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by Janet S. Tiger

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This page updated April 4, 2012
This website contains work by Janet S. Tiger. 
This page has information about her award-winning one-act -


Great parts for seniors, directors and companies looking for simple three-character plays with a fairly simple sets.  

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Winner- 2010 Script Tease of New Plays - 3rd Place
Set – stage with chairs for the actors
Characters - 3 actors male-
   (1 teens/20s
   2 older)

2 characters in each piece

#1 -  Three monologues merged to form an effective, gripping piece about crime and its effects on different people

CRIME is now published by Lazy Bee Scripts and you may purchase a copy and the rights for productions at this link

#2  - Crime  Coming soon
 For more one-acts by Janet S. Tiger click here
 For more details, click on PRODUCTIONS button at the top of the page

Plays by Janet S. Tiger have been performed throughout the world including United States, Canada, England, Austria and New Zealand.  If your group has performed a play by Janet S. Tiger and would like to have it listed on the PRODUCTIONS page which will include international productions, please e-mail details of the production to

Unusual facts about some of Janet S. Tiger's productions-

1st Reading - UGANDA  at a Scripteasers meeting in....a long time ago.  (See info about the one-act SCRIPTEASE.)

1st production - SCRIPTEASE (one-act) in 1981 was directed by William Virchis

Janet S. Tiger's plays have won awards five times(and one Honorable Mention) in the DFAS National One-Act Playwriting Contest -

THE WAITING ROOM -2nd place 1982
THE AFFIDAVIT - 1st place 1983
BLIND WOMAN'S BLUFF - 3rd place 1984
SAVE A PLACE FOR ME - Honorable Mention 1989
CURSE OF THE DUCHESS-  2nd place 1990
DAY OF ATONEMENT - 2nd Place 2006

The first three prizes were won by Janet Schechter (the 'S' in Janet S. Tiger), the others after she married Stanley Tiger.  Janet traveled to Dubuque, Iowa to watch  the productions in 1982, 1983 and 1984, and made many friends that she still is in touch with today.  For more info on the DFAS Contest, google Dubuque Fine Arts Players One-Act Playwriting Contest.  Janet is going to visit Dubuque in August 2006 to see the premiere of DAY OF ATONEMENT.  For more info on this play, click on DAY OF ATONEMENT button at the top of the page.