Arthur Ziffer has eight publications of Theater Plays. They are as follows:
Two publications of single plays each about the famous mathematician, Isaac Newton, with titles "On the Shoulders of Giants" and "Isaac and Amanda," both published by AuthorHouse (1-800-839-8640). They were co-authored with Herbert Hauptman, the first mathematician to win the Nobel prize (Chemistry, 1985; there is no prize in mathematics).
Two plays in one publication about Countertransference in psychotherapy with titles Countertransference and Retribution, published by Xlibris (1-888-795-4274). Three publications of plays about the famous historic site in Israel, Masada, each published singly, one by iUniverse (1-800-288-4677) with title Masada Revisited, and two published by AuthorHouse (1-800-839-8640), with titles Masada Revisited II and Masada Revisited III.
Finally, there are two publications of plays with titles "One Act Plays" and "Two Act Plays," published by AuthorHouse (1-800-839-8640). Some of the plays contained in these two books are in different publications above with changes in the title and/or the text.
Two of the plays in "One Act Plays" are monologues. Another is a play that can be done by six women and no men. The plays in "Two Act Plays" are in the "Law and Order" format, meaning the first acts focus on police work and the second acts on the courtroom.
As an actor, Arthur Ziffer has performed in an off off Broadway production of Israel Horovitz's play "Line" where he played Arnall. Also he has performed in many Regional theater productions, most notably as Senator Phogbound in "Li'l Abner" and as Harry the Horse in "Guys and Dolls."
As a director, Arthur Ziffer has directed a workshop production of "Extremities" by William Mastrosimone.