selected plays

WILMA: A HISTORY PLAY

When school is postponed for a flood, a mother and 12-year-old daughter spend the morning at home, each performing for the other and hiding secret plans for the day ahead.

RUBY THE FREAK IN THE WOODS

A tech whiz is eaten alive by her industry, retreats to the woods and falls in love with a bear. 

BLUE RIDGE

At a church-sponsored halfway house in Southern Appalachia, a progressive high-school teacher with a rage problem attends to everyone's recovery but her own.  

DIDO OF IDAHO

A hard-drinking musicologist competes with a former Miss Idaho for the love of a married English professor. 

Excerpt published in The Best Men's Stage Monologues of 2016 (Smith & Kraus) 

SINGLES IN AGRICULTURE

A South Carolina army widow angles for romance with an Oklahoma fundamentalist at a dating convention for farmers. 

Excerpts published in The Best Women's Stage Monologues of 2016 (Smith & Kraus) 

DIFFERENT ANIMALS

A Lutheran woman agrees to a threesome with her husband and his unbalanced coworker. 

Excerpts published in 2014 best-of anthologies by Smith & Kraus and Applause Theatre & Cinema; series of excerpts published by Little Star

KENNY’S TAVERN (one-act)

A teacher and her principal hash out the terms of their emotional affair on the eve of Election Day 2016.

FRAGOLINA (one-act)

A 1940s Hollywood socialite realizes she’s throwing a fundraiser for a ballroom full of fascists.

NO ONE IS HOME (one-act)

Preparing for a TV appearance, FLDS sister wives open up about their sex lives to Oprah’s production assistants.

Published in Best 10-Minute Plays of 2016 (Smith & Kraus)

[AND MORE]

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