Selected Full-Length Plays
A story of family, wishes, greed, magic, snow, and department stores. Barry works at All-Mart and lives with this brother, the cop, and secretly desires his brother’s wife, Yvonne. Needless to say, things are not going well for Barry; when suddenly, appearing from the melting snow of winter is a magical Gnome, whose powers transform everyone’s life, but not without consequences.
Premiered at the Barter Theater in Abingdon, VA in Spring of 2015. Directed by Eugene Wolf and featured Nicholas Piper, Justin Tyler Lewis, Carrie Smith Lewis and Hannah Ingram.
Winner of the 2014 Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights
Breakfast For Dinner
A film noir-inspired tale of hidden agendas, corruption and jilted heroism. A brutal murder has taken place. An “average joe” is interrogated by two hard-boiled cops. A mysterious stranger comes into to town, looking for a good meal and a place to take a load-off. An “innocent” victim is found guilty as the seedy world of the internet rears its ugly head.
Premiered at the NYC International Fringe festival in the Summer of 2006. Directed by Joni Weisfeld and featured Ian Pfister, David Nelson, Daryl Brown, Joe Beaudin, Sergei Burbank and Erin Gorski.
Ray's paycheck is wrong, by means of a mis-placed decimal point. Ray sets out to correct this mistake, at any cost. His journey takes him through a maze of red-tape and encounters with the strange victims within the business complex. When he questions Payroll, they send him to Human Resources... who direct him to Accounting... who transfers him to Processing... and they blame it all on THE SYSTEM.
Premiered as part of the Chemical Imbalance Festival in the Summer of 2003 with Co-Founder Productions.