Ron Micci

Ron Micci

Screenwriter, Playwright and Author

Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey

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March 2020
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About Ron

A former consumer magazine editor, medical copy editor, and proofreader for a number of New York advertising agencies, including J. Walter Thompson (JWT) and Bates USA, Ron Micci is the author of numerous plays, novels, screenplays, and sitcom scripts.
His plays have been presented at First Stage in LA and in New York at the Kraine Theatre, Theatre-Studio, Producers Club, Riant Theater, as well as in conjunction with the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival and the Turnip Theatre Company's 15-Minute Play Festival. They have also been staged in New Jersey at the Darress Theater, the 1860 House (Montgomery Cultural Center), Lawrenceville Library, as well as in the main branch of the Canton, Ohio public library.
Sappho’s Kiss was performed at the Times Square Art Center in February 2017.
Acting editions of his one-act plays, Addie & Me and Night and the Proofreader, are available from Brooklyn Publishers () and Heuer Publishing. (Addie was a silver medal winner in the 2004 Wisconsin state high school forensics finals.)
Three satirical novels (Coyote Horny, Apocalypse on Broadway, The Bayou Katt Murders) and a number of plays and screenplays (Collected Screenplays) are available on in Kindle as well as in paperback format. Ebook versions are also available via Google Play Books, Apple iBooks, Nook, and a number of other websites. (See also Booksie website and StoryGo.)
A jazz and classical flutist, he doesn’t wear suspenders, has never sung backup for the Shirelles, and professes an aversion to things that go bump in the night. Well, some things.

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


  • 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 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.

  • Shark Watch

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

  • Queen of Cups

    Queen of Cups Comedy A tarot-reading young secretary plays Queen Mother to her boss after their architectural firm is forced to downsize and merge headquarters with a lingerie company.  

  • Trueblood & Cochise

    Trueblood & Cochise Budget: $0 - $100K | Drama Comedy On the eve of graduation, Native American 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, and decide to throw in together in practice and get the last laugh on the white man.

  • Mooselight Serenade

    Mooselight Serenade Budget: $5M - $10M | Family Comedy Family friendly comedy with ne'er-do-well teen brothers crashing 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 between the local militia and the antlered marauders.

  • All the Wolves You Were

    All the Wolves You Were Budget: $5M - $10M | Horror Comedy "Do you take this werewolf -- I mean woman -- to be your lawful wedded wife?"  "I -- I -- I -- ulp! -- do."  In Victorian England, a wedding between a British aristocrat's son and a mysterious Romanian princess is thrown in jeopardy the night before the nuptials.  A very droll, witty werewolf farce (aka "All the Wolves You Were") adapted from my stage play.

  • 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.

  • 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 to Vermont. As the body count rises, the local cops are no match for the lunatic, and the kids are forced to take matters into their own hands.

  • 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.

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