Storage Locker

“Whatever it was, it changed his life. One storage unit changed his life forever.”

Written by Jeff Stolzer

Directed by Alice Spivak


  • Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 7:00pm

Language: English

Location: IATI Theater (64 E. 4th St. NYC 10003)

Website: FaceBook Event


MAN and WOMAN, a married couple, have won the bidding on an abandoned storage locker, hoping to find something so valuable inside that it will land them on easy street. As they begin to go through the unit's contents, they're interrupted by OLDER MAN, a sickly septuagenarian who tries to purchase the locker from them, employing a variety of tactics to get his way. OLDER MAN ultimately reveals a personal connection to the locker but is still rebuffed by MAN and WOMAN, who discover something secreted away in the back of the unit that will indeed change their lives forever.

About the Playwright:

Jeff Stolzer’s full-length plays include SURVIVORS (Arts Club of Washington National Playwriting Award; O’Neill Playwriting Conference semifinalist; Princess Grace Award semifinalist), UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT (Finalist, Woodward/Newman Drama Award; Last Frontier Theater Conference; Blank Theatre Living Room Series); STORAGE LOCKER (Robert J. Pickering Award finalist/third place; Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte nuVoices Festival semifinalist); and THE TRIALS OF MOLLY GREEN (Lionheart Theatre Make the House Roar Prize semifinalist; Ohio State Newark New Play Contest honorable mention). His short play EMERGENCY ROOM received the 2012 Upstage Playwright Award from Upstage Theatre in Houston, Texas.


Jonathan T. Patton
Dana Segal
Gordon Silva

Access to the Reading:

$5 suggested donation–the wine is on us.