Hoboken, NJ is the birthplace of baseball, and since 2003, MST has commissioned playwrights to write short works about America’s favorite pastime, resulting in 54 plays finding their way onto stages across America, and many published in The Baseball Plays by Playscripts, Inc.
Featuring work by Suzanne Bradbeer, Bekah Brunstetter, Eric Conger, Oded Gross, John Kolvenbach, Robert Lyons, and Lia Romeo.
Featuring work by Brooke Berman (Helen Merrill Award Winner), Eric Conger (Walnut Street Theatre), Edith Freni (Steppenwolf Theatre), Jay Koepke (O’Neill National Playwrights Finalist), Neil LaBute (Broadway, Reasons to Be Pretty), Jon Marans (Pulitzer Finalist), and Mat Smart (McKnight Advancement Grant).
Featuring work by Peter Ackerman, Emmy-winning writer John Ford Noonan, Jefferson Award-winner Jeffrey Sweet, Tommy Nohilly, multi-award winning playwright Ken Weitzman, Helen Merrill Playwriting award winner Deborah Zoe Laufer, and Josh Levine.
Featured new work by Jenny Lyn Bader, Brian Dykstra, Michael Jon Garces, Alex Gherardi, Matthew Lawler, Raymond McAnally, and Candido Tirado.
Featured new work by Constance Congdon, Andrew Dolan, Richard Dresser, Lisa Huberman, David Magee, Itamar Moses, and Chris O’Connor.
Featured new work by William Burton Henline, Rand Higbee, Robin Rice Lichtig, Jay Rehak, Donna Spector, Heather Woodbury, and Anna Ziegler.
For the 6th Stretch we presented a selection of favorite baseball plays from years past, called The All-Star Edition.
Featured new work by Stuart Flack, Joseph Gallo, Demetra Kareman, Sunil Kuruvilla, Neil Labute, Ellen Margolis, and Dominic Taylor.
Featured new work by Karen Hartman, Jiffy Ieun, Sunil Kuruvilla, Jenny Levison, Eduardo Machado, Brett Williams, and Craig Wright.
Featured new work by Mike Batistick, Steven Dietz, Richard Dresser, Dano Madden, Melanie Marnich, Rogelio Martinez, and Theresa Rebeck.
Featured new work by Anthony Clarvoe, Michael John Garcés, Peter Hanrahan, Elisabeth Karlin, Warren Leight, Katt Lissard, and Saïd Saryrafiezedeh.
Featured new work by Lee Blessing, Stephen Gnoweski, Ann Noble, Charlie Peters, Steven Sapp and Gamal Gasten, Crystal Skillman, and Craig Wright.