THE WORLD OF TOMORROW IS SADLY OUTDATED
Length: Novella (20,000 words)
New York City: The Year is 1889.
New York City: The year is 2089.
In 1889 a group of bold pseudo-scientists discover the "temporal current" and begin to view the distant futures that await the Empire City. In the future, all life as we know it has crumbled, leaving New York City a ghost town with a populous scrabbling to survive underground. In the past it's up to an unlikely group of Victorian heroines and heroes to preserve something of their world to save their future generations. In the future it's up to an unlikely group of future survivors to take a leap of faith; discovering what their ancestors left for them with no more guarantees than love and hope. -- Order from:
Length: Short Story¬†
Part of¬†Tor.Com's 2012 Ghost Week...
One shy, uncannily talented Victorian hair jeweler doesn't know what she's in for when a handsome Scotsman enters her London shop. Neither does he...
(Running Press (US) Constable and Robinson (UK))¬† Edited by Ekaterina Sedia with Foreword by Scott Westerfeld.¬†Features "At Will", a story of a young Shakespearean actress in the 1890s who sets London ablaze with speculation and scandal in a most unique way. (Click here for ToC)¬† --Order from Barnes & Noble
Length: Short Story¬†
Edited by Ellen Datlow¬†& Terri Windling
Features Leanna's "Charged" about a troubled young man's relationship to electricity.
(For ToC click here)
Releases March 2013 from TOR
"Acceptance" - A non-fiction essay.
28¬†award winning, bestselling,¬†established and emerging Romance and Women's Fiction authors from various genres¬†share their real life love stories! Touching, romantic, moving and
amusing, these stories portray the wide range of love and the¬†best part of it all is that¬†all proceeds benefit Women In Need, a New York City based charity helping
women and children amidst life transitions.¬†
Only 2.99!¬†- Buy via Amazon
"AT THE DOORSTEP"
Length: Short Story
CANDLE IN THE ATTIC WINDOW: An Anthology of Gothic Horror, features Leanna's short story "At the Doorstep" -¬†an eerie insight into her Magic Most Foul world of 1880 New York City where black magic holds¬†court¬†with those unfortunate enough to be drawn into the fight of their lives.
-- ORDER from Innsmouth Press¬†
THE STRANGELY BEAUTIFUL TALE OF MISS PERCY PARKER, A New Musical
¬†-Leanna¬†has written the book for¬†this musical ("book" = script)¬†which is currently in the early stages of development with Broadway talents on board. For more information, visit http://strangelybeautifulthemusical.com
Favorite Lady¬†can be found in THE BEST 10 MINUTE PLAYS, 3 or More Actors, 2004, edited by Michael Bigelow Dixon
Favorite Lady was a finalist in the National Ten-Minute Play competition sponsored by the Humana Festival.¬†¬†The play¬†has won regional festival awards¬†and continues to be produced¬†around the country. Favorite Lady was inspired by intense, hot-headed discussions in¬†Leanna's college Art History class.
The Best 10 Minute Plays for 3 or More Actors, 2004 -¬†Available from Amazon
DREAMING OF A WHITE HOUSE
Adapted monologues of this play are available in the AUDITION ARSENAL 101 series. Erin and Dave's monologues can be found in their gender category:
¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†- Women in Their 20s: Available from Amazon.com
¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†- Men in Their 20s: Available from Amazon.com
ATTENTION¬†THEATRE STUDENTS:¬† for those¬†requiring the one-act script of Dreaming of a White House in its entirety, the script¬†is available by contacting¬†Leanna directly via the Contact form on the Contact page of this website.¬†¬†
THE ALICE ADVENTURE: Works of Lewis Carroll
Created, adapted and performed by Leanna Renee Hieber from the work of Lewis Carroll and the diary of Alice Pleasance Liddell.¬† The Alice Adventure,¬†a one-woman¬†step through the looking glass, was produced by and for The Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival.
Created, adapted and performed¬†by Leanna Renee Hieber from Ranier Maria Rilke's Letters to a Young Poet and selected poetry.¬† Yours, Rilke was produced by and for Miami University.
FOR ALL PRODUCTION RIGHTS AND INQUIRIES, please contact Leanna via the Contact page of this website.¬†
Leanna is a very proud member of unions Actors Equity (AEA), the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA).¬†
¬†For Leanna's Theatre, TV and Film credits, Click Here