HOW HIGH THE MOON

Production, Stage One Theatre (New York)
Winner, Stanley Drama Award 2002
Finalist, Pittsburgh New Play Festival
Finalist, Festival of Emerging American Theatre
Finalist, YES Festival of Plays

In Nazi-occupied Warsaw, a youth turns to prostitution to support his family and falls in love with a German soldier. Seventy years later, an American college student risks his life to participate in Gay Pride Day. Both stories, woven together, test the strength of love against crushing odds.

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JOHNNY CASANOVA

Staged reading, Moving Parts, Paris, France
Star-crossed lovers become entangled in the tragic past of an American family.

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CRUITHNE

Staged reading, Innovative Stages, New York
Staged reading, Moving Parts, Paris
Semifinalist, Festival of New American Plays
Semifinalist, Last Frontier Edward Albee Playwriting Award

Both candidates vie to steal an election in this modern-day Greek tragedy.

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NEON BUDDHA

Staged reading, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York
Finalist, Last Frontier Theatre Conference
Finalist, Oberon Theatre Ensemble, New York

Two American soldiers spend an unexpected night together during the Vietnam War which profoundly changes their lives in ways they don’t realize until another chance meeting years later.

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DESTINED FOR FUN

Winner, Writer’s Digest Stage Play Competition
Finalist, Pittsburgh New Play Festival

A middle-aged man’s arrest for drug dealing forces his family to examine their values and relationships.

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