Lenny is the writer/director of such plays as Buster Keaton: Fade To Black, Fidelity, The Wire Game and many others. He will be directing a play of his, Accidental Incest: Someone For Everyone at the Planet Connections Festivity at the 45 Bleecker St Theatres in June. Lenny is also the screenwriter of Scorpio Films Releasing upcoming film Murder University(July 2012) as well as their next feature, Normal, going into production in August, He is also a writer on Breaking Branches Pictures Rhodyopolis. Lenny's next play, The Brothers Marx will be produced in the fall in RI. Lenny has won numerous Motif Magazine awards for playwriting and has been nomianted for many others.
Lenny lives in North Scituate RI.
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Plays by Lenny Schwartz on Indie Theater Now
ACCIDENTAL INCEST: SOMEONE FOR EVERYONE
A sick and disturbing comedy about two people who find romance in this crazy world. The problem is that they are indeed brother and sister! So they are left with a question: Be miserable or be with the one person who truly gets who you are.
A dark play about fame and the price people pay to achieve that.
A bio play about famous comedienne Lucille Ball.
A one-act play all done in real time about conspiracies.
A surreal drama about holding onto one's identity during the onset of illness.
THE BROTHERS MARX
A play about the famous Marx Brothers...As told by the famous Marx Brothers!
THE MAN WHO SAW SNOOPY
A bio play about the creator of the comic strip "Peanuts," Charles Schulz.
THE SIX MONTH CURE
Kate, a woman with cancer falls in love with Mandy while on the road to the world’s biggest Comic book Convention.
More About Lenny Schwartz
Meet the Playwright: Lenny Schwartz [June 7, 2012]
Martin Denton interviews Lenny Schwartz.
"THE MAN WHO SAW SNOOPY" by Lenny Schwartz [November 6, 2014]
The theme of this interview is "Play Development".
"Lucy" a play written and directed by Lenny Schwartz
2014 Planet Connections Theatre Festivity [June 6, 2014]
The theme of this interview is "Writing About Real People and Historical Events".