VIDEOS

Monologues-on-film
Bittersweet moments in the lives of a diverse grouping of original characters — written and filmed as if they were clips from full-length, award-winning feature films.
Written and performed by Nora Woolley
Directed by George Woolley

PLAYS

HIP
A multi-character solo play set in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 2001. There is a palpable sense of possibility across the East River, and no better time to become famous.  As Wythe becomes convinced that The Strokes stole his music, his need for recognition mirrors that of the people in his adopted gentrifying neighborhood. 
Written and performed by Nora Woolley
Directed by Raquel Cion
Produced by IRT Theater
*Double Nominee New York Innovative Theater Awards, Outstanding Short Script and Outstanding Solo Performance
*New York Times and ShowBusiness Weekly picks

Strays

Terry, a stripper turned pet detective, grapples with a secretive past as she struggles to solve a cloying mystery. With two actors playing the same characters, the show explores the metaphors of self-reflection, mirroring, and the slippery nature of identity while challenging the genre of solo performance
Co-written and performed by Kim Katzberg and Nora Woolley

Directed and co-written by Raquel Cion
Produced by The Brick Theater
*Recipient of New York Innovative Theater Award, Outstanding Short Script
*Published Best American Short Plays, 2015-16, Applause Books
Sons
Inspired by Constance from King John, a self-assured “progressive” Mom must re-examine her politics and sense of morality when her artist son goes missing.
Written and performed by Nora Woolley
Directed by Raquel Cion
Produced by Ars Nova Showgasm hosted by John Early

Selling Splitsville
Divorce is fun.  At least it is when you have the right accessories.  Join Kath and Cheryl Marissa, two hosts of TV’s Instant Shopping Now! as they sell sell sell items from their favorite company, Splitsville: Speciality Products for Divorced Families. Go from denial to acceptance in three easy installments of $19.99.
Co-written and performed by Nora Woolley and Christine Witmer Powers
Directed by Raquel Cion
Produced by PS 122 underground zero Series and Boston Women in Comedy Festival

Are We There Yet?
A darkly comedic physical exploration of NYC subway etiquette post 9/11, performed with a dense soundscape played as one continuous track.
Co-wrtten and performed by Nora Woolley and Christine Witmer Powers
Produced by Singapore International Theater Festival