Two new plays told two different ways


A German lawyer in 1933 Hollywood tries to make Brigette Helm an American star.

Starring Effie Kammer

Written and Directed by John Rosenberg

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Rusty Ruby Ruby Rusty

A pardoned war criminal and an unregistered sex offender drink drinks at the Tucson Gem show in 1981.

A play told visually via the mail.

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“[John] Rosenberg is proving himself a master of the one-scene two-hander.” Read the Broad Street Review of Osceola by Josh Herren

A note for brave and intrepid actors: I can’t control what you do. Most of the time neither can you. Ignore stage directions. Ignore what you think I think it means. Someone will fuck up every time and that is great. It is funny when people have opinions. It is neat when you say something changes meaning depending on the reaction of someone else. It is funny when people mean the opposite of what they just said. It is funny when people tempt the fates. Just because you say something, doesn’t mean it has to be true. The more serious you take yourself, the funnier you sometimes can be. Let your pettiness and self-regard reign. When you are defensive and hurt, you have no idea what you are talking about. Just because you mean it one moment doesn’t mean you mean it the next. No one pays attention all the time. The more you can be yourself, the better.

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