|Welcome to JudithOffer.com,
the Internet home of Oakland, California, playwright and poet, Judith
Offer. With eighteen plays produced, as well as five
books of poetry and two play-based educational workbooks, Judith has
captured an audience of loyal fans. We hope you will use this
website to find Judith's current work, as well as to catch up on her
prior productions and publications.
Please join the Dramatists Guild
for a free evening of two one-act play readings
Monday, July 1st at 7pm
533 Sutter Street, 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA
GEORGE AND MARTHA RENEW THEIR VOWS
written and directed by David Wilcox
featuring Alan Cunningham and Gail Wetherbee
CAT IN A CELL
Written and directed by Judith Offer
featuring Elisha Butler and Joy Breed
George and Martha Renew Their Vows
Martha’s father, the president of the college where George is employed as an instructor, has urged his married faculty to register for a marriage enhancement retreat. He has put special pressure on George and Martha to participate. Reluctantly they do so. Oh, oh!
A published writer of short stories and poetry, David Wilcox has written for the stage Latent Image (a finalist in the Contra Costa Times’ new–play competition in 2007), The Real Inspector Hound Kisses the Spider Woman (community production), “Snowfall” (school production) “The Joggers” (church production), “Noah Screws It” (10-minute) The Battle of Jericho, “Getting It Off in Ought Eight” (fund-raiser for AAUW and selected for the 2013 Between Us One-act Play Festival in New York), Murder, She Said (community production), “Reigning Cats and Dogs” (10-minute), “The Code” (10-minute), “Evolution” (10-minute), “The Devil His Due” (one-act) and “Badly Ends” (10-minute).
Cat in a Cell
A chance meeting of an Oakland A's center fielder and an Oakland Tech High School English teacher leads them to new inner spaces.
JUDITH S. OFFER
Judith Offer has had eighteen plays produced in various community theatres in the San Francisco Bay Area: three full-length musicals and three children’s musicals (libretti; composers write the scores); eight one-acts; three full-length non-musicals. The most recent, COMPARED TO WHAT?, is a full-length work about the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, produced at the MIRA Theatre in Vallejo, California in July 2011 and independently in a church hall in Oakland in 2013. Google “Compared to What?—Facebook for details.