Posted May 17th, 2012 by nosidekick

No Sidekick Team Accepted at Chagrin Valley Littler Theater in Ohio with Seismic Shift  – June 2013

When an earthquake hits Washington, D.C., thrgfxee siblings reach for fear, facts and faith as the calamity strikes but what unfolds is as much humor as terror.


Written by Sarah Kellogg and Cynthia Wilcox



Collateral Damage Being Produced by the Source Theatre in Washington D.C.  – June 8 – July 1, 2012

When Joan and Ted sit down with 11-year-old Madeline for some tough talk about divorce, it’s Madeline who turns out to be the adult in the room. This 10-minute play explores the damage that is wreaked on one child as her parents struggle to break up their marriage. The only problem, of course, is that Madeline doesn’t want her parents to break up, and she valiantly makes an argument for them to stay together. Written by Sarah Kellogg and Cynthia Wilcox

Read a review of the Redeeming Demons collection of short plays, including Collateral Damage.


Mrs. Kennedy Doesn’t Do Chores Produced by the Chagrin Valley Little Theater in Ohio – July 2011

Mrs. Kennedy Doesn’t Do Chores illuminates the bittersweet moments we will all experience when facing life’s final mystery—what happens when we die? When Mrs. Reynolds meets Andrew, a youthful visitor, he turns out to be more knowing about her current plight than even she understands. As she packs her home up for a fateful trip, and comes to terms with her son’s emotional needs, Andrew helps her see that it isn’t what we take with us but what we leave behind that matters most.

Written by Sarah Kellogg and Cynthia Wilcox


Authentic Volpi Available at Barnes & Noble

Authentic Volpi is a pocket compendium of family recipes and traditions from Americas premier maker of Italian-style, dry-cured meats. Volpi Foods is a family-owned, global food corporation and America s oldest and most prestigious manufacturer of hand-crafted, authentic Italian meat products. Discover the delicious variety of traditional Italian meat crafted by three generations of accomplished salumieri, and find rare recipes that feature select ingredients and an array of savory spices. Also, encounter the history of a business that began through the efforts of Italian immigrant John Volpi, who emigrated to the American heartland from Milan in 1900, and continues to thrive in the family today.

 Pub 2009; written by Sarah Kellogg, Michael Laukert and Lorenza Pasetti; Edited by Cynthia Wilcox


Mistaken Identity Tours the Film Festival Circuit

Indiana tourists Herbert and Darlene are visiting the nation’s capital when they stumble upon the city’s gay pride fair. After a scuffle with drag queens, they’re arrested and thrown in a crowded police wagon. The motley straight-gay crew humorously discovers that the differences that seem to separate them can just as quickly bring them together.

RT: 21 min; 2006; written and directed by Sarah Kellogg; produced by Deb Griffin, story by Sarah Kellogg and Cynthia Wilcox