sure she's ready to settle ...

Drag Queens in Outer Space

By Sky Gilbert
Subjects: LGBT/Queer Theatre, Comedy, Ontario Playwrights
Casting: 3 m
Duration: 90 minutes

The Drag Queens returns in this follow-up to the stellar Drag Queens on Trial.

Suzie Goo: Private Secretary

Suzie Goo works for Corporeal Can Inc. in the early 1960s. As a modern-day career gal, the last thing she has time for is her "hands on" boss, Vincent Bag. When Suzie takes matters into her own hands, ...

Drag Queens on Trial

By Sky Gilbert
Subjects: Comedy, Ontario Playwrights, LGBT/Queer Theatre
Casting: 3 m
Duration: 90 minutes

On the witness stand the Drag Queens reveal fantastic romantic lives; in their dressing room they are cruelly oppressed by straight culture. Which is real?

Office Hours

It's a Friday afternoon in the big city and, in six different offices, six different stories are unfolding at the same time. However, they are all connected somehow, from the figure skater on the ledge, ...

The Gwendolyn Poems

From her meteoric rise to her final unravelling in the grips of alcoholism, we meet a Gwendolyn with a contagious wit, a brave heart, and an endless capacity for self re-invention.

Self-Help

A married pair of second-rate theatre actors cast themselves as nationally renowned self-help gurus. Their lives unravel in a farce as they try to conceal a body and hold on to their falsely won fame.

Counter Offence

By Rahul Varma
Subjects: South Asian Canadian Playwrights, Quebec Playwrights
Casting: 3 f, 5 m
Duration: 80 minutes

In this play, Rahul Varma has skilfully counterpointed the issues of racism and spousal abuse to show how the intersection of the two can be used to confound and mislead the public, while the Establishment ...