More From Matthew Everett

Short Plays Volume 1 By Matthew Everett
eBook (PDF): $4.00
Download immediately.
This volume includes the short plays - “The Bronze Bitch Flies At Noon” - What Jonathan wants for a college graduation present is to lose his virginity. With David - the frat boy he... More > shares a lab station with in chemistry class. - “All Hallows' Eve” - On Halloween, Clifford receives a visit at the AIDS hospice from the psychic Madame Isadora, who channels his pain. Meanwhile, across town, lovers Montgomery and Alfonso perform their own dance of death. - “Blight” - In the ruins of a once-great country, the Pale Man wanders alone, watched over by the malicious spirits of the soldiers he sent to their deaths – male and female, men, women, teenagers and children, all of a different color than his own. The Swarthy Man who the Pale Man thought he’d killed appears to him on the blasted landscape and a final showdown begins. Additional sample scenes, monologues, photos and other production information can be found at www.matthewaeverett.com< Less
Medea & Jason: Rubicon Waltz By Matthew Everett
eBook (PDF): $4.00
Download immediately.
Medea tells her sons the tale of an epic love story gone horribly wrong – how the young adventurer Jason met the princess Medea, how the boys’ mother met their father. Medea conjures the... More > other players in the tale, unfolding the origin of the Golden Fleece, and the quest of Jason and the Argonauts. But truth is a slippery thing – depending on the person telling the story, and the reasons they’re telling it. The messier the story gets, the more variations which appear. Throughout, the goddesses and gods of legend meddle in affairs of the human heart. Medea betrayed her father and her country in order to help Jason obtain the Golden Fleece. She helped murder her own brother to aid their escape. Before it was all over, a giant, two kings, and a princess, among others, were dead. And depending on which version you believe, Medea’s sons die as well. But who kills them, and why?< Less
Leave By Matthew Everett
eBook (PDF): $4.50
Download immediately.
Seth is a young Marine serving during wartime. Nicholas is his civilian husband who waits back home. In addition to the strain on their relationship caused by distance and absence, they must hide... More > their love for one another behind code words and secret identities because of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy barring gays and lesbians from serving openly in the United States military. Temptations also weaken their resolve. Jonas, another young gay Marine in Seth’s unit just coming to terms with his identity, forms an intense bond with Seth overseas. Tyson, a former Army soldier, now works alongside Nicholas. When Seth returns home for leave with Jonas at his side, and post-traumatic stress following him from the battlefield, old relationships are tested, and new ones bloom. In the end, the realities of war call on one man to make the ultimate sacrifice. Additional sample scenes, monologues, photos and other production information can be found at www.matthewaeverett.com< Less
Short Plays Volume 2 By Matthew Everett
eBook (PDF): $4.00
Download immediately.
Included in this volume - the Dandelion Snow cycle of short plays (Dandelion Snow, Across Their River, Extra Cheese, & Tools) - When Dana and Ash, two high school sweethearts now in their... More > thirties, meet again in the ruins of their old elementary school, the undertow of old emotional ties threatens to undo their current relationships with others - and the Thirst Collection (Invisible, Head Above Water, Dents, Template, & Head Above Water version 1.0) - Thirst is a series of rotating short plays written in short order as a collaborative exercise between writers and actors to stretch their creative muscles and get some live theater on its feet in front of a live audience that's game for anything - all taking place in a restaurant/bar where the audience has gathered to eat, drink and be entertained without a stage or fourth wall to speak of - thirsttheater.com - Additional sample scenes, monologues, photos and other production information can be found at www.matthewaeverett.com< Less