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  Constance Alexander was a founding member and artistic director of the West Kentucky Playwrights Festival for fifteen years. In that time, she conducted writing workshops for aspiring playwrights of all ages and experience levels, and wrote fifteen plays. Besides being featured at the Festival, her plays have been produced on university campuses, at community theatres, and professional Equity companies in New York, at Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival, and in Uruguay at the Montevideo Players Society. Last Call and The Way Home have been published in anthologies.

 
  Last Call
In the days after 9/11, a young mother, struggling with the aftermath of the tragedy, discovers about her husband’s last phone call that day

 
  The Way Home
A spoken opera, The Way Home tells the interwoven stories of two women fighting cancer, one of them an artist who cannot afford health insurance. The piece has been performed around the country with no royalties to the playwright as long as productions are used to raise funds for causes like hospice, women’s health, breast cancer, etc.
 
  The Pain of Roast Pork
On the hottest day of summer in the era before air conditioning, the children of the Weaver family experience a family crisis, but each one is so embroiled in keeping their own secrets, that it is only the youngest of the bunch who knows the truth and is willing to tell it.
 
  Pinstripe Suite
It is 1984, and middle manager Hal Fulmer has been downsized from a Fortune 500 company, BlanCorp. Although he has just completed his last day on the job, he agrees to do a favor for his boss, Frank Gleason, and ends up spending the next twelve hours in Frank’s cushy executive office suite, waiting.

 
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