One-Act plays by EM Lewis have been featured in festivals and at theaters across the country. “The Incident Report,” was a finalist in the Samuel French Off-Off-Broadway Short Play Festival. “Talking to Westfield” was commissioned by Premiere Stages in New Jersey for their first annual “Liberty Live” celebration of American history. “The Half-Wife Variations” had a reading at the Last Frontier Theater Conference in Alaska. “The War Museum” and “I, Human” were written for Flux Theater Ensemble’s “Four-Play” events in New York City. And “Back to the Dollhouse” was adapted for a theater group in Virginia, and performed in London.
- Back to the Doll House (adaptation) – (large, variable cast) A wedding brings back family memories for two sisters, who must wrestle with the past if they are to find their future.
- Friends, You Drank Some Darkness – (1W/2M) A military officer interviews two hostages in the wake of their release.
- The Half-Wife Variations – (2M/1W) One table. Two chairs. Three actors. Five variation on marital… something.
- I, Human – (4 actors) The rebellion begins with two robots and their creator. Can they change the course of history? (Science fiction!)
- The Incident Report – (3 actors) When someone is killed onboard a plane, Connor must find out who is responsible.
- Seismology – (6M/2W) A play about the war. Yeah, that one.
- Talking to Westfield (commission) – (3M/1F) The history of Westfield, New Jersey comes to life during Trevor’s visit to the museum with his dad.
- The War Museum – (4 actors) Two young homeworlders visit the War Museum. Exhibit, begin. (Science fiction!)