writing

typewriterplays:

Canon in D Minor

After her best friend takes her own life, seventeen-year old Beth searches for a way to forgive herself within the music that held them together.  The violin sings tenderly to a friendship that once was. You can’t play a canon alone.

3 W, One Act

*Selected for the Encore Series, New York International Fringe Festival
(Performed at the La MaMa Theater and the Soho Playhouse, NY)
*Selected to perform as part of Toronto’s Summerworks Theatre Festival
*Top five artists to watch, Lynn Slotkin CBC Radio Drama
*J.W Saxton Prize in Playwriting

Girl Before a Mirror

Nora’s obsessive relationship with her own reflection grows to such an intensity, that one day the reflection steps out of the mirror and into Norah’s life, shattering the image that she had worked so hard to create.

4 W, 1 M, One Act

In and Out of the Lines of Symmetry

Two elderly men walk down a narrow line and question the last minutes of their lives.

2 M, Short

This Heart

(In progress)

television scripts:

Under the direction of writers David Flaherty and John Hemphill, Jessica Liadsky is a graduate of Humber College’s School of Creative and Performing Arts, with a diploma in Comic Scriptwriting.

Scripts upon request.

short stories:

To a Memory

[Published in What If magazine, K.H &A. Printing, Guelph, Ontario. Mar/Apr. Vol.2, Issue 1]

The Mouseterious Adventures of Marv and Glen

When detective Marv Mousekiteer moves into apartment #376, he strikes up an unlikely friendship with the rhyming resident cat, Glen. Together they solve their  most puzzling case yet.