Official Website of Playwright and Novelist

Peter Anthony Fields


"Three scenarios with a beautiful bridge that connects the story line through a rollercoaster ride that runs a shared gamut of secrets, fears and human emotions. Fast-paced tension that delivers! Produce!" --Vivian Lermond

"What I like about this play is the way it manages three different stories, each with their own arc and distinctive characters. The conflict is clear, and we switch constantly between them, keeping our interest and keeping things fresh." --Ross Tedford Kendall

Now published by Lazy Bee Scripts. Click on the link to read the play online and purchase if you want to produce.


The Parking Lot by Peter Anthony Fields.  One-act drama set in three cars in a shopping mall parking lot. Read the complete script on the Lazy Bee Scripts web site.

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Award Winner in the Performing Arts: Film, Theater, Dance, Music category of the 2020 Best Book Awards sponsored by American Book Fest

Interested in Reading or Producing one or more of my plays? 
Click Here to Visit my New Play Exchange (NPX) web page!


"See, invisible" to be performed at the 2022 CBTF

"See, Invisible" has been selected as one of six plays to be performed at the 10th Annual Columbus Black Theatre Festival, held in Columbus, OH in July 2022.  Click Here for More Information.

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Evonne Fields-Gould, has won a Silver Davey Award for her writing and performance [audio of her performance recorded at the Seneca Falls 2018 Bicentennial Dialogues] in the video presentation of her monologue, CAN THERE BE JUSTICE FOR TJ?


Director Courtney Megan Kennell, actors Sal Rendino and Ivory Mazur, producer/artistic director Richard Zenk of Equality Productions of Cincinnati, and I (as playwright) have won Silver Davey Awards for our work on the short Zoom/stage play, YOU PEOPLE.


And actor Ryan Gregory Thurman, artistic director Richard Zenk, and I (as playwright) have won Gold Davey Awards for our work on ANOTHER KIND OF CANCER.


Congratulations to All!!!

The Short Stage Play,
MONSTER, Has Been Adapted
Into a Short Film Entitled,
Directed by Bryan Reeves

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN is a short motion picture filmed in Cleveland


Click Here to View the Short Film

Story Line:

After a horrific school shooting occurs in a small Midwestern town, April, a Protestant minister, and Derek, her troubled adult son, grapple over what to do with the perpetrator whom Derek has abducted and brought to April's home.


Who's Who?

Directed, produced and co-screenplay by Bryan Reeves, based on a short stage play by co-screenplay and producer Peter Anthony Fields, SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN features actors Jean Zarzour (SAG-AFTRA, AEA), Tony Bellow, and Bryan Gildone. Director of Photography is Chris Leszkowicz. Film Editing by Jon Lefkovitz. Music by Tim Tell.

** Strong themes are explored in this film with unexpected violence and strong language; viewer discretion is advised



Peter Anthony Fields was invited to be a special guest, via Zoom, of the London Drama Book Club on Sunday, August 16, 2020.  To view the recording of the event, click the link below:  

Link to the Recording of the London Drama Book Club on Sunday, August 16, 2020

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