Common Ground, is published by Playscripts, Inc. and has received hundreds of performances in the US and abroad. Selections from this play are published in the Smith and Krause anthologies The Best Scenes of 2005 and The Best Female Monologues of 2005. A selection of this play is also included in Actor’s Choice: Monologues for Teens.
Face Forward: Growing up in Nazi Germany was commissioned by the Institute for Jewish Christian Understanding and is now published by Playscripts, Inc. You can find a monologue from this play anthologized in Actor’s Choice: Monologues for Teens 2.
(Photos by Ken Ek, Larry Levanti, Charlie Ritzo, and Brendon Votipka.)
In the Spring of 2015, Brendon worked with director David Ledoux and student artists to adapt Shakespeare’s The Tempest for McCarter Theatre Center’s Education Program in Princeton, New Jersey. Brendon is currently in development on another play for younger performers called “The Lost Bavarian Folk Tales of Franz Xaver Von Schönwerth.”
Brendon is a member of The Dramatists Guild of America, and served as Young Ambassador for the New Jersey Region from 2014-2016.
I invite you to read several of my plays on the new play exchange, now including
Nathan’s Secret Girlfriend: A Christmas Play (work-shopped at Larry Singer Studios with Snapped Productions in January 2016, staged at Mason Gross School of the Arts with Director Jamie Richards in December 2011).