|Cheaters||The Firecracker Incident||First Person Shooter|
|The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon (one-act)||Game of Tiaras (full-length)||10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse|
|The Audition||Anna and August||Crushed|
|The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza (full-length)||The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza (one-act)||Miss Polly's Institute for Criminally Damaged Young Ladies Puts on a Show|
|The Murderous Mansion of Mr. Uno||Employees Must Wash Hands... Before Murder||The Hamlet Thrill-ma-geddon (one-act)|
|The SeussOdyssey (full-length)||The SeussOdyssey (one-act)||The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon (full-length)|
|The Bold, The Young, and The Murdered||It's not you, it's me||The Tell-Tale Farce|
|That's Not How I Remember It||The Bullying Collection||The Frogs: A Modern Adaptation|
|A Christmas Scarol||Nerdbullies and Other Strange Creatures||The Monologue Show (From Hell) (one-act version)|
|The Monologue Show (From Hell)||The Hamlet Thrill-ma-Geddon (full-length)||Miles and Ellie|
|Nooses Off||Angie!||Juliet and This Guy Romeo|
|Squad Goals||Strong Crazy Ladies||The Refugee Women|
|Scared Silly||The True Meaning of Halloween||Doctor in Wonderland, The|
|Project Murder - The Elimination Challenge, or Murder on the Runway||Norse Mythology Ragnasplosion, The (full-length)||Norse Mythology Ragnasplosion, The (one-act)|
|Breaking the News||10 Ways to Survive the End of the World||Henry, Episode IV: A New Hope|
|Anti-Social||Game of Tiaras (one-act)|
Don Zolidis holds a B.A. in English from Carleton College and an M.F.A. in playwriting from the Actor's Studio Program at the New School University, where he studied under Romulus Linney.
His plays have been seen at numerous theatres around the country, including The Purple Rose Theatre, The Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Bloomington Playwright's Project, The Phoenix Theatre, the Victory Theatre, Stage West, The Williamstown Theatre, and many others.
Don received the Princess Grace Award for playwriting in 2004 after having twice been a finalist. His plays have received two Edgerton New Play awards and multiple NEA grants among other honors. In 2013 his play White Buffalo was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
His plays for young people are among the most-produced in the country and have received more than 7,500 productions, appearing in every state and 51 countries.