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Never No More

 (1f, 1m)

A hastily set-up Zoom date takes an unexpected turn to a place of Dionysian magic.

 

Can be performed live or over Zoom.

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One is the Road

 (1m)

Heideman Award Finalist!

Nominee, Best Short Script, NYIT Awards

“Entertaining and unique storytelling”  - Sydney Arts Guide

 

"Pensive and incisive"  - Martin Denton, nytheatre.com

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Carnality

(1f, 1m)

Heideman Award Finalist!

Published by Smith & Kraus

 

When your head wants one thing and the rest of you wants something else.

A Doctor's Visit

 A Doctor's Visit

(2m)

Winner of the Samuel French One Act Festival

 

During the Crusades, a sick King Richard the Lionhearted is visited by Sultan Saladin's personal physician, the Jewish sage Moses Maimonides. A different era's view of Christianity, Islam and Judaism.  This recounting of the tale, one often used to illustrate the peaceful relationship between Islam and Jew, points to a sober lesson: the faith that nourishes and sustains us also drives us to war, and we have still not found a way to have one without the other. 

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Grandmother's House

(2f)

Renee pays Rose an unannounced visit. A new spin on Red Riding Hood, where granddaughter is the Wolf.

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SYATP

(1f)

A monologue inspired by the shooting at Wedgwood Baptist Church, September 1999. Written for Code Red Playwrights: Enough / Volume #4

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The Bloomingdale Road 

(1f, 2m)

A love letter to real estate, urban growth and those who follow such things.

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The Slightly Exaggerated
True Story of "Civic Virtue"

(2f, 3m)

The marble sculpture "Civic Virtue Triumphant Over Unrighteousness" caused an uproar before it was even installed outside City Hall in New York City, in 1922. This uproar lasted for over 90 years. It is here presented for your viewing pleasure in about 20 minutes.  This script was commissioned by the Lennie Pierro Memorial Arts Foundation, and it resonates with current debates about Confederate monuments and the relationship between public art and the public.