Ron Micci

Ron Micci

Screenwriter, Playwright and Author

Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey

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March 2020
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About Ron

FEB. 2023 NOTE: My humorous first-person fictional piece "My Redacted Life" was just published in Issue No. 13 of the Fleas on the Dog online magazine, with editorial commentary, which see. Also, you can freely sample a ton of my writings on the Booksie website.
Once a highly regarded editor and proofreader for such legendary New York ad shops at J. Walter Thompson, Bates USA, and Rosenfeld, Sirowitz & Lawson, and an editor with CBS Publications-Field & Stream, Ron Micci now gads about as a roguish but mild-mannered suburban flautist, playwright, screenwriter and novelist.
His plays have been performed at First Stage in LA, and in New York at the Kraine Theatre, Theatre-Studio, Producers Club, Time Square Arts Center, Riant Theatre, as well as in conjunction with the New York Int'l Independent Film & Video Festival and the Turnip Theatre Company's 15-Minute Play Festival.
They have also been presented in New Jersey at the Darress Theater, 1860 House (Montgomery Cultural Center), Lawrenceville Library, as well as in the main branch of the Canton, Ohio public library.
Sappho's Kiss was staged in Manhattan by the AlphaNYC Theater Company in the Time Square Arts Center as part of "Skirtz," an evening of one-act plays, in February 2017.
Acting editions of his grammar farce/crime drama Night and the Proofreader, and his soliloquy Addie & Me are available from Brooklyn Publishers (). Addie is also available from Heuer Publishing.
Three satirical novels, Coyote Horny, Apocalypse on Broadway, and The Bayou Katt Murders are available in both Kindle and paperback format on . A number of his other plays are also available on Amazon, including Biff Bang, American Hero (33 witty, satirical one-act plays and sketches), Moonlight's Little Madness (a Victorian aristocratic werewolf spoof in three acts), The Gill People of Outerborough Queens (a radio farce), and Dark Snow (a collection of poignant soliloquies and duets). The can also be freely sampled on the Booksie website.
He has an avowed passion for flutes, piccolos and detective novels, and an aversion to tubas, brass instruments and things that go bump in the night.

Unique traits: Equally adept at writing sharp, wickedly satirical material and deeply emotional, poetic fare.


  • Queen of Cups

    Queen of Cups Comedy A tarot-reading secretary attempts to guide the failing architectural firm for which she works back to prosperity after it is forced to share office space with a lingerie company whose female head has the hots for her boss.

  • Mooselight Serenade

    Mooselight Serenade Budget: $5M - $10M | Family Comedy Teen brothers crash out of summer school to rescue camp cuties from a monster moose stampede in the wilds of Maine, only to find themselves in the midst of a shooting war.

  • All the Wolves You Were

    All the Wolves You Were Budget: $5M - $10M | Horror Comedy In Victorian England, a wedding between a British aristocrat's son and a mysterious Slobobian princess is thrown into jeopardy the night before the nuptials when the princess reveals she’s a werewolf.

  • Marilise

    Marilise Budget: $100K - $1M | Romance Drama A gentle lesbian love story between two financially strapped sisters turns murderous when they seek the assistance of an older, well-heeled woman, who comes between them romantically, and whose sudden accidental death leads to a revenge killing and murderous climax on the sands of Montauk Point.  

  • Trueblood & Cochise

    Trueblood & Cochise Budget: $0 - $100K | Drama Comedy On the eve of graduation, Harvard Law School buddies use their detective skills, and more than a bit of pluck and humor, to solve a murder involving a drug deal gone bad.

  • Hopefuls!

    Hopefuls! Budget: $0 - $100K | Family Comedy Comedic misadventures of a bunch of aspiring actors in a Hollywood boarding house, run by a retired, elderly British music hall husband and wife dance team.  

  • Shark Watch

    Shark Watch Budget: $0 - $100K | Crime Drama A Mafia wiseguy is sent to make a drug buy on the Jersey Shore, where a gypsy fortune teller acts as the middleman, but he is double-crossed by another hood posing as a fed.

  • The Axeman Cometh (aka: Slaughterfest One, Summer Break)

    The Axeman Cometh (aka: Slaughterfest One, Summer Break) Budget: $100K - $1M | Thriller Horror A giant, ax-wielding Swede with a brain the size of a pea, acting as tour guide, terrorizes a group of eight high-schoolers on a chaperoned summer camping trip in Vermont.

  • Dark Snow

    Dark Snow Budget: $0 - $100K | Drama A sexually repressed woman in her 30s overcomes her inhibitions when she meets a man at an office Christmas party, then races north to her maiden aunt's cabin in the woods to share the joyous news, only to encounter bitterness and jealousy and a poignant parting of the ways.

  • High Concept Harry

    High Concept Harry Budget: $0 - $100K | Romance Drama Legendary cigar-puffing Hollywood wheeler-dealer talent agent Harry Fleck, the original high concept man himself, gets in hot water when his wife intercepts a love letter from his young development executive girlfriend.

  • Herman

    Herman Budget: $0 - $100K The comedic exploits of a no-account, unemployed, gluttonous, fatso mama’s boy in a Queens diner, trapped between a flirtatious waitress and a possessive mother.

  • Marilise (short)

    Marilise (short) Romance Drama Financially strapped lesbian sisters in the Hamptons seek the aid of a well-heeled older woman, who comes between them romantically, leading to a tragic accident causing her death.


  • Marilise – Honorable Mention, Best New Film, 2012 New York Writers Summit, Paulini/Howell Production

  • Hopefuls – Honorable Mention, Best New Scripted Television Series, 2012 New York Writers Summit


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