At Let’s Make a Play

We believe everyone is creative

We believe in inclusion

We believe in community and collaboration

We believe in telling stories from different perspectives to awaken and inspire

We are dreamers

We are visionaries

We are seekers

We believe in the arts

We believe in access to theater for all

We believe in the power of your voice

We believe in creative expression

We believe in the process

What is Let’s Make a Play?

Let’s Make a Play hub for makers, dreamers, and the curious. We offer classes and workshops to help you to create your own play. We are passionate about telling stories from different perspectives to awaken and inspire as well as bring joy, healing, and understanding to all audiences. We believe that plays and playmaking should be accessible to all as a way to better connect with one another without judgment. Your voice matters and we can’t wait to show you how to express it through playmaking and play development.

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Let’s Make a Play featured in the Examiner

 

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Reading of Wild Women at WMN Unite

 

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Let’s Make a Play at Yellow Monkey Village

Founder: Let’s Make a Play was created by Serena Norr.

Serena is a playwright, director, and freelance writer who has been writing plays since 2003. Her plays have been performed at the Omaha Fringe Festival, White Plains Performing Arts Center, the New Deal Creative Arts Center, Westchester Collaborative Theater, NYC at the Players Theater, Rogue Theater Festival, and the NYC Short Play Festival, the University of Alabama as well as various productions around the U.S. over Zoom. 

Her monologue “OTHER” was published in Theatre Unbound’s “Bittersweet” Monologue Collection and her short play, “Zoom Like No One is Watching” was published in “UNTITLED COVID SHORT PLAY ANTHOLOGY” by Flower Song Press.

During COVID, 15 of her plays received a Zoom production, such as “The Dividing Demons” performed with Primary Stages, “The Bookstore” performed with Westchester Collaborative Theater, “Zoom Like No One is Watching”  performed with Sister Shakes for the Show Must Go Online Play festival, and B Street Theatre’s New Play Brunch, to name a few productions

Her monologues, “It’s the Michelle Jennings Show,” “Waiting and Wanting, “Mama, Can You Hear Me? “Deep in Night Thoughts,” “Behind the Bars” and “Zoom-A-Ference 2022″ was performed with Vintage Soul Productions. Recently, her short “Secrets & Lies” was a part of The Queans Theatre REPRESENT festival, her full-length “The Demise of Baby Johnson” was showcased through the Dramatists Guild’s DG Footlights Series, “Purdy’s” was a part of the Omaha Fringe Festival, and her plays “Morning Ritual” “Zoom Like No One is Watching” was performed as a part of Rogue Theater Festival.  Additionally, “$5 dollah, $5 dollah” was performed at the Short Play Festival and “The Rainbow Method” was performed with the New Deal Creative Arts Center. 

She is also a member of the Dramatists Guild, Westchester Collaborative Theatre, Cut Edge Collective, and participant in the 2021 Kennedy Center Playwriting Intensive, and Women’s Theatre Festival (WTF) Directing Program.  You learn more about her plays here.