Rachel Bublitz

Rachel Bublitz is an award winning and internationally produced playwright. Her full-length play “Cheerleaders VS. Aliens” was commissioned and produced by the Egyptian Youtheatre in Park City, Utah. Other published theater for young audiences works include “Clever Catherine” and “No Talking Allowed.” Rachel was awarded the June Anne Baker Prize from PlayGround, which honors the top female playwright in the Bay Area annually. Her play “Ripped” won the Detroit New Works Festival and was a finalist for for ATHE’s Excellence In Playwriting Award. Her ten-minute play “Really Adult” was a finalist for the Actors Theatre of Louisville’s Heideman Award. Rachel has also worked with San Francisco Playhouse, 20% Theatre Company Chicago, This Is Water Theatre, Custom Made Theatre Company, Salt Lake Acting Company, the Wyoming Theater Festival, and Plan-B Theatre. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America and has a Masters in English and a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. When she isn’t writing, she’s chasing after her two viking-like kids.

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  Much Ado About Mathletes

Comedy by Rachel Bublitz

22 pages

2 m, 6 w

High school senior Kimberly is the founder and president of the school’s undefeated all-girl math team. She expects nothing but the best from her mathletes, especially since it’s her senior year and her last opportunity to compete and secure her legacy. Unfortunately, things don’t always go as planned. One of their members is suddenly forced to sit out the rest of the season, so their first alternate — Monica H. — must step up and compete even though she longs desperately to join the drama club instead. A possible solution presents itself when Mr. Roberts tri...