Stevie Stern
Los Angeles, CA
Biography

October 2017 - honored by a stellar cast who joined in my readers theatre piece "The Two Glennis Fish-Adams," a fundraiser for UCLA Breast Cancer research and the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble as part of Breast Cancer Awareness month.

June 2017 - "The Baby Shower" performed as part of EST/LA's One Act Festival.

March 2017 - "The Baby Shower" premieres at the Two Cents Theatre Inkfest, a celebration of women playwrights.

July 2016 -  my 10 minute play "David Hockney's Couch" had its premiere at the EST/LA's One Act Festival.

My full length play "The Autopsy of Honeybees" placed second in the Earth Matters On Stage playwrighting competition and had a staged reading at the EMOS convention.

I was a staff writer for TV’s “Melrose Place.”  My freelance work includes scripts for soap operas and animation.  I was an Associate Producer/Writer on the reality series “World’s Wildest Police Videos,” and then as Story Editor for a five year stint on a nighttime cable soap opera.  My reader’s theatre piece “The Two Glennis Fish-Adams” was performed in Tacoma, WA, and then I reformatted this piece into short story form, which I was invited to read as part of the literary series at the Los Angeles Public Library.  I am a member of the Playwrights Unit of Ensemble Studio Theatre-LA.

Plays

by Stevie Stern

When four friends reunite, conflicts - both past and present - become the main course.

 

Cast:
4 Females, ages 50-60
by Stevie Stern

A woman is obsessed with Colony Collapse Disorder (the real phenomena of the disappearance of honey bees from their hives) even as her own life is going down the tubes.  A comedy.

Cast:
6 women; 4 men
by Stevie Stern

An artist tries to seduce a woman by showing her his prize possession:  a couch once owned by David Hockney.  A ten-minute play.

Cast:
1 man; 1 woman

Successes

Premiere of my 10-minute play "David Hockney's Couch" at Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA's One Act Festival.

The Autopsy of Honey Bees - 2nd place 2015 New Play Contest, Earth Matters On Stage new play festival & symposium