ALL MY LOVE, KATE
For years, Jack and Danny have lived quietly and privately, keeping their life together separate from the world outside their door. But after the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, the couple finds themselves separated by an ocean, a War, and a world that would rather pretend they didn’t exist. A love story told across miles, memories, and dreams, ALL MY LOVE, KATE examines what it truly means to be an American, and a Patriot, and questions who has the right to define those words.
*Winner of 4 Fresh Fruit Awards:
Outstanding Performance in a Lead Role
Outstanding Performance in a Feat. Role
THE HANDS THAT HOLD US
The only thing ever expected of Alice was survival-- and after two bouts of cancer she seems to have mastered the trick. But now, as she stares down the barrel of her thirtieth birthday with a third diagnosis, Alice decides it will be her last. While her stunned family struggles to come to terms with her decision to forgo medical treatment, Alice grapples with the realization that a legacy is not only what you've done, but who you've left behind.
*2016 Princess Grace Awards Playwriting Fellowship finalist
OR FOREVER HOLD YOUR PEACE
Vivian is getting married; her dream come true. The only problem? The one that got away. A short play about the things we sacrifice, and the justifications we make, to get what we think we want.
THE PUMPKIN PATCH
A young boy and his sister wait for a holiday visitor that will never come, and a childhood they’ve never known, in this short play that takes a modern and grown-up look at the latchkey world created by cartoonist, Charles Schulz.
*2019 Act One: One Act Short Play Festival finalist
Two teens in 1959, both buckling under the weight of social expectations, find themselves unlikely confidantes when they run away from their respective summer camps.
WRITER. WINO. BAGEL EATER.
An evening of short work, examining themes such as: the influence of Hollywood on our love lives; the double standards, and joint pressures, of gender expectations; and the long lasting scars we all carry, thanks to parental misfires. Includes "The Island" and "The Pumpkin Patch."