For a one-act play titled Prom Tryouts, Rose won the Playwrights Festival at Theatre Bristol in Virginia. It was produced at the theater in May 2012. "The audience laughed in all the right places. The actors and theatre staff were wonderful." Rose said about the play.
Hats, Fats, and Tatts are a trilogy of one-acts that were to be performed either separately or together. These three plays are very enjoyable. In Hats, the storyline revolved around changing times in a department store, and Fats portrays a weight reduction group with music and dance. For Tatts, the storyline involves a young adult contemplating a tattoo and touring a parlor with her grandmother.
Hats was initially produced by the Stage of Life Players at the Johnson City Senior Citizens Center, TN in June 2006.
Faith and Constancy, set in late 16th century Netherlands and England, is about a young German nobleman's daughter who falls in love with an English knight. Her father doesn't feel he is worthy of her family position.
Prom Tryouts portrays a high school Casanova who schedules "tryouts" for his prom date. He is assisted by his longtime friend and next door neighbor who would rather be saving the world than dressing up.
One of Rose's favorite skits is Back to the Beginning. It was produced by Newcomers Club of Johnson City, Tennessee, in June 2006. The play is a spoof on the story of the Garden of Eden. It explores how we could be better off nutritionally.
The Day Before Christmas, a cute skit includes a grouchy shoplifter who is sentenced to read to children in a library. She envisions a jazzy Mrs. Santa Claus and her tap-dancing elves. The Day Before Christmas was initially produced by the Stage of Life Players at the Johnson City Senior Citizens Center, TN in December 2007.
Ripples is the first of Rose's full productions. It depicts the story of a divorcee who determines her choice of whether to move forward emotionally or stay stuck in anger over her past.
Moore with Les and Les is a comedy set in an inefficient Washington, DC agency office. The employees that work in the office stir up quite the chaos.